by pieces of moments
What a pleasure to read the following in the New York Times:
Mindless, clichéd, indiscriminate cheerleading is the last thing classical music needs just now, as it finds itself increasingly challenged to prove its relevance in the multicultural, anti-elitist, pop-saturated arts climate of the 21st century.
Topic? Mmmmmozart … mostly. Okay, okay, I took the opportunity as a cheap Mozart shot. It’s more about flailing around gratuitous love of a composer’s oeuvre with little display of a critical ear (why does it always have to be Mozart, people?!). Continue reading here.