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 » 27 March Conducting an Eerie, Political ‘Gospel’
 » 25 March A Met Opera Star is Born: This Week’s 8 Best Classical Music Moments
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 » 23 March Francis Thorne (1922-2017)
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 » 22 March Vlastimir Trajkovic (1924-2017)
 » 22 March Géori Boué (1918-2017)
 » 22 March Anton Nanut (1932-2017)
 » 22 March Mitsuko Uchida at Carnegie Hall Is a Start to a Big Week
 » 22 March Review: Mahan Esfahani, a Harpsichordist With a Chip on His Keyboard
 » 18 March Cloning Yo-Yo Ma: This Week’s 8 Best Classical Moments
 » 17 March where have classical music’s uppercase letters gone?
 » 17 March New Concerto, New Leader: A Big Day at the New York Philharmonic
 » 17 March Classical Music in NYC This Week
 » 15 March International Street Cannibals, Feasting on Schoenberg
 » 15 March A New York Philharmonic Coup: Deborah Borda Is Named the New Leader
 » 14 March Review: Two Concerts Explore Schubert, Before He Took His Leave
 » 14 March Review: The Hazy Mysteries of Love at Lincoln Center
 » 13 March Write Me a Concerto: Yo-Yo Ma and Esa-Pekka Salonen on Their New Work
 » 13 March After Five Years of Bach, Trinity Church Takes On Handel
 » 11 March White-Hot Aria, Engulfing Bass: This Week’s 8 Best Classical Moments
 » 10 March Julia Bullock and Sarah Connolly Offer Enchantments New and Old
 » 10 March Review: John Adams Wrestles the Ghosts of His Musical Fathers
 » 10 March Review: ‘Aging Magician,’ a Fable Complete With Complexities
 » 10 March Classical Music in NYC This Week
 » 9 March Alberto Zedda (1928-2017)
 » 9 March Kurt Moll (1938-2017)
 » 9 March Review: Yannick Nézet-Séguin Offers a Glimpse of the Met Opera’s Future
 » 6 March Pianists Dominate Next Season at the 92nd Street Y
 » 4 March Review: The Boston Symphony’s Radiant Precision
 » 4 March A Sputtering Violin: The 8 Best Classical Music Moments This Week
 » 3 March A Philharmonic Farewell, With Musicians from Nations Trump Sought to Ban
 » 3 March Quaff a Brew and Chill to the Violin With Miranda Cuckson
 » 3 March The Stone, an Influential Music Space, to Move to the New School
 » 3 March Boston-Leipzig Exchange: Andris Nelsons’ Orchestras Collaborate
 » 3 March Review: The New York Philharmonic Plays a Piece Inspired by Night
 » 3 March Classical Music in NYC This Week
 » 3 March Frank Gehry and Daniel Barenboim on Their New Concert Hall in Berlin
 » 2 March March 2017 Newsletter
 » 2 March Rihm wins European Church Music Prize
 » 1 March Anthony Goldstone (1944-2017)
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 » 1 March Antonio Lauzurika wins Premio Reina Sofía
 » 1 March Jórunn Viðar (1918-2017)
 » 1 March New Music From Silence for the New York Philharmonic
 » 1 March Review: London Philharmonic Boldly Reinterprets Mahler and Other Staples
 » 1 March Review: The Vienna Philharmonic Adds New Work, and Women
 » 28 February San Francisco Symphony Replaces Canceled North Carolina Concerts With a Pride Benefit
 » 28 February Chopin Is the Focus of Bard’s Summer Music Festival
 » 28 February Lincoln Center’s 11 Arts Groups in Harmony: Save the N.E.A.
 » 27 February Stanislaw Skrowaczewski (1923-2017)
 » 27 February Stanislaw Skrowaczewski, Conductor Who Fled Poland, Dies at 93
 » 25 February Review: A Look at ‘Léonore’ Before Beethoven, and Others, Got to It
 » 25 February Battle of the Bands: At 175, New York and Vienna Face Off
 » 24 February A Fearless, Ferocious Violinist Takes New York
 » 24 February Breathlessly Spiraling Bach: The 8 Best Classical Music Moments This Week
 » 24 February Classical Music in NYC This Week
 » 23 February Lincoln Center Turns Away Woman Wearing Anti-Trump Sign
 » 23 February A Musical Handshake Spanning Centuries: Venice in New York
 » 22 February Hear How ‘Moonlight’ Got Its Sound: Violins, Chopped and Screwed
 » 22 February Tanglewood Plans New Buildings and More Trees
 » 21 February This Maestro Is Turning 90. He’s Also Conducting Over 90 Concerts This Year.
