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For devotees of new music, the past few weeks have presented almost too many choices in New York. The predominant composer is probably Louis Andriessen, the focus of events at Carnegie Hall over the span from April 9 to May 10—covered by fellow SundayArts bloggers Daniel Felsenfeld and James C. Taylor. But there were also [...]

George Steel is the founder and conductor of the Gotham City Orchestra and Vox Vocal Ensemble. For more than 11 years, he transformed Columbia University’s Miller Theater into an acclaimed showcase for both early and modern music. In February of 2009 after just a few months running the Dallas Opera, he was tapped to head [...]

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