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The Young Rembrandt: not a prodigy

Written on:March 18, 2020
The Young Rembrandt: not a prodigy

Leading orchestras and musicians move to free online performances in response to the coronavirus pandemic

Written on:March 18, 2020
Leading orchestras and musicians move to free online performances in response to the coronavirus pandemic

An appreciation of jazz pianist McCoy Tyner, 1938-2020

Written on:March 16, 2020
An appreciation of jazz pianist McCoy Tyner, 1938-2020

Shternshis:  When Jewish Humour Divides Us

Written on:March 6, 2020
Shternshis:  When Jewish Humour Divides Us

Photography Friday: Philip Bewley

Written on:March 6, 2020
Photography Friday: Philip Bewley

Visiting with ‘Lucian Freud’ at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Written on:March 2, 2020
Visiting with ‘Lucian Freud’ at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

In ‘Hunters,’ Al Pacino and his gang of vigilantes target Nazis in 1970s America

Written on:February 28, 2020
In ‘Hunters,’ Al Pacino and his gang of vigilantes target Nazis in 1970s America

She was just a Miller’s daughter: ENO revives a middle-period Verdi

Written on:February 23, 2020
She was just a Miller’s daughter: ENO revives a middle-period Verdi

From caftan to opera hat: the greatest living playwright takes on the Jewish bourgeoisie and its destruction

Written on:February 21, 2020
From caftan to opera hat: the greatest living playwright takes on the Jewish bourgeoisie and its destruction

What Lies Between Jokes and Art

Written on:February 17, 2020
What Lies Between Jokes and Art