If Felix Mendelssohn was the genre-defining master of Romanticism, Dmitri Shostakovich was the master of disguising acerbic expressions against the ...
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Israeli author Etgar Keret plays with fantasy in "Suddenly, a Knock on the Door," his latest collection of short stories.
The Boston Symphony Orchestra captured the piece's emotions with control and power. The orchestra will give its final performance of the piece tonight.
From the Arts Board, tips to help get you through that paper. Russia had its first influx of classical music in the Romantic period of the 1800s. Given the tourtured-artist motif that charactarized many Romantic writers and composers, including Tchaikovsky, it seems fitting to turn to the Russian repertoire as a response to crippling writer’s block. The somber and often harrowing moments of the music only add to the sublime, manic joy interspersed throughout the repertoire. The Arts Board hopes you enjoy indulging in Russian classical music while dealing with the the destabilizing mood of writer's block.
Designing a concert hall with the best conditions for classical music remains as opaque as ever. Advances in modern science have mystified the process further.
I spend a stupid amount of time being nostalgic.
“Simple Song” explores death and showcases The Shins’ elegance
French writer Michel Houellebecq has inspired as much critical admiration and literary devotion as he has incited animosity and dispute.
There is a sacred tradition among Arts Chairs of picking up articles and writing them during production—a full 48 hours ...
“The Third Reich,” itself exhibiting elements of the detective genre, should be viewed through the lens of a master detective: every sign is indicative of a narrative, and every detail further complicates the layers of complexity already present.
The BSO coupled restraint with its trademark power to spellbinding effect.
The BSO triumphs alongside Yo-Yo Ma despite its star conductor's resignation.
Like the Gospel of Matthew, Henri Cole’s new collection of poems begins with a genealogy.