A trio of new ballet books offer messages of inclusion and acceptance that both celebrate ballet and acknowledge some of its problems.
Two fine books for children that draw on music to deliver inspiring messages.
Telemann’s music here is a delight, often resembling, in style, appeal, and high craftmanship, what we find in Handel’s operas and oratorios.
With the beguiling Remain in Love, Talking Heads drummer Chris Frantz puts a refreshing spin on a familiar genre.
The record celebrates everything that has made Blue Öyster Cult such an enduring presence — yet it sounds totally in the moment.
Lovecraft Country is quite a thrill ride at times, its heady balance of realism and fantasy spiced up with an intoxicating dose of science fiction and time travel.
Brief and incessant, repetitive and spiraling, Panthers & the Museum of Fire offers a illuminating perspective on an internal drama: how trivial moments can become pivotal in the development of a writer.
In this satisfying memoir, Go-Go’s bassist and quintessential rock chick Kathy Valentine shares her experiences as a member of the most successful all-girl rock band of all time.
An unabridged text of an incisive, harrowing, and absorbing eyewitness account of the Gulag has finally been published in English translation.
In Only For Dolphins, Bronson serves up his usual brand of excessive escapism, but it is offset by just enough emotional depth to suggest that he is maturing as a person and an artist.