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Composer David Lang Thinks the Pulitzer Prize Is Creepy, Would Rather Bang on a Can
With his influential alternative music marathon this weekend, the anti-institutional artist grapples with accolades
· June 20, 2014
A Big Jewish Pianist With Unremarkable Hands
Jonathan Biss stops by Carnegie Hall on his way to recording the full cycle of 32 Beethoven sonatas
· February 11, 2014
Theater & Dance
Oz Pearlman Can Read Your Mind, but Is He the Next Great Jewish Magician?
Marathoner, former Wall Streeter, mentalist, the entertainer builds from Jesus’ initial trick of turning water into wine
· July 9, 2013