GoodSoundClub's Home
Manifesto Copyright
Statistics Site Links
Site Map Surveys
Send Email to Romy the Cat
The member login at the front page and Boston's local musical events calendar are fixed and operational now...
Audio Knowledge Tree ™
Romy's "Audio Rules"
Audiophile Satire
Melquiades SET Amplifier
Macondo Acoustic System
End of Life Phonostage
Audio Demoronizator AD-1
My Exotic Audio Leftovers
My Playback System
» The Melquiades bass chan»
» The Daniel Hertz M1 ultr»
» Ravel's Piano Trio; Rubi»
» Push pull compound compr»
» Submerging deeper into A»
» RX-5000 Thread tension.
» Playlists and patience
» Music reviews are writte»
» Any South/Latin American»
» Verify that you sources »
» About “strangeness” of A»
» “Melquiades” amplifier: »
» SPUnisation of Macondo: »
» Romy...thoughts on Lamm »
» A synonym of audio revie»
» Learning to interpret RTA
» About Stupid Dynamic
» Pham Thanh Cuong's playb»
» Paul McGowan. tubes in p»
» How many channels does a»
» Why Horn loaded systems?!
» "SOTA Technology&qu»
» In defense of Mikhail Pl»
» Herbie's Hal-O Tube Damp»
» Power Supplym for driver»
» The Real Total Horn
» Romy The Cat's new Liste»
» Vitavox S2 with Electrom»
» Ophelie Gaillard renders»
» The great Corus performa»
» Too damn loud?
» Audio Tekne driver align»
» Mystery of bass horn cal»
» Ultimate Tonearm
» Question on speakers
» Neumann Dummy Head.
» The “theories” about the»
» My playback can’t play l»
Bookmarked are red
Max Robinson’s “Fun With»
JE Labs
WGBH's “Keeping Score”
Hi-Fi Speakers Design
Bruce Edgar's Edgarhorn »
Orchestra of the Age of »
Nornan Lebrecht's blog
Female Composers Site
Tuner Information Center
BostonSymphony's Channel
More Links »»
Romy the Cat's personal site dedicated to advanced audio and evolved music reproduction techniques Classical Music latest News
 » 7 April Vincent Lionti, Violist and Youth Orchestra Conductor, Dies at 60
 » 7 April How To Suspend Live Events Without Wrecking The Human Talent?
 » 7 April The Art World Pre-COVID Is Dead
 » 7 April A Critic Of Big Tech Starts His Own Project To Sort And Rank Information
 » 7 April When Magazines Had Visions Of Changing (And Improving) The World
 » 6 April Classical music news - Klein String Competition
 » 6 April How Dancers In The U.K. Are Pulling Together In The Face Of Uncertainty And Fear
 » 6 April Wilhelm Burmann, Teacher Of Ballet’s Best And Brightest, Has Died At 80
 » 6 April Will Cinemagoers Flock Back After This Ends?
 » 6 April The Woman Who Wrote A Fantastic Pandemic Novel A Few Years Ago Returns To Take On A Different Issue
 » 6 April Yes, The Bible Museum Had Some Issues
 » 6 April Novelists Tell Us What To Read To Inspire Us
 » 6 April Actor Turned Biographer Patricia Bosworth Has Died At 86
 » 6 April If Books Are Proving Too Long For A Pandemic Attention Span, Try Poetry
 » 6 April This Bavarian Village Has Performed The Passion Play Once Every Decade Since 1633 In Thanks For Being Spared From A Pandemic
 » 6 April A Novel Art Form For The Novel Virus
 » 6 April Why The Limitations Of Our Homebound Lives Work For Online Choreography And Dance
 » 6 April David Hockney Says Put Away The Camera And Pick Up The Pencil
 » 6 April This Indie Movie About Abortion Access Opened Three Days Before Theatres Shut Down
 » 6 April Tips From Met Opera Performers For Surviving The Shutdown Of Everything
 » 6 April Margaret Atwood Says We Are All In The ‘Better Than Nothing’ Era Now
 » 6 April How Epidemics Of The Past Drove Innovation
 » 6 April As Schools Move Online, Less Than Half Of Their Students Log In
 » 6 April The Netherlands Has Had A Rash Of Van Gogh Thefts In Recent Years
 » 6 April Hungarian Strongman Uses Virus Emergency To Seize Control Of Museums, Theatres
 » 6 April Is Spatial Awareness Our Superpower?
