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Alicia Zuckerman

April 18, 2005 | Theater
New York Stage: The Thomashefsky Project

The theater was being used to be a real forum of ideas. There’s a whole avant-garde, experimental side—the public has lost a sense of that.

March 28, 2005 | Feature
Influences: Paul Taylor

Now wrapping his 50th season, the dancer reveals his love for Handel—and dead mice.

February 7, 2005 | Feature
Composer: David Lang

This week at BAM, the busy composer David Lang premieres Amelia, a furiously athletic pointe-driven work.

December 6, 2004 | Feature
Robot Master: Eric Singer

Five years ago, musician and engineer Eric Singer founded LEMUR, the League of Electronic Musical Urban Robots.

November 29, 2004 | Feature
A ‘Nutcracker’ Family Album

Celebrating a half-century of Sugarplum Fairies, first trips to the ballet, and a perpetual cash machine.

November 29, 2004 | Feature
Conductor: Alondra De La Parra

This week, the up-and-comer will lead the Mexican American Symphony Orchestra in its debut at Town Hall.

November 15, 2004 | Feature
John Adams

Composer And Curator Of The “In Your Ear” Festival At Carnegie Hall.

November 8, 2004 | Feature
We Need A New Name For “World Music”

A friend once remarked to me that the term “world music” evokes an annoying Pan flute.

November 1, 2004 | Feature
Pamela Z

Pamela Z, the Bay Area experimental singer, performs her opera Voci.

October 4, 2004 | Intelligencer
Playing by Ear

Beethoven’s hearing loss resonates with this similarly affected—and talented—pianist.

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