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Review: The Met Opera’s ‘Eurydice’ Tries to Raise the Dead
The composer Matthew Aucoin and Sarah Ruhl’s teeming, wearying adaptation of her play is a contemporary vision of the Orpheus myth.
Its all a lot; it can feel like too much. Plain-spoken yet poetic, Ruhls play is the kind in which a scene is devoted simply to Eurydices father creating a room for her out of string about the most h… [+1318 chars]
Zachary Woolfe
2021-11-24 15:30:22




LPO/Mäkelä review – anticipated debut sees young Finnish conductor blend excitement with refinement
Royal Festival Hall, LondonAt just 25, Klaus Mäkelä combines the vivaciousness of youth with a flawless precision to startling and exquisite effect, aided by an immaculate LPOChief conductor of the Oslo Philharmonic and music director of the Orchestre de Pari…
Chief conductor of the Oslo Philharmonic and music director of the Orchestre de Paris at the age of just 25, Finnish-born Klaus Mäkelä has been making waves in Europe of late, though we havent heard … [+1985 chars]
Tim Ashley
2021-11-25 18:43:53




Rankin reveals theatre’s backstage magicians: ‘Audiences would be shocked!’
The photographer has brought directors, door keepers and technicians out of the shadows for a special exhibition celebrating the survival of the West EndThe backstage heroes of the West End of London have been documented by the photographer Rankin in an exhib…
The backstage heroes of the West End of London have been documented by the photographer Rankin in an exhibition of portraits celebrating the resilience and creative range of the theatre industry. Sta… [+5677 chars]
Harriet Sherwood Arts and culture correspondent
2021-11-05 12:25:40




The week in classical: Life, Letters & Friendship; Bluebeard’s Castle – review
Milton Court; Stone Nest; Royal Festival Hall, LondonThe Carducci Quartet get to the heart of Shostakovich, while two very different interpretations of Bartók’s only opera enthralDespite relentless Soviet efforts to tame the music of Dmitri Shostakovich, his …
Despite relentless Soviet efforts to tame the music of Dmitri Shostakovich, his creative spirit always sprang back, as if made of tempered steel, wrote his lifelong friend, the literary critic Isaak … [+5244 chars]
Stephen Pritchard
2021-11-13 12:30:04




Scottish Chamber Orchestra/MacMillan review – Capperauld’s dance of death has style but lacks substance
Queen’s Hall, EdinburghJay Capperauld’s macabre new work – Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Death – is full of orchestral colour but felt unresolved. The premiere was preceded by serene performances of Wagner and Ives A curious concert this from the Scottish C…
A curious concert this from the Scottish Chamber Orchestra and composer/conductor James MacMillan. From the enigmatic opening work, Charles Ives The Unanswered Question through the Adagietto from Mah… [+1942 chars]
Rowena Smith
2021-11-12 13:44:34




Up for Grabs review – Turnage’s deliriously unbuttoned score celebrates thrilling football history
Barbican, LondonMark-Anthony Turnage has channelled his passion for the beautiful game into an electrifying musical tribute to accompany highlights from Arsenal’s 1989 title win over LiverpoolIt’s not often you see the Barbican foyer full of people wearing fo…
Its not often you see the Barbican foyer full of people wearing football shirts and scarves, but then Im pretty sure the BBC Symphony Orchestra has never been involved in a premiere quite like this o… [+2381 chars]
Andrew Clements
2021-11-07 14:04:03




Trailblazing Composer Julia Perry on Music as the Universal Language of Love and Mutual Understanding
"Music has a unifying effect on the peoples of the world, because they all understand and love it... And when they find themselves enjoying and loving the same music, they find themselves loving one another."
Julia Perry (March 25, 1924–April 25, 1979) studied at Juilliard, studied in Paris, spent more than a decade composing a haunting opera based on the Salem witch trials, wrote an operatic ballet based… [+3563 chars]
Maria Popova
2021-11-21 21:11:08




John Lewis accused of copying arrangement of Electric Dreams for Christmas ad
Alt-folk duo say they sent their 2020 cover of the song to the retailer – then found the ‘feeling’ replicatedIt’s become an annual TV moment and one of the staples of the holiday season, but the John Lewis Christmas advert is at the centre of a row after a li…
Its become an annual TV moment and one of the staples of the holiday season, but this years John Lewis Christmas advert is at the centre of a row after a little-known band accused the company of copy… [+3330 chars]
Nadia Khomami and Diane Taylor
2021-11-11 13:40:33




Feast and be merry: 10 UK winter villages for Christmas food and drink
Venues across the UK are celebrating in style this year – but safely outdoors. After the ‘cancelled Christmas’ of 2020, we could all do with a treatThe new winter village at York Minster is a good spot for shopping as well as socialising, with wooden cabins s…
The Winter Village, York The new winter village at York Minster is a good spot for shopping as well as socialising, with wooden cabins selling local food, drinks and gifts. The Smoking Pig serves pu… [+7026 chars]
Rachel Dixon
2021-12-02 07:00:19

