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Zachary Woolfe
classical music editor, nytimes
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New York Times Arts Feb 15
Thomas Dausgaard, a busy conductor on the international scene, plugged a gap in his résumé and, at 55, made his debut with the New York Philharmonic on Thursday
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Zachary Woolfe Feb 15
Replying to @AlarmWillSound
Fun! Love the vaguely schizo first movement
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Zachary Woolfe Feb 15
Have YOU ever heard the bass trombone concerto of Ernst Sachse, who played principal trombone at the premiere of Lohengrin?
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New York Times Arts Feb 15
People make pilgrimages to see the Berlin State Opera’s storybook staging of Mozart’s “The Magic Flute.” How to replace it? (Spoiler alert: You don’t.)
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Zachary Woolfe Feb 15
A Troubling Concert: The Week in Classical Music
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Zachary Woolfe Feb 15
City Opera Faces Its Biggest Challenge Since Bankruptcy
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Zachary Woolfe Feb 15
“I’ve heard jokes like these before, and they hurt.” writes more about the sex and race humor Yuja Wang and Igudesman & Joo brought to Carnegie Hall
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Zachary Woolfe Feb 15
Happy birthday John Adams!
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Sony Classical Feb 15
The world premiere recording of 's newly composed cello concerto featuring and the under Salonen’s baton will be released on March 8! Pre-order it now:
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Zachary Woolfe Feb 15
A Bieito Falstaff and Tcherniakov Elektra coming to Hamburg! (And St François!)
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Zachary Woolfe Feb 15
The designs of Berlin’s new MAGIC FLUTE are not to be believed. takes us into the rehearsal room
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composers doing normal shit Feb 14
Leonard Bernstein kissing Lukas Foss.
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Michael Cooper Feb 14
The says it has "successfully mediated" the lawsuit that the flutist Elizabeth Rowe brought accusing the orchestra of paying her less than her male peers because she is a woman. No details released.
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E Vincentelli Feb 14
There was no way to mention all of Huppert's projects so here are two fun ones that didn't make the article: she dubbed Mrs. Felicity Fox (originally Meryl Streep) and Nelson (originally Frances McDormand) in the French versions of “Fantastic Mr. Fox” and “Isle of Dogs.”
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Zachary Woolfe Feb 14
Replying to @zwoolfe
Though this is not half bad
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Zachary Woolfe Feb 14
Renée Fleming turns 60 today!! Her finest moment:
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Zachary Woolfe Feb 14
DANIEL HARDING was a conducting prodigy in Europe. But things never quite clicked in America.
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Zachary Woolfe Feb 13
A rich 19-20 season announced at the 92nd St Y: Takács Bartók cycle, Paul Lewis Diabellis, JACK with Colin Currie, rangy Alexi Kenney recital, Talea doing Hosokawa premiere and George Benjamin’s “Into the Little Hill,” and much else
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Will White Feb 13
My big takeaway from this article is that – in the midst of a very successful career – DH hired a conducting coach. That takes a lot of guts and a lot of humility and it’s something I wish were a regular part of the profession.
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Zachary Woolfe Feb 13
DANIEL HARDING makes another run at the States
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