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  1. Air-Conditioned, Prematurely

    For the past week, the hottest ticket in New York City has been for the revival of Einstein on the Beach at the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s Gilman Opera House....

  2. Sounds Heard: Gene Pritsker—William James's Varieties of Religious Experience

    Arnold Schoenberg usually gets credited for the emancipation of the dissonance that defined much of the music of the 20th century. But if there’s anything that can be claimed to...

  3. Joseph C. Phillips Jr.: Balancing Act

    Like most composers these days, Joseph C. Phillips Jr. has to balance creating new music, getting it performed, and surviving. Seeing him on his bicycle returning from the Park...

  4. Blogging MIDEM 2013: Part 4 – Global Mobile

    I'm currently sitting at the Nice Côte d’Azur airport waiting for a flight back to Paris where I will change planes to head back to New York City for the...

  5. More Media Matters (Part 2)

    ... J. Oteri’s reportage from the MIDEM convention in...

  6. Sounds Heard: Justin Rubin—A Waltz through the Vapor

    Although A Waltz through the Vapor is only the second* full CD devoted to the music of Duluth, Minnesota-based Justin Rubin, he is an extraordinarily prolific composer. His website offers...

  7. Advocacy and Communication

    I had something of an epiphany about how the various parts of my life relate to each other last week when I gave a presentation both about my own music...

  8. How to Respect Music

    In response to my contention last week that “there is much to be gained by giving music the same respect we accord classical music by listening to it with...

  9. Remembering Jeffery Cotton (1957-2013)

    ... administrative and artistic roles—from J. S. Bach as...

  10. Making Something Work vs. Doing Whatever You Want

    Chalk it up to some strange celestial alignment, if you’re into those sorts of interpretations, but over the past couple of weeks I have spent a disproportionate amount of time...

  11. There’s Something About Charlie

    ... for Music concert (photo by Steve J. Sherman...

  12. American Repertoire Spring

    Reversing the ratio of American music to standard repertoire is long overdue in the programming of most American orchestras but I've recently been noticing a health...

  13. Troy Herion: Sonic Imaging

    The concluding work on coLABoratory, the American Composers Orchestra’s April 5 Zankel Hall concert, was an extremely effective symbiosis of music and film called New York: A City Symphony by...

  14. A Temple for the Familiar

    Though I’ve lived in New York City all of my life and Newark is only a 20-minute train ride away, I’ve hardly spent any time there. Aside from a workshop...

  15. And Away I Go (Again)

    Before heading to an airport in an extremely hot city (St. Louis), I took a moment to ponder arriving at an airport in an extremely cold...