 » 6 April Beloved British Children’s Author Jacqueline Wilson Talks About Her Own Plot Twist
 » 6 April Listening To The Sirens’ Call
 » 6 April The End Of The Art World (As We Know It)
 » 6 April Chilly Gonzales - Solo Piano II
 » 6 April Ernest Bloch - Voice in the Wilderness, Schelomo, From Jewish Life; Kol Nidrei (cello: Natalie Clein; BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra; conductor: Ilan Volkov)
 » 6 April Josef Suk - Prague / A Summer’s Tale (BBC Symphony Orchestra; conductor: Jirí Belohlávek)
 » 6 April Hector Berlioz - Symphonie Fantastique (Scottish Chamber Orchestra; conductor: Robin Ticciati)
 » 6 April Carl Nielsen - Symphonies Nos. 2 & 3 (New York Philharmonic; conductor: Alan Gilbert)
 » 6 April Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - La Finta Giardiniera (Freiburger Barockorchester; Rene Jacobs)
 » 6 April Johann Sebastian Bach - Harpsichord Concertos (Retrospect Ensemble; harpsichord/director: Matthew Halls)
 » 6 April Felix Mendelssohn - Violin Concertos / The Hebrides (violin: Alina Ibragimova; Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment; conductor: Vladimir Jurowski)
 » 6 April Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Piano Concertos Nos. 9 & 21 (feat. piano: Mitsuko Uchida; The Cleveland Orchestra)
 » 6 April Ludwig van Beethoven - The Beethoven Journey: Piano Concertos Nos. 1 & 3 (feat. piano: Leif Ove Andsnes; Mahler Chamber Orchestra)
 » 6 April Leonardo Vinci - Artaserse (Philippe Jaroussky; Max Emanuel Cencic; Coro della Radiotelevisione svizzera; Concerto Koln; conductor: Diego Fasolis)
 » 6 April Nils Frahm - Screws
 » 6 April Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Don Giovanni (Ildebrando D'Arcangelo; Mahler Chamber Orchestra; conductor: Yannick Nezet-Seguin)
 » 6 April Johann Sebastian Bach - Das Wohltemperierte Clavier (Books I and II) (feat. piano: András Schiff)
 » 6 April Johann Sebastian Bach - Cantatas vol. 51 (Bach Collegium Japan; conductor: Masaaki Suzuki)
 » 6 April Benjamin Britten - The Rape of Lucretia (conductor: Oliver Knussen; Aldeburgh Festival Ensemble)
 » 6 April Franz Schubert - Schubert Edition Vol. 7: Erlkönig (baritone: Matthias Goerne; piano: Andreas Haefliger)
 » 6 April Modest Petrovich Mussorgsky - Pictures, Sarcasms & Visions (feat. piano: Steven Osborne)
 » 6 April Giovanni Battista Pergolesi - Septem verba a Christo (Sophie Karthaüser, Christophe Dumaux, Julien Behr, Konstantin Wolff, Academie für Alte Musik Berlin/Rene Jacobs)
 » 6 April Ludwig van Beethoven - Violin Sonatas (violin: Leonidas Kavakos, piano: Enrico Pace)
 » 5 April After The Kennedy Center Laid Off Many Of Its Employees, Congress May Ask For That $25 Million Back
 » 5 April How Are Bookstores Surviving, If They Are At All?
 » 5 April Boston’s Principal Ballerina In Canceled Carmen Says ‘It Feels Like The Stage Was Pulled Out From Under Us’
 » 5 April The Errant Hydroflask In ‘Little Women’
 » 5 April MoMA Has Canceled All Educator Contracts, Saying It May Not Need Educators For Years
 » 5 April Chinese Film Industry Restarts, If Slowly
 » 5 April Julia Alvarez Says That We Should Rely On Literature To Get Through This
 » 5 April The Drum Dance Group That Isn’t Letting A Little Thing Like Social Distance Get In The Way
 » 5 April Zoom Seemed Too Good To Be True
 » 5 April Suellen Rocca, Fiercely Original Artist And Member Of Chicago’s Hairy Who, Has Died At 76
 » 5 April Hollywood’s Costumers Are Still Sewing, But Now It’s Face Masks For Survival
 » 5 April Agatha Christie Is (Still) The Best-Selling Novelist Of All Time
 » 5 April Arlene Schnitzer, Gallery Pioneer And Massive Funder To The Arts In The Pacific Northwest, Has Died At 91
 » 5 April Online Dance Parties Are The New Clubs, Workouts, And Social Life
 » 5 April Is It Great Or Terrible That Quibi Is Launching In The Middle Of The Pandemic?
