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Anthony Tommasini
Chief classical music critic for The New York Times. His new book, "The Indispensable Composers: A Personal Guide," is due from Penguin Press on Nov. 6.
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Anthony Tommasini Feb 15
Was Yuja Wang’s Concert Satirical or Offensive? It’s Complicated
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Anthony Tommasini Feb 15
Review: Thomas Dausgaard Should Be a Philharmonic Regular
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Anthony Tommasini Feb 13
Review: ‘Rigoletto’ at the Met Opera Sounds Almost Desperate
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Anthony Tommasini Feb 12
Nancy B. Reich, Scholarly Champion of Clara Schumann, Dies at 94
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Anthony Tommasini Feb 12
I'm relieved to have missed this questionable program
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Anthony Tommasini Feb 10
Review: Trifonov, in Risky Program, Doesn’t Fail to Thrill
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Anthony Tommasini Feb 9
Here's a link to Jared Bowen's latest Open Studio program on WGBH TV, including his talk with me about about my new book
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Anthony Tommasini Feb 8
Review: A Tenor Reaches 18 High C’s at the Metropolitan Opera
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Anthony Tommasini Feb 7
So pleased to talk with Jared Bowen for "Open Studio." Tune in Friday evening on
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Anthony Tommasini Feb 6
Lincoln Center Finds Its Next President at the 92nd Street Y Long-awaited news.
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Anthony Tommasini Feb 6
A Singer for Whom Words Always Came First Here I remember the time I recorded some vocal works by Virgil Thomson with the awesome Sanford Sylvan
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Anthony Tommasini Feb 6
The Philharmonic’s New Season: What Our Critics Want to Hear My colleagues and I single out some enticing programs
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Anthony Tommasini Feb 4
At the Paris Opera, a Biblical Tale Told With Rothko and Children A great report with captivating photos.
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Zachary Woolfe Feb 1
Sanford Sylvan, 1953-2019. A privilege to write this obituary.
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Anthony Tommasini Feb 1
Sanford Sylvan, Baritone Who Created Major Opera Roles, Dies at 65 An elegant obit of a superb artist
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The Juilliard School Jan 31
The Juilliard School mourns the death of beloved voice faculty chair and renowned baritone Sanford Sylvan (1953-2019). We extend our condolences to his family, friends, colleagues, & students. He will be deeply missed by us all.
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Anthony Tommasini Jan 31
Review: Aprile Millo Keeps Opera’s Old-School Flame Alive
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Anthony Tommasini Jan 30
Carnegie Hall’s New Season: Here’s What Our Critics Want to Hear
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Anthony Tommasini Jan 30
Can the Diva Who Once Ruled the Met Make a Comeback?
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Anthony Tommasini Jan 29
Why Do the Oscars Keep Falling for Racial Reconciliation Fantasies?
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