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Preview: Alex Ross: The Rest Is Noise

Alex Ross: The Rest Is Noise

Books, articles, and a blog by the music critic of The New Yorker

Updated: 2017-04-19T22:01:15-04:00


A Trevor Bača moment


A Þorkell Sigurbjörnsson moment


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Lou Harrison at 100


To Lou, with Love. The New Yorker, April 24, 2017.

The Shift Festival in DC


Rite of Spring. The New Yorker, April 17, 2017.



New and recent publications of interest. Damon Krukowski, The New Analog: Listening and Reconnecting in a Digital World (The New Press) Pamela M. Potter, Art of Suppression: Confronting the Nazi Past in Histories of the Visual and Performing Arts (University...

Miscellany: Bob Hurwitz, Tony Conrad, etc.


Robert Hurwitz, the longtime head of Nonesuch Records, one of the keenest listeners in the recent history of American music, is celebrated with a concert at BAM on April 1. Bob is an avid amateur pianist, and the concert will...

The future of the LA Phil


A Cultural Comment for the New Yorker website.

Nightafternight playlist


— Linda Catlin Smith, Drifter and other works; Apartment House, Bozzini Quartet (another timbre) — Claus-Steffen Mahnkopf, Hommage à Daniel Libeskind; Ensemble SurPlus (Neos) — Thomas Adès, Asyla, Tevot, Polaris, Brahms; Adès conducting the London Symphony, with Samuel Dale Johnson,...

A Missy Mazzoli moment


Mazzoli's Death Valley Junction, which can also be heard on a New Amsterdam recording by the Jasper Quartet, was written in honor of the remarkable Marta Becket, the diva of Death Valley, who died in January at the age of...

In praise of Ann Goldstein


Today is a heartbreaking day at The New Yorker. Ann Goldstein, the head of our copy-editing department, is leaving the magazine after a quietly glorious forty-three-year career. Copy editing — two words — may sound to outsiders like a job...