Review: Iranian Female Composers Speak Indirectly to the Moment

Still, when the musicians of the International Contemporary Ensemble and the organization Composers Now drew up the program for an evening focused on the Iranian Female Composers Association at NYU Skirball on Saturday, few could have anticipated how specifically this concert would connect with the moment: Anti-regime protests in Iran were entering More...

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By admin On Sunday, October 9th, 2022
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David Geffen Hall Reopens, Hoping Its $550 Million Renovation Worked

“This is a home for all New Yorkers,” Ms. Borda said. “We want to invite them in.” Throughout the hall’s history, politicians, architects, musicians and critics have at times declared past renovations More...

By admin On Wednesday, August 17th, 2022
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Solange Knowles Will Debut Her First Ballet Score in September

Solange, the pop star whose artistic tendrils have reached into the worlds of music, choreography, fashion, film, visual art and more, will soon add a new genre to her repertoire: ballet composer. New York More...

By admin On Tuesday, August 16th, 2022
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Bad Bunny Beats YoungBoy Never Broke Again in a Tight Race for No. 1

Bad Bunny reclaims No. 1 on the Billboard album chart by the thinnest of margins this week, as the Puerto Rican superstar’s three-month-old album “Un Verano Sin Ti” logged its eighth time at the top, More...

By admin On Tuesday, August 16th, 2022
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John L. Eastman, McCartney’s Lawyer in Beatles’ Strife, Dies at 83

John L. Eastman, a lawyer for musicians and artists whose representation of famous clients like Paul McCartney, Billy Joel and Willem de Kooning made him a force in the entertainment world, and who played a More...

By admin On Tuesday, August 16th, 2022
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Upending Expectations for Indigenous Music, Noisily

Raven Chacon wasn’t sure he should accept the commission that would soon earn him the Pulitzer Prize for music. A Milwaukee ensemble had asked Chacon — a Diné composer, improviser and visual artist born More...

By admin On Monday, August 15th, 2022
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At the Salzburg Festival, Riches, Retreads and Notes of Caution

SALZBURG, Austria — The premiere of a new production of Janacek’s opera “Kat’a Kabanova” had just ended at the Salzburg Festival here last week. When the lights went up, Kristina Hammer, the festival’s More...

By admin On Sunday, August 14th, 2022
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An Orchestra Supports Ukraine, and Reunites a Couple Parted by War

WARSAW — After years of struggling to make a living as musicians in Ukraine, Yevgen Dovbysh and Anna Vikhrova felt they had finally built a stable life. They were husband-and-wife artists in the Odessa Philharmonic More...

By admin On Friday, August 12th, 2022
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The Composer Who Turns Hayao Miyazaki’s Humane Touch Into Music

Alfred Hitchcock and Bernard Herrmann, Sergio Leone and Ennio Morricone, Steven Spielberg and John Williams: Some of the greatest filmmakers have cultivated enduring, mutually enriching relationships with musicians. More...

By admin On Friday, August 12th, 2022
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Sylvan Esso’s New Album of Electro-pop Challenges All Expectations

The electronic vertigo revs up immediately and rarely lets up on “No Rules Sandy,” the fourth studio album by Sylvan Esso. “How can I be moved when everything is moving,” Amelia Meath calmly muses in More...

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