Hersch

Review: A Pianist Makes Carnegie Hall His Home

6 days ago   |   NY Times

Igor Levit returned to New York after streaming dozens of concerts from his apartment during the pandemic.
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5 Things to Do This Weekend

9 monthes ago   |   NY Times

Our critics and writers have selected noteworthy cultural events to experience virtually.
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Burna Boy's Cry for Nigeria, and 9 More New Songs

One year ago   |   NY Times

Hear tracks by Jade Bird, Nothing, Fred Hersch and others.
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Dolly Parton Promises Hope, and 10 More New Songs

One year ago   |   NY Times

Hear tracks by Rosalía and Travis Scott, Nicole Atkins, Bright Eyes and others.
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How Pop and Jazz Revisited the Past in 13 Boxed Sets

2 years ago   |   NY Times

Reissued and repackaged recordings are a chance to reconsider careers and unearth gems.
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Critic's Notebook: Cancer Haunts a Composer's Life and Work

3 years ago   |   NY Times

Michael Hersch's latest piece, “I hope we get a chance to visit soon,” includes settings of emails he exchanged with a friend dying of the disease.
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Fred Hersch: The First Time I Played for Charles Mingus

4 years ago   |   NY Times

He was a young, cocky jazz musician, making his way in the New York jazz world. And then, one night, the intimidating Charles Mingus walked into the club.
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Jazz at Lincoln Center Announces New Season

4 years ago   |   NY Times

Wynton Marsalis, Chick Corea and Kurt Elling will perform, starting in September.
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Review: Sept. 11's Monumental Despair, Evoked by Solo Piano

5 years ago

A three-concert festival devoted to Michael Hersch's chamber music closed on Sunday with Jacob Rhodebeck's performance of “The Vanishing Pavilions.”
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Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott is one of forty sculptors selected for on form 18, a biennial exhibition of sculpture in stone at Asthall Manor in the Cotswolds. She joins world renowned and... Read more ...

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Everett Lee, Who Broke Color Barriers on the Conductor's Podium, Dies at 105

He was known as the first Black conductor on Broadway and the first to conduct a white orchestra in the South. Mr. Lee went on to a successful career in Europe. Read more ...

Broadway Meets the Avant-Garde in a Juilliard Music Festival

Focus, a weeklong event starting Sunday, delves into the broad range of American sounds in the first half of the 20th century. Read more ...

A New Coalition Amplifies Disability Culture in the Music Industry

RAMPD, an organization of professional disabled musicians, will push for accessibility in the music industry, including adding visible ramps to awards show stages. Read more ...

A Dollhouse You Could Call Home

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Brick House in Madrid / Tuñón y Albornoz Arquitectos

Brick House in Madrid / Tuñón y Albornoz Arquitectos

Tuñón y Albornoz Arquitectos Location: Aravaca, 28023 Madrid, Spain Project Year: 2021 Photographs: Luis Asín Area: 871.0 m2 Read more ...

‘The Tiger Rising' Review: A Cage of Clichés

A lonely boy finds an ally when he discovers a caged tiger in a forest behind his home, but imagination is somehow short-lived in this children's movie. Read more ...

‘Salt in My Soul' Review: Living, Even Thriving, With Illness

This documentary reconstructs the life of Mallory Smith, who died at 25 after a lifelong battle with cystic fibrosis. Read more ...