The Covid-19 Shutdown

The Covid-19 shutdown has devastated businesses across the entertainment world, and will transform the classical music field in ways we can't yet imagine -- painfully, but also, perhaps, excitingly. Here's a selection of what I've recently had to say on the subject. 

The Covid-19 shutdown

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Vanity Fair: Furloughed musicians and a new digital frontier: performing arts in the Covid-19 shutdown. 

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The David Taylor Podcast: I talk to British arts entrepreneur David Taylor about music criticism, the #MeToo movement, and the arts in the time of Covid-19. 

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The Next Track: On this podcast, described as "about how people listen to music today," I discuss the effects of the Covid-19 shutdown as well as my book-in-progress. 

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In Series: I appear on a shutdown-inspired webcast called "IN Conversation IN Our Pajamas" to talk to artistic director Tim Nelson about the shutdown, my book, and the role of a critic in today's music world. 

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The American Interest: The magazine hosted a Zoom discussion with me to talk about my book, women in classical music, and music criticism.