 » 20 February Looking Back on Haydn’s Legacy at the Chamber Music Society
 » 20 February In the Land of Opera, a Choir for the Tone Deaf
 » 19 February In the Land of Opera, a Choir for the Tone Deaf
 » 18 February Limited to Prewar Music, Bulgarian Station Thrives
 » 18 February A Chord Vanishing Into Eternity: The 8 Best Classical Music Moments This Week
 » 17 February Classical Music in NYC This Week
 » 17 February An Early-Music Ensemble Gives a Handel Opera a Period Punch
 » 16 February Korean composition prize to Andys Skordis
 » 16 February Benjamin Scheuer wins 2017 Busoni Composition Prize
 » 15 February The Vienna Philharmonic Remembers Schubert
 » 13 February Classical Music in NYC This Week
 » 13 February At 100, a Conductor, Like the Music, Keeps Going
 » 13 February Surprise! You’re About to Conduct the New York Philharmonic
 » 13 February A Piano Rang Out Like Gunfire: The 8 Best Classical Music Moments This Week
 » 13 February How Should a Musician Make a Debut? Try Going Low-Key
 » 13 February A Pianist’s Warsaw: ‘Fascination and Pain’
 » 13 February Review: Igor Levit, a Pianist for Polarizing Times
 » 13 February Hindemith Prize for 2017 to Samy Moussa
 » 13 February Trump-et Bias
 » 12 February Gervase de Peyer (1926-2017)
 » 9 February Beethoven’s Insane Beauty, According to a Star Pianist
 » 9 February An Orchestra Triumphs Over Trump’s Travel Ban
 » 9 February Henry-Louis de La Grange, Mahler Authority, Is Dead at 92
 » 8 February New York Philharmonic Announces New Season as It Faces Upheaval
 » 8 February Classical Works From the Winter of Life, at Carnegie Hall
 » 7 February Revisiting ‘The Fairy’s Kiss,’ a Ballet About an Artist’s Destiny
 » 6 February Beethoven Prize to Fazil Say
 » 5 February Miriam Pirazzini (1918-2016)
 » 5 February Bernard Zaslav (1926-2016)
 » 5 February Ealing Music and Film
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 » 5 February love: Handel Festival
 » 5 February Veljo Tormis (1930-2017)
 » 5 February Dore Ashton, Chronicler Of The Abstract Expressionists And So Much More, Has Died At 88
 » 5 February No, British People, European Plays Aren't 'Infecting' Your Precious Theatre
 » 5 February The World Has Gotten Exponentially Scarier, So Take Refuge In Abstract Art
 » 5 February Ten Longform Literary Essays About That Most Unliterary Of Sports, Football
 » 5 February The James Bond Movie Director Who Actually Was A Spy
 » 5 February Streaming Is Really Killing Sony (Or Is It A Few Big Flops?)
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 » 5 February Next Steps For Middle Eastern Theatre In The U.S.
 » 5 February What Happens When A Big Break Leads To Exactly Nothing Else?
 » 5 February Is Great Britain Too Depressed For Museums Now?
 » 5 February Suddenly, We Have Tons Of British Historical Dramas Again, But Why?
 » 5 February Why Can't Hollywood Get Boston Right?
 » 5 February What The Saga Of Avocados Reveals About Politics - And Human Interactions
 » 5 February Walter Hautzig, Pianist Whose Talent Helped Him Flee Nazis, Dies at 95
 » 4 February Valery Khalilov (1952-2016)
 » 4 February What Baroque Venice Can Teach Us About Modern Politics
 » 4 February Alexander Chancellor, 77, Editor Who Transformed The Spectator (And Had A Disastrous Year At The New Yorker)
 » 4 February Kids Ask A Lot Of Questions. Here Is The Way To Answer Them
 » 4 February How Psychologists Can Tell If A Defendant Is Faking Insanity
 » 4 February Shakespeare Audio Pronunciation App
 » 4 February Assistant Director of Institutional Marketing and Outreach, Lincoln Center
 » 4 February A Short History Of Think Tanks
 » 4 February Talk Of Canceling This Year's Oscars
 » 4 February Some Interesting Theories ABout What Sleep Does For Us
 » 4 February Ten Percent Of UK Teachers Polled Say Arts Education Has Been Cut In Their Schools
 » 4 February UK City Says Cutting All Its Art Funding Will "Help" Arts Groups
 » 3 February At Carnegie Hall, Political Jewels From Old Venice That Still Shine
 » 3 February Top Posts From AJBlogs 02.02.17
 » 3 February Inside The Stained Glass Workshop At Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa Mosque
 » 3 February See The Shimmering Walls Of Iran's 'Emerald Mosque'
 » 3 February Composer Michael Hersch Wins $250,000 Award From Johns Hopkins
 » 3 February Verona's Ancient Roman Amphitheatre To Get Retractable Roof
 » 3 February Uffizi Gallery In Florence Begins Long-Term Project To Show More Female Artists From History
 » 3 February Fired Director Of Shakespeare's Globe Talks About Her Sacking - And Why She's Still There
 » 3 February Classical Composers Aren't Exactly Celebrities In America - So How Did Philip Glass Become A Household Name?
