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September 3, 2007
Young Man With a Baton

Last spring, when the Los Angeles Philharmonic had to pick its next music director, it hired a man whom the American public has hardly heard of: the 26-year-old Gustavo Dudamel.

September 3, 2007
The 42-Year-Old Rookie

Natalie Dessay, finally front and center at the Met.

September 3, 2007
An Acting Conductor in Brooklyn

Even among conductors, Michael Christie is a mad multitasker: he directs the Brooklyn Philharmonic, runs the Phoenix Symphony and the Colorado Music Festival.

September 3, 2007
The Young and the Tireless

The darlings of the classical and dance worlds join forces at ABT.

September 3, 2007
When Google Owns Your Instrument

Daniel Bernard Roumain's musical language includes styles from all over the world. Perhaps the most accurate—and ethnically neutral—label would be a YouTube composer.

September 3, 2007
New York ist ein Berliner

The German capital’s arts scene might even be hotter than ours—so Carnegie Hall is importing its brightest lights.

September 3, 2007
Quite Contrary

All the conventional wisdom on the 2007 cultural season—and some well-informed rebuttals.

September 3, 2007
Best of the Rest: Theater

Beckett, Pinter, Kevin Kline’s big nose, Jennifer Garner (!), a conquistador, and more.

September 3, 2007
Deep-Sea Adventure

Doug Wright does Disney.

September 3, 2007
How Albee’s 'Zoo Story' Birthed 'Peter and Jerry'

How Albee’s Zoo Story birthed Peter and Jerry.

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