 » 5 April The Planned Online Six-Hour Epic Pauline Oliveros Opera
 » 5 April Michael McKinnell, Bold Architect Of Boston’s Democratic City Hall, Has Died At 84
 » 4 April Before There Was ‘The Onion’, There Was ‘Not The New York Times’
 » 4 April Comic Books Industry Grinds To Halt For The First Time Ever
 » 4 April Inside This Season’s Most Controversial Book – The Woody Allen Memoir
 » 4 April Why AI Can’t Predict The Value Of Art
 » 4 April How Dance Helps Me Think And Thinking Helps Me Dance
 » 4 April How Podcasting Is Changing
 » 4 April Chiura Obata’s Career Was Interrupted By Internment During WWII. Now A Retrospective Of His Work Has Been Stilled By The Virus
 » 3 April As Virus Threatens Orchestras, Trade Group Taps a New Leader
 » 3 April Carnegie Hall Projects $9 Million Deficit, Cancels Everything Until Fall
 » 3 April Museum Will Become Temporary Morgue As Ireland Braces For Coronavirus Deaths
 » 3 April Calgary Philharmonic Reverses Mass Layoff, Recalls Musicians And Staff
 » 3 April Edinburgh Festivals’ Cancellation Could Devastate Labor Market Throughout City
 » 3 April Public Radio And TV Stations Are Having To Rework Their Underwriting Models — Fast
 » 3 April Guitarist And New York Jazz Institution Bucky Pizzarelli Dead Of COVID At 94
 » 3 April Now Even Arthouse Movie Theaters Are Embracing Streaming Video
 » 3 April Bill Withers, 81
 » 3 April New Plays About Coronavirus Epidemic Are Already Arriving
 » 3 April Simon Woods Chosen As League Of American Orchestras Next Leader
 » 3 April Give This Woman A Pritzker Prize! Once Pakistan’s Starchitect, She Now Designs Mud-And-Bamboo Huts For Poor Villagers
 » 3 April Arts Freelancers Are At Particular Risk Right Now
 » 3 April Crosswords Only Date Back To 1913, But Written Word Games Have Been Around For A Very Long Time
 » 3 April SXSW Will Put Its Film Festival Online Streaming For Ten Days
 » 3 April Classical music news. Obituary
 » 3 April Music, Theater and More to Experience at Home This Weekend
 » 3 April They don’t trust me with cheese
 » 3 April Ancient Egyptian Pigment Has Become Biomedical Research Tool
 » 3 April Bookstores Had Staged Something Of A Comeback. And Now This
 » 3 April Can Looking At Art Online Beat The In-Person Experience?
 » 3 April There’s Going To Still Be Theatre. But What Will It Be?
 » 3 April How To Maintain (Or Renew) Your Relationship With Shakespeare: Read Him
 » 3 April How LACMA’s New Building Became A Referendum On Museums
 » 3 April This Is A Transition From One Era To Another
 » 2 April Edinburgh Festivals — All Of Them — Canceled
 » 2 April It Took Only Four Days For Berlin To Distribute €500 Million In Emergency Funds For Freelancers
 » 2 April Jazz Patriarch Ellis Marsalis Dead Of COVID At 85
 » 2 April North American Movie Box Office Down $600 Million From Last Year
 » 2 April As The World Shuts Down, Yale School Of Music Takes Care Of Its Students
 » 2 April When COVID Shut This Small Museum Down, Its Community Suffered A Big Loss
 » 2 April The Dance World May Be Socially Liberal, But It’s Still Difficult For Gender-Nonconforming Dancers
 » 2 April Brown Paper Tickets Systems Overwhelmed, Artists And Venues Can’t Get Their Money
 » 2 April Assembling New Micro-Operas During Coronavirus Confinement
 » 2 April Chicago Dance Companies On The Edge
 » 2 April Theaters Across The U.S. Commission Ten-Minute Plays We Can All Perform While Sheltering In Place
 » 2 April Canada Council Launches Emergency Funding Plan
 » 2 April Libraries As ‘Second Responders’ In The COVID Crisis
 » 2 April COVID Response: Panic Buying Of Pianos?
