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William Christie master classes tend to be well attended and eagerly anticipated. This is partly because of his reputation as founder of the superb baroque orchestra Les Arts Florissants, which he founded in 1979. He has an encyclopedic knowledge of French baroque music and an ability as a native English-speaker to speak eloquently about it. [...]

Last Sunday, going stir crazy on a nasty rainy day, I took (dragged) my son and a friend of my daughter’s out to hear a woodwind quintet called PUFF! at South Orange Performing Arts Center in NJ ($10–15). The ensemble, in residence at Juilliard (an participants in the upcoming Focus! Festival, details after the jump), [...]

I’ve been obsessing over and worrying about one of my favorite subjects lately: how to get more arts stuff for free. (I’ve written about this topic at SundayArts before: here and here and here and here.) With the economy in its current state, “free” of course is a big topic this year—just look at all [...]

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