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Once again, if you were me, you’d want to be in three places tonight. So much going on. So much. So. Much. For example! You could—and should—attend the excellent Archipelago Chamber Music Series at Galapagos Art Space for a wild evening of music about, yes, love. The first half will be Corey Dargel singing his very cool, [...]

This weekend I’m totally in operagoer heaven, at least for me, because I’ve got great seats to the Metropolitan Opera’s production of Lulu. So this Saturday, from noon until five, I’ll be bathed in the decadent sounds of Alban Berg’s gloriously brutal depiction of a woman’s undoing.  For me, this one show is a demonstration [...]

Sometimes it is easy, for me anyway, to dedicate the rare and all-too-precious resources of my free time—the time I am not working, the time wherein I go to concerts, movies, take walks, etc.—to events that are not musical.  Every few weeks or so I see a film (though sadly of late I’ve only seen [...]

Hello SundayArts readers. I’m pleased to be your new blogger about classical music, and to be sharing this space with the esteemed writer from Symphony Magazine, Jennifer Melick.  A little about me: while yes I too am a freelance journalist, I’m mostly a composer.  So I’ll be bringing you things from that perspective, writing about [...]

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