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Some Ranting and the Ciociara Media Round-Up

My review is posted. No links yet for Janos Gereben or Allan Ulrich's reviews. Joshua Kosman, Chron Anne Midgette, Washington Post Stephen Smoliar, Examiner.com Zachary Wolfe, NYTimes David Wright, Classical Review Michael Ferguson in...Show More Summary

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Over on Facebook - I can't quite believe I am writing this - there's an interesting discussion of open or soon-to-be-open orchestral posts. The discussion started when Anne Midgette posted a link to her article about Christoph Eschenbach's...Show More Summary

Eschenbach Leaving NSO

Christoph Eschenbach, the music director of the National Symphony Orchestra, will become conductor laureate at the end of the 2016-17 season. A search committee has been formed to determine who his successor will be. Anne Midgette has a fine article about Eschenbach's tenure that pulls no punches. Show More Summary

Alan Gilbert Media Roundup

Might as well! Michael Cooper breaks the story......and talks a bit about possible (types of) successors Anne Midgette writes thoughtfully about what worked and didn't with Gilbert and whether his changes will last. Her remarks on Gilbert in the core repertory certainly accord with what I heard during his guest appearances in SF. Justin Davidson Anastasia Tsioulcas George Grella

Into the woods of musicals’ sounds: Two critics on what sings on stage and screen

The impending opening of “Into the Woods” prompted music critic Anne Midgette and theater critic Nelson Pressley to compare notes on their very different takes on the last major movie of a Sondheim musical, Tim Burton’s “Sweeney Todd,” and on what makes a movie musical work.Read full article >>

More on 2014

Over at WQXR, Anne Midgette, David Patrick Stearns, and Zachary Woolfe have an excellent wrap-up of the year's highlights and lowlights. Also worth noting is a comprehensive list by George Grella. He's absolutely right about the Harbison disc — the...

Part of the Answer, At Least

Here's Alex Ross talking to Gabe Meline at KQED about classical music criticism, the job, in connection with the Rubin Institute.And a Twitter exchange with Anne Midgette: (That should be Joshua Rifkin, of course.)

Publicity Comes in All Shapes and Colors

From the Washington Post comes news that pianist Dejan Lazic has asked that the paper remove a concert review written by critic Anne Midgette back in 2010. His request is based on the European Union's Right to Be Forgotten ruling.Oy vey. Show More Summary

Two critics face off over “War Requiem” as performed by the BSO with Marin Alsop

Anne Midgette: I’ve had a couple of chances this month to weigh in on Benjamin Britten’s “War Requiem,” a work that I admire in theory, but have never managed to love. Britten would have been 100 on Nov. 22, and the “War Requiem” — premiered...Show More Summary

Anne Midgette review: Wagner’s ‘Parsifal’ is a fine fit for NSO’s classical concert staging

To mark one of classical music’s notable bicentennials, Washington’s fall season has gotten underway with a double dose of Wagner. First, there was “Tristan und Isolde” at the Washington National Opera in September, in which the conducting took precedence over the nice, unobjectionable staging. Show More Summary

US Coast Guard Foundation Presents US$400,000 Check

Anne Brengle, president of the Coast Guard Foundation, presented the check to Rear Adm. Fred Midgette, commander of the Coast Guard 9th District at a ceremony in Cleveland.

You Are My Hero, Andy Doe

Read his comeback to the "but classical music is dying" crowd, and also Anne Midgette.

Talking headspace

2 years agoArts : Parterre Box

Our Own JJ (pictured) joins in the debate over the Düsseldorf Tannhäuser with Anne Midgette and John Berry.

Carter Obituaries & Blog Postings

There'll be more. Allan Kozinn in the NY Times Mark Berry (Boulezian) Anne Midgette in the WashPost Alex Ross Patty Mitchell (OboeInsight) Tim Mangan Boosey & Hawkes

The State of Opera Today

A roundtable discussion including one of my favorite music critics, Anne Midgette, on NPR. [ Comment on this story ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]

A Remaining Question

If you read through the comments at the NY Times on either of the two articles about ONGate and over at Anne Midgette's blog posting, you'll see a couple of thoughts surfacing with some regularity: There's an inherent conflict of interest when somebody at ON reviews the Met. Show More Summary

‘Aaron Barnhart post struck a chord with me’

Letter to Romenesko From ANNE MIDGETTE, classical music critic, Washington Post: Your post about Aaron Barnhart struck a chord with me, because I encountered something similar when I went on maternity leave from October to January. During my almost-three-month absence, I had a lot of readers contact me and contact my editors to ask what … Read More

Opera takes a look at the 1950s fitness and dance crazes

If you remember Charles Atlas and Arthur Murray, or just love “Mad Men” and the 1950s, then “Positions 1956” might be for you. That’s the theme of an opera-in-the-making. Anne Midgette, the Washington Post classical music critic, reminds us that there is a workshop Wednesday night at 7:30 at Artisphere on this work. Read full article >>

Contest Reactions, Here and There

Time to start tracking the reactions around the blogosphere: Anne Midgette throws down a gauntlet that I am looking at squinty-eyed. Elaine Fine at Musical Assumptions is "taken aback;" not entering but answering the first question anyway. Show More Summary

More on Golijov

Osvaldo Golijov defends his work Sidereus, in an interview with Dan Wakin of the New York Times. Anne Midgette has also been musing on the matter. As I commented in a New Yorker blog post, I hope very much that...

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