 » 3 February Revolving Auditorium To Be Part Of New Creative District In Liverpool
 » 3 February One Of Broadway's Oldest Surviving Theaters Is Now Its Youngest
 » 3 February Bolshoi Prima Ballerina On How It Feels To Dance The Dual Lead In 'Swan Lake'
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 » 3 February Terrorist Shot At Entrance To The Louvre - Museum Closes
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 » 3 February How Our Brains Trick Us Into Seeing Something Real That Isn't
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 » 3 February Former Google Employee Explains How Smartphones Are Designed To Steal Your Attention
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 » 3 February Mississippi Arts Commission Survives Attempt By Republican Legislature To Offload It
 » 3 February Vera Lynn Releases A New Album... At Age 100
 » 3 February Why Philosophy Has Fallen Out Of The Public Sphere
 » 3 February What Exactly Does "Critical Thinking" Mean These Days?
 » 3 February Marketing Manager - Aspen Music Festival and School
 » 3 February Come Together, Right Now. National Arts Marketing, Development and Ticketing Conference -- March 16-18 in NYC
 » 3 February Wilfried Hiller becomes honorary citizen
 » 2 February Bang on a Can Marathon Moves to Brooklyn Museum
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 » 2 February Author Bharati Mukherjee, 76, Pioneer Of India's Literary Diaspora
 » 2 February Kazakhstan Bids To Become A Real Player In Ballet World
 » 2 February How Tolstoy's 'War And Peace' Can Be An Inspiration For Resistance To The New Administration
 » 2 February Gay-Themed Novel Wins Sebastian Barry His Second Costa Award
 » 2 February The Little Country You'd Think Would Be Far From The World Of Art Crime (About 10,000 Miles Away) Has Lots Of It
 » 2 February What Philip Glass Learned In Paris
 » 2 February Getting Tchaikovsky's First Piano Concerto Back To What Tchaikovsky Really Wrote
 » 2 February Now Even GQ Wants You To Follow Jerry Saltz
 » 2 February 'Rococo And Flemish Influences' - An Art Critic Has A Go At Beyoncé's Pregnancy Pic
 » 2 February The Singer Who Topped Charts By Embracing His Stutter
 » 2 February Why Our Culture Seems So Drawn To Apocalypses And Dystopias
 » 2 February Two Syrian Refugee Children Who Play In The San Diego Youth Symphony Talk About Music And Life In America
 » 2 February Pakistan Lifts Its Ban On Indian Films
 » 2 February 'Lady Wedges' - The Forgotten Women Whose Heads Used To Be On Every Roll Of Movie Film
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 » 2 February Fakes Are A Huge Problem In The Art World. The Trouble Is...
 » 2 February Henry-Louis de La Grange (1924-2017)
 » 2 February February 2017 Newsletter
 » 2 February A Full Carnegie Hall and More in the Northeast
 » 2 February Report: Top Women Hollywood Directors Make Few Films
 » 2 February This Year Netflix Tried To Take Over Sundance
 » 2 February In These Days The Arts Need Advocacy. This Is A Problem In Most US States
 » 2 February Can A New App Finally Track Media Ratings Across All Platforms? (How's That For Sexy?)
