In March, 2020, the world ground to a halt - and we spent a lot of time talking about it, in articles, in podcasts, and in online panels and symposia. For my recent appearances, see my Shutdown page, linked here.
PBS NewsHour: Remembering opera singer Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau. 5/2012
PBS NewsHour: More on Fischer-Dieskau. 5/2012
NBC Nightly News: Metropolitan Opera to investigate James Levine for alleged sexual misconduct. 12/2017
Rubin Institute: "Creativity and Criticism," public panel with Alex Ross and others. 10/2014
Aria Code (NPR/WNYC):
All Songs Considered (NPR): The 2010s: classical music's decade of reckoning (Tom Huizenga, host).
Classical Classroom (NPR): Critiquing Anne Midgette. 9/2018
The American Interest: Zoom discussion with classical music critic Anne Midgette. 5/2020
The Next Track (UK/USA):
The Covid-19 shutdown. 5/2020
The David Taylor Podcast (UK): Anne Midgette on classical music in the age of Covid-19. 4/2020
The In Series: Video podcast in the Covid-19 shutdown series "In Series in our Pajamas." 5/2020
Two Broads Talking Politics: The politics of art. 2017
The Conversation Series: an interview about leaving The Washington Post, with Patrick McCoy.
WNYC: an archive of appearances on Soundcheck, the Brian Lehrer Show, and other segments produced by New York's public radio station, going back to 2007. Don't miss the "Soundcheck Smackdown" in which I face off with Norman Lebrecht.
NPR: Ten questions for a critic: the state of classical music (with Tom Huizenga; 11/2009).
Performance Today, with Fred Child, Classical MPR: Changing the narrative about women in music (3/2018).
The Kojo Nnamdi show, WAMU, Washington DC: Bassoons and Budget Problems; the future of classical music in the region (8/2019) and Classical music for the big screen (1/2011).
WETA, Washington DC: A conversation about working with Leon Fleisher on his memoir, 'My Nine Lives' (11/2010).