Wayne Peterson, a prolific composer whose fraught winning of the Pulitzer Prize in 1992 stirred debate about whether experts or average listeners were the best judges of music, died on April 7 in San Francisco. He was 93. His son Grant confirmed the death, in a hospital, which he said came just seven weeks after that of Mr. Peterson’s companion […]
It’s nearly nine years since Julia Stone’s second and most recent solo album, By the Horns, and three and a half years since Angus & Julia Stone’s latest release, Snow. It’s been a time of extensive creative exploration for the elder Stone sibling, ultimately leading to a mid-career artistic rebirth. Working alongside producer and co-writer Thomas Bartlett (aka Doveman) and […]
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The Masked Singer is always big on surprises, though Wednesday night’s episode came from out of leftfield. If you were expecting to see another celebrity unmasked, you were in for a shock. All the remaining six contestants — Black Swan, Chameleon, Piglet, Robopine, Russian Dolls and Yeti — survive to sing another day, as the popular Fox series went with […]
Paul Kellogg, an innovative impresario who led the Glimmerglass Opera in Cooperstown, N.Y., and later, during a dynamic and financially precarious period, also led the New York City Opera, died on Wednesday at a hospital in Cooperstown. He was 84. His death was announced by the Glimmerglass Festival, as the company is now called. No cause was given. Mr. Kellogg […]
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