Possessed by the MoonBy Adolf Alzuphar
A new golden age of Haitian classical music is coming soon, as beautiful as the ones before it.
Into the BlueBy Scott Gutterman
From a single session in 1939 grew an inimitable label devoted to jazz with a feeling, as they described it. Blue Note moved from swing into bebop, then fell into its role, for about 10 years, as the defining label of hard bop.
Ostrava Days, Ostrava, Czech Republic, August 20–21, 2021By Martin Longley
Ostrava Days Festival is a biennial new-music festival founded, and still helmed, by the longtime New Yorker, flutist, and composer Petr Kotík, who was born in Prague.
“A Totally Integrated Club Scene”: New York, New Music: 1980–1986 at the Museum of the City of New YorkBy Matthew Pessar Joseph
Now, 1980s music has become anything but underground. Perhaps spurred by the cost of once artistically vibrant downtown neighborhoods like the East Village and SoHo, nostalgia for the decade has reached new heights.
Time, Lost and RegainedBy George Grella
This past August, TIME:SPANS combined last years postponed programming with a new 2021 schedule and presented 11 concerts. That number of evenings dedicated to music from the first or second Viennese Schools would be definitive, but near a quarter way into the 21st century, a listener is barely getting a partial survey of whats happening on the contemporary scene.