- April 12, 2010 | The Classical Music Review
- Talent Times Three
Celebrating Thomas Adès, the composer-pianist-conductor of his generation.
- March 29, 2010 | Feature
- Beethoven’s Kapow
Can Ivan Fischer put the shock back into “Eroica”?
- March 15, 2010
- The Class of '10
After decades of putting up awful buildings, Columbia tries to break its streak.
- March 8, 2010 | Feature
- When the Water Rises
Five architects’ plans for managing a globally warmed future.
- February 24, 2010 | The Classical Music Review
- Just Listen
At the Met’s new Attila, the sets are by Herzog & de Meuron and the costumes by Prada—but the show’s a lot better if you ignore them both.
- February 8, 2010 | Feature
- Bionic Overload
Can machine-made music sing without a composer?
- January 19, 2010 | The Classical Music Review
- It’s All About Domingo
In a pair of Verdi operas at the Met, Plácido fills every possible moment with starpower, to mixed results.
- January 18, 2010 | The Classical Music Review
- After 24 Years, the Met Finally Has a Great ‘Carmen’ Again
Justin Davidson on the Metropolitan Opera's Carmen.
- January 4, 2010 | The Classical Music Review
- Literary Notes
A director melds classic poetry and music, seeking more than the sum of the parts.
- December 21, 2009 | Reasons to Love New York 2009
- 29. Because the Ghastliest Highway Imaginable Can Become a Muse
Sufjan Stevens' BQE Symphony.