 » 2 February The Myth Of A "Liberal Hollywood Elite"
 » 2 February Clamp Down On Copyright? This Is Dangerous Complicated Stuff
 » 2 February For The First Time Since 2008 Book Seller Waterstone's Makes A Profit
 » 2 February Tomás Marco wins "premio Tomás Luis de Victoria"
 » 1 February Listen to Tchaikovsky, Stripped Down to His Intentions
 » 1 February Top Posts From AJBlogs 01.31.17
 » 1 February Jamie Barton Wins Met Opera's Beverly Sills Award
 » 1 February How A 33-Story Empty Shell Sat Smack In The Heart Of Patrician Philadelphia - For 15 Years
 » 1 February After 20 Years, Arundhati Roy Has Finally Written A Second Novel
 » 1 February Lawsuits Over, Maurice Sendak's Rare Book Collection Is Finally In Philly - Here's What's In It
 » 1 February 'Written On Skin' Composer George Benjamin Is Writing A New Opera
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 » 1 February PBS NewsHour Pays Visit To Dallas Opera's Institute For Women Conductors
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 » 1 February 'Graphic Novel' Is Not An Accurate Name For The Genre, So Maybe We Should Go Back To 'Comics'
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 » 1 February San Francisco Asian Art Museum Facebook Link Taken Down For Being Too Racy
 » 1 February How Bad Is It, Really, To Contradict Yourself?
 » 1 February Leonard Slatkin Alienates Audience Member Over Mozart "Alternative Facts"
 » 1 February Why Theories Of Everything Are A Waste Of Effort
 » 1 February Bay Area Theatre Legend Announces Retirement
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 » 1 February Improving Cities Through Culture - The Evidence
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 » 1 February President’s Frontier Award for Michael Hersch
 » 1 February When a Composer Just Doesn’t Do It for You (No Matter How Much You Listen)
 » 1 February Max Wilcox, Grammy-Winning Record Producer, Dies at 88
 » 1 February Some Lessons We Learned Bringing New Work To Small Theatres
 » 1 February Increasingly, Creative People Are Turning To Analog Over Digital
 » 1 February There's A Long History Of Protest Songs. But Is Anyone Listening Any More?
 » 1 February Is It Time To Abandon The Concept Of "Normal"?
 » 1 February How Very Difficult Video Games Produce Feelings Of Euphoria
 » 1 February Poll: 78 Percent Of UK Theatre Workers Say They Have Been Unpaid After A Job
 » 1 February Why Is London's National Theatre Abandoning Classic Plays?
 » 1 February Tulsa Artist Fellowship Now Accepting Applications for 2018 Class
 » 1 February Julio Estrada to receive Medal of Fine Arts
 » 31 January Lincoln Center’s Great Performers: A Peek at Next Season
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 » 31 January Pioneering Nigerian-British Novelist Buchi Emecheta Dead At 72
 » 31 January India Spends Less Than 1% Of Its Annual Budget On Culture - And It Shows
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 » 31 January The Arts-Are-Good-For-The-Economy Arguments Have Failed - They've Even Helped Kill The NEA, Argues Arts Exec
 » 31 January As Top-Selling Living Artists Age, Galleries And Auction Houses Are Scrapping Over Them
 » 31 January Brad Troemel, 'The Troll Of Internet Art'
 » 31 January Behold The Awesome Power Of The People's Liberation Army's Rooster Dance
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 » 31 January A 25-Year Search For The Secrets Of Gaga
 » 31 January What It's Like To Join The Chicago Symphony
 » 31 January You're Hearing Things: How People Perceive Voices In Random Noise
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 » 31 January Number Of Behind-The-Camera Women Fell In Oscar-Nominated Movies This Year
 » 31 January Why Are Poets So Bad At Writing About Their Relationships To Money?
 » 31 January Report On The State Of British Orchestras: Playing More, Earning Less
 » 31 January What London's National Gallery Learned Giving Live-Streaming Gallery Tours
 » 31 January The Corporatization And Consolidation Of New York's Music Scene
 » 31 January How Do We Make Jazz More Viable? Harvard Business School Takes Up The Case
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 » 31 January TONALi17 composer prize to Tomasz Skweres
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 » 30 January What Are Artists And Institutions Supposed To Do With Trump's Executive Order Travel Bans?
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 » 30 January Now, Conservatories Need To Train Students To Speak As Well As They Sing
 » 30 January What Movies Sold At Sundance, And Why Some Of Them Might Actually Succeed
 » 30 January Tania Bruguera Pulls Work From Bronx Museum, Claiming It's Complicit In Cuban Censorship
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 » 30 January It Was The Orange Prize, Then The Baileys Prize, And Now It Needs A New Sponsor
 » 30 January In A Time Of Nativism, A Challenge For The International Art World
 » 30 January Is The National Theatre Going Too Far To Support New Plays?
 » 30 January Making Baghdad's Walls Beautiful Again
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 » 30 January St. Louis Symphony Signs New Five-Year Contract With Musicians
 » 30 January How Social Media Can Blunt Celebrity
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 » 30 January Technology That Can Show You What Your Brain Looks Like When Its Processing Music
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