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Fall Preview 2008: Classical & Dance

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The Manhattan Project
Counting down to the Met’s premiere of Doctor Atomic.
Daniel Barenboim, Still Busy
Nobody has made more noise for classical music than Daniel Barenboim, the pianist, conductor, proselytizer, knight errant, and tireless musical arguer.
That Party for Lenny
Marin Alsop wishes Bernstein a happy 90th birthday.
On Trading ‘Sex and the City’ for Sanskrit Verse
Television composer Doug Cuomo writes his long-awaited opera.
Joining the Family Business
Alisa Weilerstein’s parents didn’t teach her the cello to complete their string trio. But it did work out that way.
Ethel’s All-American World Music
The anti-genre string quartet is back from a year on the road, having picked up a load of new friends and new ideas.
The Season in Classical and Dance
Must-see performances this fall and winter.
The View From a Thousand Feet
Choreographer Benjamin Millepied explores a deep-rooted connection to Chopin in his upcoming ensemble.
What You Won’t Hear This Season
In a fall of absences, these classical venues will remain closed.


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