2016-10-24T00:19:53-04:00Sound Waves. The New Yorker, Oct. 31, 2016.
2016-10-22T02:03:34-04:00Ingress by Scott Cazan
2016-10-10T01:44:43-04:00Wagner Weekend. The New Yorker, Oct. 17, 2016.
2016-09-26T19:06:35-04:00The LA-based composer-violinist Andrew McIntosh will be the subject of one of Miller Theatre's Pop-Up Concerts tomorrow at 6pm. The fine folk of Yarn/Wire will present two world premieres — Five Songs and We See the Flying Bird — as...
2016-09-24T22:12:55-04:00From a video of Herreweghe's St. Matthew Passion.
2016-09-24T21:19:46-04:00The ninety-six-year-old Roger Angell, whose first vote was for FDR in 1944, says that this election is the most important of his lifetime. There is no reason to doubt him.
2016-09-19T12:55:10-04:00A Wagnerian canvas by the forgotten Fauvist painter Alcide Le Beau (1873-1943).
2016-09-14T22:32:05-04:00New and recent titles of interest. Daniel Bergner, Sing for Your Life: A Story of Race, Music, and Family (Lee Boudreaux) Virgil Thomson, The State of Music & Other Writings, ed. Tim Page (Library of America) Michael Marissen, Bach &...
2016-09-10T21:36:46-04:00Cantos Cautivos is an extraordinary digital archive devoted to music written, sung, and heard in centers for political detention and torture in Chile under the regime of Augusto Pinochet, who seized power on September 11, 1973, with clandestine American support....