Notes on André Previn.
The MIT prof, Cesar Hildago, is studying how long famous people endure after they're gone. His estimate is five to 30 years.
We should be discerning in our applause and praise, giving it when we see a good job well done.
The Velvet Underground Experience: A miss.
His persona may be fake, but his artistry is sublime.
Jay Nordlinger on encores in the concert hall and opera house.
Classical music need not beg for an audience.
Under his baton, the glorious music made up for so-so staging and ugly costumes.
Impeccable sets and outstanding performers bring Puccini’s music to life.
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