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Alex Ross: The Rest Is Noise



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



Updated: 2018-02-21T02:11:31-05:00

 



A Martirano moment

2018-02-21T11:48:29-05:00

Salvatore Martirano's hallucinatory anti-war piece L's GA, in which a narrator recites the Gettysburg Address while inhaling nitrous oxide and helium, was given a potent revival tonight at an LA Phil Green Umbrella concert, with the performance artist Ron Athey...



Christophe Rousset and the French Baroque

2018-02-19T07:49:58-05:00

Palace Intrigue. The New Yorker, Feb. 26, 2018.



A Nightafternight playlist

2018-02-18T17:56:34-05:00

Lully, Alceste; Judith Van Wanroij, Edwin Crossley-Mercer, Emiliano Gonzalez Toro, Ambroisine Bré, Douglas Williams, Étienne Bazola, Bénédicte Tauran, Lucía Martín Cartón, Enguerrand de Hys, Christophe Rousset conducting Les Talens Lyriques and the Chamber Choir of Namur (Aparte) Claude Balbastre, Pièces...



Will you be my Alban Berg Valentine?

2018-02-14T18:03:35-05:00

LULU: Although for my sake a man may kill himself or kill others, my value still remains what it was. — Lulu Previously: An Alban Berg Valentine, Another Alban Berg Valentine, Yet Another Alban Berg Valentine, Return of Alban Berg...



LA Phil 2018-19

2018-02-08T01:19:57-05:00

The 2018-19 season announcements for American orchestras have, for the most part, presented a bleakish picture of the state of the art. One index of backward thinking is a lack of female composers. If an orchestra is programming few female...



Inuksuit in Tijuana

2018-01-31T14:59:38-05:00

Making the Wall Disappear, New Yorker website, Jan. 31, 2018.

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Making the Wall Disappear, New Yorker website, Jan. 31, 2018.




Florence Price

2018-01-29T10:14:06-05:00

New World. The New Yorker, Feb. 5, 2018.



Miscellany

2018-01-28T15:23:25-05:00

The second edition of the Co-incidence Festival, an experimental-music gathering in Somerville MA, begins today and continues through Jan. 27. Michael Pisaro was the resident artist last year; he returns, but yields the spotlight to Joachim Eckert, who will stage...



Nightafternight playlist

2018-01-19T23:50:15-05:00

) New releases of interest, in the manner of Steve Smith. — Debussy, The Complete Works (Warner Classics) — George Walker, Symphony No. 5, "Visions"; Ian Hobson conducting the Sinfonia Varsovia (Albany) — Cage, Concert for Piano and Orchestra, Wolff,...



A Helena Tulve moment

2018-01-15T22:17:08-05:00

Und von liehte vinster, for bassoon and string quartet (2012), takes its title from the Middle High German of Meister Eckhart: "On earth, this entrance [to divine nature] is nothing but pure detachment, and when the detachment reaches its climax,...