 » 2 April More on Shuttered NYC Institutions: A Brief Reprieve for Met’s Endangered Staff; A “Frick Breuer” Update
 » 2 April Ask
 » 2 April How Can A Director Shoot A Thriller While Maintaining Social Distancing? Put The Lead Actor Inside A Video Game
 » 2 April The Music Schools That Were Quite Prepared For Distance Learning
 » 2 April Classical Music Is Thriving As We Quarantine Ourselves
 » 2 April Major Development In A Landmark Decision About Artists Rights
 » 2 April Study Dance Online? Not So Fast…
 » 2 April Chinese Movie Fans Turned To Piracy Sites As Theatres Shut
 » 2 April Soooo… We Were Trying To Cut Down Our Screen Time Before This Happened. How’s It Going?
 » 1 April Classical music news - March 2020 Obituaries
 » 1 April Would Mozart Have Performed for You on Zoom?
 » 1 April ‘Joy in the Grief’: Musicians Are Making Art in a Pandemic
 » 1 April Bayreuth Festival 2020 Canceled Due To Coronavirus
 » 1 April A Week After Getting A $25 Million Grant, Kennedy Center Lays Off 250 Staffers
 » 1 April Kennedy Center Defends Its $25 Million Bailout Amid Major Layoffs
 » 1 April Philadelphia Orchestra Gets Pay Cuts But No Job Losses
 » 1 April Playwrights Talk About How Their Dystopian Scripts Look Now That We’re Amidst A Plague
 » 1 April Attendance At Public Events May Not Recover Post-Pandemic: Study
 » 1 April The Choreography Of Social Distancing
 » 1 April Six-Year-Old Thrown Off Tate Modern Balcony Last Summer Can Sit Up And Speak
 » 1 April Inside The War Room: NY Arts Orgs Deal With Catastrophe
 » 1 April Penguin Classics Is Diversifying Its Line Of Classic Books
 » 1 April Not That It Matters Much At The Moment, But Here Is The List Of 2019’s Most Popular Museums
 » 1 April Jerry Saltz Obsesses On Bruegel’s Vast Vista Of Mass Death
 » 1 April The Culture We’re Losing Beyond The Non-Profits
 » 1 April Chloe Aaron, Who Molded PBS Into A National Network, Dead At 81
 » 1 April Will LACMA’s New Building Free It Or Destroy It?
 » 1 April Hellmut Stern, 91, Dies; Violinist Returned to Germany After Fleeing
 » 1 April A Slice of Life in Lockdown
 » 1 April Strategic Planning and Muddling Through
 » 1 April Hilary Teachout, R.I.P.
 » 1 April Edward Tarr, Master Of Trumpets New And Old And Of Their History, Dead At 83
 » 1 April The Role Of Homes In Shaping Writers
 » 1 April Is Smell Our Most Powerful Sense?
 » 1 April How Public Libraries Are Adapting To The Virus
 » 1 April What’s Missing While Looking At Art Online
 » 1 April Classical Music Activity Explodes Online As Shutdown Closes Stages
 » 1 April Is COVID A Wakeup Call?
 » 1 April Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival Canceled For First Time Ever
 » 31 March The Coronavirus Hasn’t Slowed Classical Music
 » 31 March Reason to believe
 » 31 March Dick Titterington’s New Trio Album
 » 31 March COVID Casualty: Celebrity Culture?
 » 31 March Aldeburgh Festival Is Called Off For First Time In Its History
 » 31 March Met Museum Will Provide Another Month’s Pay To Laid-Off Staff
 » 31 March Judy Drucker, For Decades South Florida’s Leading Classical Music Impresario, Dead At 91
 » 31 March Center Theatre Group In L.A. Furloughs Half Its Workers And Suspends All Shows
 » 31 March China Orders Reopened Cinemas To Close Again
 » 31 March Public Service Or Piracy? Authors Battle Internet Archive Over ‘National Emergency Library’
 » 31 March Michael Sorkin, Who Fought For Social Justice Concerns In Architecture, Dead Of Coronavirus At 71
 » 31 March Arts Council England Acts Quickly On Funding, But The Price Will Come Later
 » 31 March No, We Are Not All Edward Hopper Paintings Now
 » 31 March ‘We Are All Edward Hopper Paintings Now’
 » 31 March How Charity Fraud Led To Harvey Weinstein’s Downfall
 » 31 March How One Off-Broadway Is Able To Close For Three Months But Still Pay Everyone
 » 31 March Critical Thinking About Indigenous Art
 » 31 March Dancer In The Dark: Did Intensive Study Of Butoh Drive A Young American Woman To Suicide?
