- April 20, 2009 | Intelligencer
- Power Conservation
When it was completed, in 1904, the IRT powerhouse was a colossus of industrial might.
- April 6, 2009 | Feature
- The Fellowship of “The Ring”
As the Met retires its graybeard production, the Wagner cult will be in full force.
- March 30, 2009 | Feature
- Man of Steel
New York City Opera’s charismatic new director has superhuman challenges ahead. To which he says, Bring it!
- March 23, 2009 | Intelligencer
- St. Anywhere
It’s impossible to legislate weirdness, which is a sad thing for the city’s architectural heritage.
- March 23, 2009 | The Classical Music Review
- A Modest ‘Honor’
Jessye Norman’s tribute to African-American music.
- March 2, 2009
- Low-Income? You’re Kidding!
Two architects offer far more than lip service to affordable housing.
- February 23, 2009
- Bully for Tully
Lincoln Center’s battered chamber-music hall gets a triumphant rehabilitation.
- February 16, 2009 | The Classical Music Review
- One Marriage, Four Hands
György and Márta Kurtág, joined in life and at Zankel Hall.
- February 9, 2009 | Feature
- The Art of Survival
Chamber-music superstars the Emerson Quartet continue to thrive after 30 years.
- February 2, 2009 |
- A Delicate Colossus
The Standard Hotel is a big, brawny exhibitionist with a surprisingly sensitive touch.