Arts FeatureNovember 13, 2019

Review: ‘Pipe Dreams’ Strikes A Competitive Chord

Five competitors attack the keyboards at an international pipe organ competition in Montreal

Hearing HorrorOctober 30, 2019

Infrasound: The Terrifying Tonality

By Owen Wood As my classmates have been demonstrating in their posts, sound design and music are crucial

My Year with MozartOctober 24, 2019

Why is ‘Don Giovanni’ the world’s greatest opera?

By Lawrence Toppman Yes, that title requires an assumption. Because “DG” premiered in Prague 232 years ago next

News & FeaturesOctober 22, 2019

Conductor and Composer Raymond Leppard – A Champion Of The Old And The New – Has Died

The British conductor, harpsichordist and scholar helped reignite interest in works by composers like Monteverdi — but he also championed new works and wrote notable film scores of his own.

Hearing HorrorOctober 21, 2019

“Sing, My Little Pigeon!”: Mr. Hyde and the Musical Uncanny

By Max Lilburn In his 1919 essay The Uncanny, psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud theorized that things that are uncanny