Sheesh, you know you’re busy when your own blog doesn’t recognize you. I did have time to go see the new Nico Muhly opera last weekend, which I was glad to do. Still, in the words of the amazing Lucy Shelton, who I also interviewed this week, “I love dissonance!” Though I tried to give a fair hand to my review in Bachtrack, this wonderful site that lists classical music happenings internationally. I wrote a few for them last month too, this may become addictive.
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