 » 31 March There’s An App For That: Be A Pop Star
 » 31 March Edward Tarr, Renowned Trumpeter Who Delved Into Past, Dies at 83
 » 31 March Awareness: Our Digital Selves Are Our Real Selves
 » 31 March We Can Rebuild, But Why?
 » 31 March Placido Domingo Hospitalized In Mexico With COVID
 » 31 March How A Magazine Of Debate Influenced Our Culture
 » 30 March Classical music news. Obituary
 » 30 March One Art Form That Can Survive The Pandemic: Radio Productions
 » 30 March Arts Critics Reflect On Their Lives Before Social Isolation
 » 30 March When Your Book About Getting Through Hard Times Comes Out In The Middle Of A Pandemic
 » 30 March Is This A Craft Renaissance?
 » 30 March The Producers Of Dystopian Fiction Are Thinking Again
 » 30 March Sarasota Ballet Will Support Its Dancers Through The Original End Of The Season
 » 30 March How Can Visual Artists Survive?
 » 30 March In Europe, Cinema Production Has Been Thrown Into Utter Crisis
 » 30 March Cal Shakes Cancels Its 2020 Season
 » 30 March Can Community Radio Survive With Its Unique Sound Intact?
 » 30 March As The UK Public Saw What Was Coming, Book Buying Soared
 » 30 March Who Gets The Credit – And Money – For An Artist’s Quick Rise?
 » 30 March A Choir Practice That Turned Deadly
 » 30 March Memes Belong In Museums
 » 30 March Why We Should Bail Out Classical Music
 » 30 March Thieves Steal Van Gogh From Museum Closed Because Of Virus
 » 30 March The Best Sketch Comedian Online Now
 » 30 March Musician Sues Pension Fund For Risky Investments And Wins $28 Million Settlement
 » 30 March Vital Film Hub Shuts Down With Layoffs At Film At Lincoln Center
 » 30 March Jennifer Schantz Is New Director Of The NY Public Library’s Performing Arts Collection
 » 30 March Composer And Conductor Krzysztof Penderecki Has Died At 86
 » 30 March Apparently, Everyone Wants To Read Camus Right Now
 » 30 March Zoom Isn’t Sending As Much Of Your Personal Data To Facebook Anymore
 » 29 March Krzysztof Penderecki, Polish Composer With Cinematic Flair, Dies at 86
 » 29 March The National Symphony Orchestra Lays Off All 96 Musicians With A One-Week Notice
 » 29 March The University Of Michigan Finally Fires Opera Singer David Daniels Over Sexual Misconduct
 » 29 March Despite Attempts To Negotiate Rent Freezes In NY, Landlords Are Trying To Boot Small Galleries
 » 29 March For Commercial Dancers In Los Angeles, All Revenue Streams Are Gone
 » 29 March All The World’s Living Rooms Can Be Stages, With The Right Plays
 » 29 March Actors Are Also Out Of A Job – All Of Their Many Jobs At Once
 » 29 March Theatres Pivoted To Digital As Fast As They Could Before Shutdowns, So What Will Come Of All That Streaming?
 » 29 March Original Cast Recordings To Get You Through The Pandemic
 » 29 March LACMA Demolition Continues Despite Calls For Quarantine
 » 29 March Lucia Bosé, Star Of Films By Buñuel And Antonioni, Has Died At 89
 » 29 March Defiant British Museum Appoints Mary Beard As Trustee
 » 29 March What Happens To This Spring’s Most Anticipated Books?
 » 29 March Hollywood Workers And The Bailout
 » 29 March The Pop And Classical Music Critics Traded Jobs For A Day
 » 29 March Unable To Get To Supplies Or Tools, Art Students Demand Partial Refunds
 » 29 March Mark Blum, Actor Of Stage And Screen, Has Died At 69
 » 29 March Online Buyers For Powell’s Are So Rapacious That Company Recalls 100 Laid-Off Workers
 » 28 March Nightlife Is The Soul Of A City. Now It’s Gone And We Need To Protect It
 » 28 March The Organist Who Kept Britain Company During World War II
 » 28 March Shifting Ground: Are You Ready For A New Discourse For A New World?
