Book Review: Verdi and/or Wagner: Two Men, Two Worlds, Two Centuries by Peter ConradNovember 28, 2011
Perhaps, the best way of approaching Conrad’s book is to regard it primarily as a meditation...
Mark Kozelek: On Tour Film ReviewNovember 17, 2011
Mark Kozelek is the immensely talented lead singer and writer for Sun Kil Moon, and before...
Music Review: New York Philharmonic, “John Williams: A Night at the Movies”November 5, 2011
Judging by the audience’s response, the final item listed on the program was what many had...
Music Review: New York Philharmonic, “Alan Gilbert Conducts Bach, Berg, and Brahms”October 17, 2011
Taking the second violin part, Gilbert, who has previously played in the Philharmonic’s chamber music concerts,...
San Francisco Opera: Heart of a SoldierSeptember 13, 2011
For its world premiere of Heart of a Soldier at San Francisco Opera, the creators chose...
Why Buddha Would Go to Indie Rock ConcertsSeptember 7, 2011
At my 17th birthday dinner at a place that played live music, the host sat...
The Turn of the Screw at Glyndebourne, Live Streamed via The GuardianAugust 22, 2011
Glyndebourne: one of the names in the British calendar. Up there with Wimbledon, Henley and other...
Baloji: Nowhere and EverywhereJuly 21, 2011
“Over there I don’t feel totally Conogolese, and here, I don’t particularly feel Belgian,” says Baloji,...
Turntable.fm Plays Well With OthersJune 29, 2011
When a music playing site catches the eye of the law, you know it has to...
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