Time Out New York Archive

I was on the TONY editorial staff from 2009 to 2010, contributing near-weekly in the Classical & Opera section as Contributing Editor and as the interim Books Editor, while also occasionally writing for the Film and Features sections. I also contributed to the 2011 Time Out New York and Time Out New York Shortlist guidebooks.


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Time Out, July 2012

Hahn, Solo

Hilary Hahn joins her alma mater in a Pulitzer-winning concerto at Carnegie Hall

Time Out, February 2011

Sheer Biss

Pianist Jonathan Biss makes his debut at Carnegie Hall, eschews perfection

Time Out, January 2011

It’s Good to Be the Tsar

René Pape’s got a brand new bag in the Met’s Boris Godunov

Time Out, October 2010

The Voice of the Phil

Listening to YouTube clips of Strauss with Alec Baldwin

Time Out, September 2010

Rebecca Traister: Big Girls Don’t Cry

Salon’s political reporter examines the battle of the sexes in the 2008 presidential race

Time Out, September 2010

My Life as a Russian Novel

Emmanuel Carrère turns his trademark, psychologically-probing third-person narrative onto himself

Time Out, August 2010

The Polyphonic Spree

Pianist Pierre-Laurent Aimard penetrates the world of Bach

Time Out, August 2010

Kafka on the Score

Based on The Trial Salvatore Sciarrino’s La porta della legge suggests that the past is ever-present

Time Out, July 2010

Come a Little Bit Closer

Franz Schrecker’s Distant Sound closes in at Bard

Time Out, JULY 2010

First, He Takes Manhattan

After the LA Phil, Esa-Pekka Salonen hits New York. Hard.

Time Out, June 2010

¡Bienvenido Gustavo!

Classical music’s newly-appointed messiah would rather stick to being a maestro

Time out, May 2010

Jonas Kaufmann, Tortured Artist

With a pair of albums and two Met appearances, the German sex symbol is all about fourplay

Time Out, April 2010

Jeremy Denk, Incompetent Pianist

He’ll do anything. Except play by the rules.

Time Out, April 2010

Yes, You Really Can Just Call up Björk

Daniel Bjarnason sheds light on the Icelandic musical landscape.

Time Out, March 2010

Meet Missy Mazzoli

The stock of Brooklyn’s post-millennial Mozart continues to rise

Time Out, February 2010

Go for the Gold

Vancouver may have the Winter Games, but New York is awash in Olympic-class musical talent this month

Time Out, February 2010

The Classical Rebel

Simone Dinnerstein brings her personal touch to Bach and concert repertoire

Time Out, February 2010

Choose Your Diva

Feverish for fierce femmes but don't know your way around an opera house? Let us help

Time Out, September 2009