 » 28 March What The Literature Of Plague Tells Us
 » 28 March Oregon Shakespeare Festival Lays Off Staff, Cancels Through Labor Day
 » 28 March For Your Weekend Listening, NYT Music Critics Choose Best Recordings Of Each Of Beethoven’s Symphonies
 » 27 March Classical music news - February 2020 Obituaries
 » 27 March The Ultimate Beethoven Symphony Collection
 » 27 March Verbier Festival For 2020 Called Off
 » 27 March Art Basel 2020 Postponed But Not Cancelled
 » 27 March New York City Ballet Cancels All Spring Performances But Will Pay Through End Of Season
 » 27 March Furloughs And Pay Cuts At Cleveland Museum Of Art
 » 27 March Kansas City Symphony Concerts Into May But Will Pay Musicians
 » 27 March Federal Stimulus Bill Includes $75 Million To Stabilize Public Radio And TV
 » 27 March UK’s National Theatre To Start Weekly Webcasts Of Its Most Popular Productions
 » 27 March Songwriters, Self-Employed Musicians To Get Aid In Bailout Bill
 » 27 March Out Of Another Plague And Quarantine Came A Priceless Record Of Pre-Conquest Mexico
 » 27 March The Other Bach: Before He Died, Peter Serkin Labored To Reveal The Genius Of C.P.E.
 » 27 March Jeremy Marre, Whose Documentaries Introduced Britons and Americans To World Music, Dead At 76
 » 27 March Our Home-Isolation Comes With A Sober Realization: This, Actually, Is Who We Are
 » 27 March Next Step In Social Distancing And The Arts: Live Performance For One Audience Member At A Time
 » 27 March Of Arts CEOs Who Are Giving Up Their Salaries
 » 27 March A Ballet School In A Rio Favela
 » 27 March Classical music news. Guido Cantelli
 » 27 March A Pianist’s Final Message: Overlooked Works by a Son of Bach
 » 27 March Conservative NY Times Columnist Remembers His Freewheeling, Sexually Confident, Multiply Married Modernist Painter Grandmother (Who Had Diego Rivera For A Lover)
 » 27 March Of Oedipus And Trump – Some Lessons
 » 27 March A Peripatetic Global Art World Deals With Suddenly Staying In Place
 » 27 March How I Became A Dance Critic
 » 27 March As Broadway Falls Silent, A Virtual Tour Of Theatres
 » 27 March Radio Listenership Soars, Streaming Less So…
 » 27 March While The People Are Away, The Art Inside Plays
 » 27 March Managing Director – Laboratory for Global Performance and Politics
 » 27 March How Do You Teach Performing Arts When You Can’t Be Together?
 » 26 March A Paris Opera Conductor Comes Full Circle
 » 26 March One Work of Dance, Theater and More to Experience This Weekend
 » 26 March Tony Awards Postponed Indefinitely
 » 26 March If You’re Only Going To Teach Us Online, Say Yale MFA Art Students, Refund Our Tuition
 » 26 March L.A. Times Film Critic Kenneth Turan To Step Down After Three Decades
 » 26 March Germany Announces €50 Billion In Aid For Arts And Culture Sector
 » 26 March Scottish Opera Lends Set-Hauling Trucks To Help Supermarket Supply Chains
 » 26 March Buffering … — Why Video Teleconferencing Is Still A Pain In The Wherever
 » 26 March How Do You Run Choir Practice For 300 Kids Via Zoom? Like This
 » 26 March The Arts Business Has Been Decimated. It Won’t Be Easy Getting It Back
 » 26 March Cincinnati Ballet And Playhouse In The Park Were In The Middle Of Building New Homes When The Pandemic Hit
 » 26 March Major League Baseball Announces A Virtual Opening Day
 » 26 March This Book Fair Isn’t Being Cancelled, It’s Making Itself Virtual
 » 26 March A Theory Of Multiple Disasters At Once?
 » 26 March So What Exactly *Is* A Dance Curator?
 » 26 March The Musician Class Is Being Wiped Out
 » 26 March Guess who I talked to today?
 » 26 March Cotter Fodder: The Met Museum’s Sober Plan for the Virus Crisis vs. A Critic’s Pandemic Polemic
 » 26 March Asked If France ‘Missed The Boat On #MeToo’, Isabelle Huppert Throws The Interviewer Out
 » 26 March Maybe Figuring Out How To Get Your Work To An Audience Is Part Of The Creative Challenge
 » 26 March Is This Chatbot My New Best Friend?
