- October 29, 2007 |
- Santiago Calatrava
Whether they’re built or not (and at least one will be), his designs imagine our city in gloriously exuberant terms.
- October 22, 2007 | The Classical Music Review
- Vital Organist
Paul Jacobs can shake the rafters—and your soul.
- October 15, 2007 | The Classical Music Review
- Orchestrating Change
The New York Philharmonic is as reliable and consistent as a metronome—and about as dull.
- October 8, 2007 | The Classical Music Review
- Pretty Bloody Good
Natalie Dessay is a fabulous, if not exactly subtle, Lucia.
- October 8, 2007 | Feature
- The Liberation of Daniel Libeskind
The architect who lost the battle over the Freedom Tower (though not, in his opinion, the war) may now build Manhattan’s tallest residential building. And he’s built a whole new career for himself by carefully mining the line between idealism and concession.
- October 1, 2007
- Bond’s Latest Gadget
Herzog & de Meuron’s new condo building for Ian Schrager puts a swingy, dapper spin on the glass curtain wall.
- October 1, 2007 | Feature
- Traveling Man: Esa-Pekka Salonen
On October 5, Miller Theatre will present a Esa-Pekka Salonen retrospective as part of its “Composer Portraits” series. He spoke with Justin Davidson.
- October 1, 2007 | Intelligencer
- See Jane Be Co-opted
A new exhibition shows how Jane Jacobs became famous for the wrong things.
- September 24, 2007 | The Classical Music Review
- Not So Beloved
Margaret Garner, the opera by Richard Danielpour and Toni Morrison, fails its powerful material.
- September 3, 2007 |
- Reviving ‘Vanessa’
On November 4, City Opera revives Vanessa, the superheated love triangle, with the indomitable Lauren Flanigan in the title role.