Book Review: Steve Reich’s “Conversations” — Something Special

September 15, 2022
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At its best, Steve Reich’s Conversations is illuminating and engaging, an honest discussion of the creative process by one of the major composers of our times.

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Classical CD Reviews: Birringer Duo’s “Lifelines,” Steve Reich’s “Drumming,” and Liza Stepanova’s “Tones and Colors”

April 30, 2018
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The Birringer Duo’s disc is a terrific, engaging release, The Colin Currie Group’s performance is nothing short of a powerhouse, and pianist Liza Stepanova plays with lots of character and color.

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Classical CD Review: Michael Nicolas’ “Transitions” (Sono Luminus)

May 23, 2016
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Overall, with Transitions Michael Nicolas proves himself a major cellist of his generation.

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Coming Attractions in Underground Music: March 2012

March 4, 2012
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March brings a solid lineup of experimental music, including electronic and indie rock shows. The indisputable highlight of the month is Steve Reich at MIT.

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Composer Steve Reich, Or The More Less the Better

December 21, 2007
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By William Webster New Yorker music critic Alex Ross’ recent positive review of a concert featuring the compositions of Steve Reich at New York’s Carnegie Hall made me look forward to the presentation of the same program at Boston’s New England Conservatory of Music late last month. Reich has garnered considerable attention and respect as…

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