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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 Sep 21
Review: In a Gilded Space, a Choir Reflects on War and Peace
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Anthony Tommasini Sep 21
Retooling the Met Opera’s Problematic ‘Ring’ Machine
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Anthony Tommasini Sep 21
Jaap Takes Charge: The Week in Classical Music. An exceptionally lively round-up, if I do so say.
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Anthony Tommasini Sep 21
My take on the first night of the Jaap van Zweden era at the New York Philharmonic.
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Anthony Tommasini Sep 19
A High-Pressure Countdown for the New York Philharmonic’s New Maestro
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Anthony Tommasini Sep 19
At the Paris Opera, a Celebration 350 Years in the Making
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Anthony Tommasini Sep 19
Megaphones Up, the Philharmonic Opens With Two Young Voices. An excellent preview piece by Josh Barone
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Anthony Tommasini Sep 19
Review: Good Music, but Julia Bullock Makes It Great
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Anthony Tommasini Sep 16
New York Philharmonic Dismisses 2 Players for Unspecified Misconduct
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Anthony Tommasini Sep 14
Calm Before the Season: The Week in Classical Music
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Anthony Tommasini Sep 14
For the First Time, the Met Will Perform Opera on Sundays
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Anthony Tommasini Sep 14
Where Are All the American Orchestra Conductors?
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Anthony Tommasini Sep 14
5 Classical Music Faces to Watch This Season
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Anthony Tommasini Sep 13
Review: ‘There Will Be Blood,’ With a Haunting Live Soundtrack
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Anthony Tommasini Sep 13
A comprehensive and illuminating guide to the coming season of classical music from my colleague Zack Woolfe.
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Anthony Tommasini Sep 11
A First for New York: New Conductors at the Met Opera and Philharmonic
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Anthony Tommasini Sep 10
Tito Capobianco, Assertive Opera Director, Is Dead at 87
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Anthony Tommasini Sep 8
Opera in Film Takes On a New Note in ‘Bel Canto’ (It’s Not Evil)
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Anthony Tommasini Sep 8
Leif Ove Andsnes on Chopin’s Ballades, ‘the Peak of Romantic Piano Music’ A very revealing conversation.
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Anthony Tommasini Sep 8
After Two Hit Operas, a Composer Takes on the Bleak Prairie
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