We were both English-speaking ex-patriots living in Istanbul, and John Ash’s poetry spoke eloquently to that shared experience.
Camile Bertault is an uncommon talent. She has a crystalline voice, good intonation, understands the rhythmic and harmonic underpinnings of jazz and has a prodigious memory.
After 61 years – and a slew of rule changes and category alterations – the Grammys remain the most philistine of our major shiny statue ceremonies.
José Luis Trueba Lara’s anti-popularist history is the truest kind of people’s history.
Every organization in the Barr Foundation’s charmed circle — large arts groups and The ARTery — have a financial stake in reinforcing the belief that the Barr’s money is being put to supremely successful use.
If you have not read John Berger, by the end of this biography you’re likely to feel an urgent need to pick up one of his books.
Classical music continued to thrive, locally and globally, in 2019.
Our demanding critics choose the best (and the most disappointing) films of the year.
Our expert music critics serve up their usual highly eclectic round-up of the year’s most memorable.
Our critics sound off on some of their most striking visual art experiences this year.