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  1. Selling Out

    One week after returning from the ASCAP I Create Music Expo, I'm still imagining finding a way to actually make serious money off my own music without having to go...

  2. Get With The Program

    ... J. Oteri who observed some time ago on this very...

  3. Context is Everything

    Last week I heard a new chamber orchestra called The Knights play a concert at the visually stunning Angel Orensanz Center called Rewind which I should have loved. Repertoire from...

  4. The Walk After the Talk

    If you've been following these pages, you already know that over the past eight weeks I've attended five conferences and countless other seminars, award receptions, and other events all over...

  5. Third Rock from the Sun

    Last week, I attended virtually all of Tonic's three-night Full Force, dubbed a festival of "new rock complexity." Knowing full well that I can't be completely objective about the event...

  6. The Critical Can of Worms Reopened

    Several friends of mine who write music criticism have extremely open and astute ears as well as a propensity toward advocacy and overall goodwill. Yet there have been times when...

  7. Age Matters

    A while back I got all worked up when Rufus Wainwright mused that he longed to seek refuge in the realm of classical music where it was O.K. to be...

  8. Nice Work If You Can Get It

    We've already debated inspiration, form, titles, movements, bios, dates of birth, and seemingly just about everything else, but there's one thing that seems to have escaped our tirades thus far:...

  9. The World Upside Down

    I'm madly trying to catch up to New York City's pace after being halfway around the world in China these past two weeks. Things seemed pretty quiet before I left...

  10. Time Off

    Being away from this computer for two weeks has triggered a personal writing flood. So here is a bonus, impromptu diatribe inspired by my return from recent journeys halfway around...

  11. The Aesthetics of Survival

    Although George Rochberg's collected essays—The Aesthetics of Survival—was published with very little fanfare by the University of Michigan Press in January 2005, an anonymously-posted blistering online review of the book...

  12. Unable to Escape Schoenberg

    Ah, autumn in New York. It's always been my favorite time of the year. Part of the reason is that it's the start of the concert season, a rare moment...

  13. The Problem with New

    What's new? Well, nothing and everything, and sometimes a little bit of both. If that sounds like a paradox, it is. And that's okay. In fact, that's the point. To...

  14. Composer Identity Crisis

    A very dear friend of mine, Joe Ornstein, is a mandolinist with whom I play music from time to time. Although he has written a few songs over the years...

  15. Beauty and Joy Out of Angst and Despair

    October 2006 has been Steve Reich month in New York City. It seems like there's an event almost every day somewhere in town in celebration of his 70th birthday. And...