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September 1, 2008
What You Won’t Hear This Season

This is the fall of absences.

September 1, 2008
Daniel Barenboim, Still Busy

Nobody has made more noise for classical music than Daniel Barenboim.

September 1, 2008
That Party for Lenny

Marin Alsop wishes Bernstein a happy 90th.

September 1, 2008
On Trading ‘Sex and the City’ for Sanskrit Verse

All Doug Cuomo ever wanted was to write an opera.

September 1, 2008
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.

September 1, 2008
Ethel’s All-American World Music

Ethel, the anti-genre string quartet, is back from a year on the road.

September 1, 2008
The Season in Classical & Dance

Performances by the San Francisco Symphony, the American Ballet Theatre, and more.

September 1, 2008
That “Laura Bush” Novel…

Maybe you’ve heard a little something about Curtis Sittenfeld’s American Wife.

September 1, 2008
Toni Morrison’s History Lesson

A novel about slavery in which race is almost incidental.

September 1, 2008
Here They Come Again…

John Updike and Philip Roth tackle living with the consequences of destructive choices this fall.

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