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Rebecca Milzoff

June 23, 2008 | Intelligencer
Three Simple Rules for a Nobel Prize

If you do like Tutu...

January 7, 2008 | Intelligencer
Village Gate to Swing Again

What’s red and fishy?

January 7, 2008 | Feature
Met Tech

A century of operatic advances (plus the odd glitch).

December 24, 2007 |
45. Because Music Is Starting to Sound a Lot Better Here

It seems simple: If you’re in the business of selling people tickets to see musicians, you should try to make the people and the musicians as happy as possible.

December 17, 2007 |
Dance Moments of the Year

“The Nightingale and the Rose,” Stephen Petronio Company, “Slow Dancing,” “Death in Venice,” and “From Here On Out.”

December 10, 2007 |
The Mechanics

It looks so simple. Gwen Widell and Jill Gurhan, design and technical vice-presidents respectively at Wacoal, describe the engineering necessary for a bra to do its thing

December 3, 2007 | Short Lists
Second Time’s the Charm

If you missed these bright lights of the classical scene—a young dynamo and an established leader—in their recent high-profile city appearances, catch them this week.

November 19, 2007 | Short Lists
Getting to Know You

A concert dedicated to one composer—especially one who’s not as familiar as Beethoven or Brahms— can paint a much richer picture of his music than a single symphony would.

November 12, 2007 | Feature
Show and Tell: ‘Opus Jazz’

New York City Ballet soloists Ellen Bar and Sean Suozzi set out to create a film updating Opus Jazz to 21st-century New York.

November 12, 2007 | Short List
They Talk, Too?

Choreographers step out of the studio to discuss their work.

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