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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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Review: The Boston Symphony Joins a Crowded Field of Mahler
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Anthony Tommasini Nov 19
Three Varied Visions of Spirituality at the White Light Festival
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Anthony Tommasini Nov 16
When Puccini Came, Saw and Conquered New York City
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Anthony Tommasini Nov 16
At Last, ‘Endgame’ Opens: The Week in Classical Music
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Anthony Tommasini Nov 16
Review: A 92-Year-Old’s ‘Endgame’ Opera Is Patiently Perfect
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Anthony Tommasini Nov 16
Review: A Cast Change Adds Suspense to the Met Opera’s ‘Pearl Fishers’
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Anthony Tommasini Nov 14
My New York Times colleague Ben Brantley joins me tonight at 7:00 at Book Culture (450 Columbus Ave) to discuss my new book "The Indispensable Composers: A Personal Guide."
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Anthony Tommasini Nov 11
I'm happy to say I've got two events in New York this week for my new book: On Tues, Nov. 13 at noon I'll be at the 92nd Street Y; and Wed, Nov.14 at 7:00 I'll be at Book Culture on Columbus Avenue to discuss the book with my Times colleague Ben Brantley.
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Penguin Press Nov 8
Washington, DC: will be at tomorrow! More info here:
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Anthony Tommasini Nov 8
Just a reminder that I'll be at the Free Library of Philadelphia bookstore tonight to discuss my new book "The Indispensable Composers: A Personal Guide," and take questions. Looking forward to it.
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Anthony Tommasini Nov 6
Orchestra That Bridges Mideast Divide Tours a Fractured U.S.
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Anthony Tommasini Nov 6
Review: An Orchestral Season That’s (Almost) Entirely Female
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Anthony Tommasini Nov 6
For many a Puccini debunker, the problem with the enormously popular composer is not just the sappy stories, but the schlocky music. Do not believe it, writes
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Anthony Tommasini Nov 5
Replying to @coopnytimes
One of the joys of working is that I learn so much about what's really going on in the lives of the institutions and artists in classical music, not to mention getting a weekly lesson in what being a great reporter entails. Thanks, Michael.
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Anthony Tommasini Nov 5
I'll be a guest this Monday morning on WNYC radio's "All of It'' show at noon, talking with host Alison Stewart about my new book "The Indispensable Composers: A Personal Guide" (Penguin Press).
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Anthony Tommasini Nov 4
Shadow, and Support, of Government Follows Hungarian Opera
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Anthony Tommasini Nov 2
I'm going to Washington on November 9th to visit the East City Bookshop, where I'll discuss my new book, "The Indispensable Composers: A Personal Guide," and take questions. At 6:30. Can't wait.
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Anthony Tommasini Nov 2
My book "The Indispensable Composers: A Personal Guide," comes out on Tuesday, from Penguin Press. On Nov 8th I'll be at the Free Library of Philadelphia at 7:30 to discuss it and take questions.
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Anthony Tommasini Nov 2
The Case for Greatness in Classical Music Here's an Sunday essay I adapted from my new book, which is being released on Tuesday by Penguin Press.
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Anthony Tommasini Nov 2
Glenn Gould’s Bach Score Surfaces, Scrawls and All
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