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- Concert composers practice economies of scale. Mermelstein, David // Daily Variety;1/3/2007, Vol. 294 Issue 2, pA1
The article focuses on concert composers composing music for motion pictures. The views of composers on the importance of collaboration and writing music that enhances the movie are presented. The success of classical composers like John Corigliano, Philip Glass at the Oscars for the films "The...
- AMERICAN SOUNDS. // Strad;Aug2008, Vol. 119 Issue 1420, p84
The article reviews the music releases â€œString Poetic," by Jennifer Koh, "Songs and Poems for Solo Cello," by Philip Glass, and "The Red Violin Caprices," by John Corigliano.
- Music Chronicle. Clark, Robert S. // Hudson Review;Fall92, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p459
Reviews two works by John Corigliano, his opera "The Ghosts of Versailles" and "Symphony No. 1."
- The Ghosts of Versailles. HUXHOLD, JOHN // American Record Guide;Sep/Oct2009, Vol. 72 Issue 5, p38
The article reviews the premiere of the revised version of John Corigliano's opera "The Ghost of Vesailles," directed by James Robinson, starring Maria Kanyova and James Westman, and presented by the Opera Theatre of St. Louis on June 17, 2009.
- The Long March of Philip Glass. Davidson, Justin // New York;4/28/2008, Vol. 41 Issue 15, p72
This article reviews the opera "Satyagraha" by Philip Glass, performed at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City in April 2008.
- Glass. Siôn, Pwyll ap // Gramophone;May2012, Vol. 89 Issue 1083, p110
The article reviews the opera "In the Penal Colony," composed by Philip Glass and presented by the Music Theatre Wales Ensemble.
- Glass: Einstein on the Beach. Ranin, Bill // American Record Guide;Sep/Oct2012, p44
The article reviews the opera "Einstein on the Beach," by Philip Glass and Robert Wilson, performed in Toronto, Ontario in June 2012.
- Wexford Festival 2009. Amis, John // Musical Opinion;Jan/Feb2010, Vol. 133 Issue 1474, p33
The article reviews several operas performed at the Wexford Festival 2009 in Ireland including "Une Ã©ducation manquÃ©e," composed by Emmanuel Chabrier and conducted by Christopher Franklin, "Maria Padilla," composed by Gaetano Donizetti and performed by Barbara Quintilian, and "The Ghosts...
- Pulitzer winner breaks boundaries. Ivry, Benjamin // Christian Science Monitor;5/4/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 112, p18
Profiles composer John Corigliano in light of his winning a Pulitzer prize for 'Symphony No. 2.'