 » 26 March Critic/Curator Maurice Berger, 63 From Coronavirus; Changed Museum Conversation On Race
 » 26 March Barbara Ehrenreich On Class, Health And Making It In America
 » 26 March Why Rebuild When We Could Remake? (Green)
 » 26 March Will Movie Theatres Survive The Apocalypse?
 » 25 March Classical music news. Obituary
 » 25 March Voting for arts funding – a short video
 » 25 March San Francisco Art Institute Stops Enrolling Students, Prepares To Lay Off Faculty And Staff
 » 25 March Ojai Music Festival Cancelled
 » 25 March There Will Be No Spoleto Festival USA This Year
 » 25 March Six Indie Filmmakers, Their New Movies Shelved, Talk About Cinema’s COVID Apocalypse
 » 25 March Yvonne Rainer Creates An At-Home Dance For Coronavirus Quarantine
 » 25 March What Will America’s Arts Economy Be Like After COVID? How Can Artists Survive? (It’s Not A Pretty Picture)
 » 25 March Albert Uderzo, Co-Creator Of Astérix The Gaul, Dead At 92
 » 25 March Remembering Terrence McNally
 » 25 March Librarians: If We Can’t Lend Books During Lockdown, Let’s Make Our Buildings And Bookmobiles Wi-Fi Hotspots
 » 25 March What Dancers Are Doing To Maintain During Lockdown
 » 25 March Museums And Art Handlers Are Giving Their Masks And Gloves To Hospitals
 » 25 March Arts Council England Pledges £160 Million To Arts For Virus Response
 » 25 March How Theater In America Handled It Last Time There Was A Pandemic
 » 25 March Devastated US Arts Industry Looks For Government Assistance
 » 25 March Classical music news - UK Vacancies
 » 25 March Thanks To Social Distancing, Drive-In Movie Theaters Are Having A Comeback
 » 25 March Playwright Terrence McNally Dies Of Coronavirus, Age 81
 » 25 March Systemic Failure: Virus Shutdown Highlights Precariousness Of Arts Economic Model
 » 25 March As Restoration Of Notre Dame Pauses, Thieves Break In
 » 25 March Bitcoin And Shares In Art – Is The Idea Dead?
 » 25 March A History Of Being Alone
 » 25 March When Art Became Advertising – And The Man Who Helped Make It So
 » 25 March Do Cities Work Against Us When The Pandemic Comes?
      Search Site Forum
     Search Site via Google
    Create a New Account
    Forgot your Account
MAR 14 St. Petersburg Virtu»
MAR 14 Anniversary Concert »
MAR 14 Brookline Symphony i»
MAR 14 Brookline Symphony i»
MAR 14 Julia Wolfe’s Anthra»
MAR 14 Spectrum Singers at »
MAR 14 Spectrum Singers at »
MAR 14 Spring Concert in Bo»
exclusive first listen: hel»
unearthing mendelssohn's lo»
felix mendelssohn's 'scotti»
felix mendelssohn's genius »
love and lunacy: vivaldi's »
composer, conductor lukas f»
modern music sweep for clas»
russian valentine: prokofie»
vincent lionti, violist an»
how to suspend live events»
the art world pre-covid is»
a critic of big tech start»
when magazines had visions»
classical music news - kle»
how dancers in the u.k. ar»
wilhelm burmann, teacher o»
will cinemagoers flock bac»
the woman who wrote a fant»
yes, the bible museum had »
novelists tell us what to »
actor turned biographer pa»
if books are proving too l»
this bavarian village has »
a novel art form for the n»
why the limitations of our»
david hockney says put awa»
this indie movie about abo»
tips from met opera perfor»
margaret atwood says we ar»
More Music News »»
Holzbauer, Ignaz (17 Septe»
Burney, Charles (7 April 1»
Diabelli, Anton (5 Septemb»
Ryelandt, Joseph (7 April »
Toldrà, Eduard (7 Apr»
Casadesus, Robert (7 April»
Tanaka, Karen (7 April 196»
Vitavox S2 Compression »
Vitavox AK-15/40 15" ba»
Conscience of audio rev»
Hillock TV-2 tube tester
Stage Acompany SA8535 d»
Altec 808A compression »
Purist Audio Design Pro»
Ortofon Mono CG 25 Di c»
Tribute Output Amorphou»
Korvet “Egg” Tonearm
Electro-Voice T350 twee»
More Leftovers »»