by Allee Manning Music conservatory students and faculty of all musical backgrounds filled the Choral Hall for esteemed singer/songwriter and composer Gabriel Kahane’s master class on April 3. Kahane boasts [Read More…]
by Scott Interrante Franklin Bruno’s career has been defined by dichotomies. Receiving a PhD in Philosophy from UCLA, he has published academic work in the field of analytical philosophy as [Read More…]
by Alina Suriel Student listeners in the know found themselves underground in the music conservatory’s basement last month. In a way, the novelty of the show was that it absolutely wasn’t the [Read More…]
by Thomas J. Stevenson In regard to Ms. Hart’s op-ed, titled “Women in Whitson’s,” I feel that I should clarify the specific nature of the Stood as a space.
By Scott Interrante Last week, Purchase Opera mounted its production of Johann Strauss II’s operetta Die Fledermaus (The Bat). Staged by Jacque Trussel and conducted by Hugh Murphy, this decidedly [Read More…]