Alex Ross - The rest is noise
Alex Ross - The rest is noise is a English-speaking blog specialized in the field of classical music and opera. As such, Alex Ross - The rest is noise is a qualified source of soclassiq, like The Unheard Beethoven or On An Overgrown Path and many others. The oldest article indexed by soclassiq is dated 2014-10-06. Since then, a total of 556 articles have been written and published by Alex Ross - The rest is noise.
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The last article in Alex Ross - The rest is noise, "Sunrise hike", is dated 2020-11-29. By 2019, this source had published 70 articles (69 since the beginning of 2020). Over the past 12 months, Alex Ross - The rest is noise has published an average of 6 articles per month.
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David Elliott, the longtime mainstay of WHRB, the Harvard radio station, died yesterday at the age of seventy-eight, after a two-year struggle with ALS. For decades, David had been a pillar of the Boston classical-music scene, conducting countless interviews on...
I received a wonderful book-finishing gift from my colleague and friend Will Robin: a short illustrated version of Wagner's Ring, published in 1964, with illustrations by Warren Chappell and text by none other than John Updike. A section of Wagnerism...
New and recent releases of interest. Ash Fure, Something to Hunt; International Contemporary Ensemble, Interlochen Arts Academy Orchestra, Nate Wooley, Rebekah Heller, Brandon Lopez (Sound American) Clara Iannotta, Earthing; JACK Quartet (Wergo) Sarah Hennies, Spectral Malsconcities, Unsettle; Bearthoven, Bent Duo...
George Lewis, a pivotal figure in early twenty-first century American music, is spending the academic year in Berlin, on a fellowship at the Wissenschaftskolleg. He will be completing his new chamber opera Comet/Poppea, a hybrid work combining a setting of...
I have been reading with much enjoyment Dialogues on Listening, Composing, and Culture, a new book of conversations between Julian Anderson and Christopher Dingle. I was, however, somewhat nonplussed to come across Anderson saying this of my book The Rest...