Tag Archives: Lincoln Center

The eternal mystery which carries me through the days

The New York Times’s obit for pianist Radu Lupu, sent me back to adolescence and a  conversation with my mother. She had been considering what careers might suit her oldest child. (Sorry, Mom, for putting this into parentheses, but years … Continue reading

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Mysteries of life: Twice I have been famous

As I mentioned, I’ve been sort of famous a couple of times. I wish it had been three times because then I could write “thrice,” but I’m stuck with twice. I’ve retreated from the edge of fame a number of … Continue reading

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The effect of masks on a serious music concert

Yesterday afternoon, for the first time in more than a year and half, I went to Lincoln Center for a chamber music concert at Alice Tully Hall. Outside the hall, there was a short line where friendly Lincoln Center people … Continue reading

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