A Touring Musician on the Magical, Fleeting Return of Live Concerts
What it’s been like to witness the crumbling, momentary resurgence, and near-instantaneous re-crumbling of live music
It is the view of a lifetime: a sea of 8,488 expectant faces, their collective gaze converging to a single point, which happens to be exactly where I’m standing. Behind me sit about 60 members of the… [+6081 chars]
Ryan Miller
2021-11-15 12:00:00




Madonna, drugs and helicopter-trained dogs: the dark, starry life of William Orbit
He was a techno-classical genius loved by pop stars from U2 to Britney. Then he was sectioned in his 60s after a drug-induced breakdown. The superproducer explains how he came back aroundThere was a point in the early 00s when William Orbit was poised to go i…
There was a point in the early 00s when William Orbit was poised to go interstellar. He was one of the great pop architects of the Y2K era, the Mark Ronson or Jack Antonoff of his day. He produced Ma… [+9912 chars]
Kate Hutchinson
2021-11-19 10:00:32




Stephen Sondheim: a daring and dazzling musical theatre icon
The American composer and lyricist, who has died aged 91, shaped the musical artform with his wise, witty and extravagantly clever workStephen Sondheim achieved such acclaim – for deepening the content and extending the lyrical ingenuity of musical theatre – …
Stephen Sondheim achieved such acclaim for deepening the content and extending the lyrical ingenuity of musical theatre that, from the age of 50, each major birthday was celebrated with tribute conce… [+15766 chars]
Mark Lawson
2021-11-26 23:00:41




Skate your way through a surreal black hole in Solar Ash for PS5
The flow in Solar Ash is incredible — but only when it works. As an avid lover of indie games, I'm always on the hunt for something unique or different in the world of gaming. So when a game like Solar Ash comes out, promising the opportunity to skate around…
Source: Annapurna Interactive As an avid lover of indie games, I'm always on the hunt for something unique or different in the world of gaming. So when a game like Solar Ash comes out, promising the… [+6797 chars]
Rachel Mogan
2021-12-01 18:15:02




Why The Harder They Fall’s director would rather hug a horse than a Wookiee
Jeymes Samuel, director of Netflix’s Black Western The Harder They Fall, explains his love of the genre, what he had to do to update it for 2021, why he gave his period film a reggae and R&B soundtrack, and how the set was full of small miracles. His movie is…
If you buy something from a Polygon link, Vox Media may earn a commission. See our ethics statement.After two minutes of talking to writer-director Jeymes Samuel, his Netflix Western The Harder They … [+8027 chars]
Tasha Robinson
2021-11-13 16:42:34




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4Gamer編集部
2021-11-17 11:20:33




Stream Joan As Police Woman, Tony Allen, & Dave Okumu’s New Album The Solution Is Restless
The Solution Is Restless is a fascinating and deeply rewarding new collaborative album from American rock veteran Joan As Police Woman, English/Austrian musician Dave Okumu, and the late, legendary Nigerian drummer Tony Allen. Don’t let it slip past you on th…
The Solution Is Restless is a fascinating and deeply rewarding new collaborative album from American rock veteran Joan As Police Woman, English/Austrian musician Dave Okumu, and the late, legendary N… [+2658 chars]
Chris DeVille
2021-11-05 17:19:44




Ariana Grande & Kid Cudi – “Just Look Up”
Adam McKay’s new movie Don’t Look Up is a climate change satire about two astronomers who discover a planet-destroying comet on a direct collision course with Earth and try desperately to warn an uncaring government and a complacent public. The star-studded c…
Adam McKay’s new movie Don’t Look Up is a climate change satire about two astronomers who discover a planet-destroying comet on a direct collision course with Earth and try desperately to warn an unc… [+1705 chars]
Peter Helman
2021-12-03 15:34:22




‘Power of the Dog,’ ‘Don’t Look Up’ Among Netflix Films Vying for Music Oscar
Netflix has never won an Oscar for music. But that could change this year, as at least three of its late-year releases are strong candidates for nomination in the original-score category: “The Power of the Dog,” by Jonny Greenwood; “Don’t Look Up,” by Nichola…
Netflix has never won an Oscar for music. But that could change this year, as at least three of its late-year releases are strong candidates for nomination in the original-score category: “The Power … [+3547 chars]
Jon Burlingame
2021-12-03 16:45:29




‘Cyrano’ Qualifies for Unusual Best Original Score Oscar by The National
The National's film score differs enough from their stage musical to put them in contention, along with original songs "Every Letter" and "Something Desperate."
Joe Wright’s “Cyrano,” starring Peter Dinklage and Hayley Bennett, based on the 2018 stage musical by Erica Schmidt (derived from the classic French play of unrequited love from Edmond Rostand), has … [+3057 chars]
Bill Desowitz
2021-11-09 15:30:28




EFG London Jazz Festival 2021 Top Gigs To See
Produced by acclaimed music promoter Serious, this year's festival features more than 300 shows, in 75 venues, proving that live music is truly back.
As one of the capitals most keenly anticipated annual events, the EFG London Jazz Festival never fails to surprise. This years lineup, running from 12-21 November, with big names and emerging acts, i… [+3549 chars]
Joanne Shurvell, Contributor, Joanne Shurvell, Contributor https://www.forbes.com/sites/joanneshurvell/
2021-11-12 22:49:23
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