Wow, it’s been a while! Last time I wrote something, there was snow on the ground, and now it’s in the mid-60s and my allergies are seasonal allergies have consumed my life.
Read my review and essay about the Met’s performance of John Adams’s The Death of Klinghoffer. Is the opera anti-semitic? Read the piece on I Care If You Listen.
What’s better than new music, kettle corn, and beer? Read all about it on I Care If You Listen.
My review of the final concerts of Spring for Music at Carnegie Hall, including the NYC premiere of John Luther Adams’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Become Ocean. Read the review on I Care If You Listen.
My review of composer Gabrielle Herbst’s Bodiless for I Care If You Listen. Read the whole thing here.
An interview I did with Ludovic Morlot for I Care If You Listen. Read it here.
An amazing concert I attended as part of Lincoln Center’s White Light Festival. Read all about it on I Care If You Listen.
My second run-in with Contemporaneous for I Care If You Listen. Read the review here.
My review of a concert at Le Poisson Rouge featuring Roomful of Teeth and Holly Herndon for I Care If You Listen. Also on the menu was the world premiere of Pulitzer Prize winner Caroline Shaw‘s Partita for 8 voices. Read
A (short) interview I did with composer Georg Friedrich Haas for I Care If You Listen. Read the entire interview here.