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Music and Vision - Reviews - March 30
CD Spotlight. Assertive Performances

Meeting in Music - March 30
John Holloway plays Schmelzer and Biber

ArtsJournal: music - March 30
A Culture Of Offense Has Crept In To Canadian Universities

ArtsJournal: music - March 30
William McPherson, 84 - Pulitzer-Winning Book Critic Who Chronicled His Own Descent Into Poverty

ArtsJournal: music - March 30
Signs Of Conservative Support For Funding The NEA

ArtsJournal: music - March 29
When A TV Show Is A TV Show Is A Movie

ArtsJournal: music - March 29
DC's Georgetown Looks To Its Historic Canal For A Signature Park

parterre box - March 29
Baton vs. glass ceiling

ArtsJournal: music - March 29
The "Fearless Girl" Statue On Wall Street Will Now Stay In Place

ArtsJournal: music - March 29
Does Power Corrupt? Not Necessarily - But It Brings Out Your True Self

ArtsJournal: music - March 29
Where Is The Literary World's Greater Sense Of Outrage? (It Can't Be All ABout Trump)

ArtsJournal: music - March 29
How To Find Meaning Beyond Your Work

Norman Lebrecht - Slipped disc - March 29
The man who whistled up The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

ArtsJournal: music - March 29
Dame Vera Lynn, Becomes Oldest Musician To Have A Top-10 Hit

South Florida Classical Review - March 29
Critic’s Choice

ArtsJournal: music - March 29
Teaching Computers To Read: A Short History Of Optical Character Recognition

Joe's Concert Reviews - March 29
Metropolitan Opera – Beethoven’s Fidelio. March 28, 2017.

ArtsJournal: music - March 29
This Year's List: The Most-Visited Art Exhibitions In 2016

Norman Lebrecht - Slipped disc - March 29
What’s wrong with the New York Philharmonic? Look at Boston…

ArtsJournal: music - March 29
Jesse Green Had *Not* Planned On Being A Critic, Let Alone A Theater Critic (And Now He's Headed To The New York Times)

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