Justin Davidson

Author, Magnetic City: A Walking Companion to New York: bit.ly/mcjdbk | Classical music and architecture critic, @NYMag

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vulture.com
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Thomas Adès Finds a Way Forward for the Piano Concerto
March, 26 2019
vulture.com
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Gabriel Kahane Turns Funny Tweets and Mitt Romney Quotes Into Micro-Songs
March, 1 2019
vulture.com
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Opera Review: A Tale of Two Tones in the Met’s La Traviata
December, 10 2018
vulture.com
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The 10 Best Classical-Music Performances of 2018
December, 7 2018
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Opera Review: The Unseen Great War, in William Kentridge’s The Head and the Load
December, 7 2018
vulture.com
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The Hidden Meaning Behind My Brilliant Friend’s Neapolitan Dialect
December, 3 2018
vulture.com
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Music Review: Two Pianos, 20 Fingers, Infinite Pleasure
October, 26 2018
vulture.com
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Opera Review: On the Lightness of the Met’s Marnie
October, 21 2018
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High Notes on the High Line: The Mile-Long Opera
October, 5 2018
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Opera Review: Anna Netrebko, One of the Last Old-Style Divas, in Aida
October, 4 2018
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‘There Were Phenomenal Levels of Denial and Arrogance’: Heidi Waleson on the City Opera Collapse
October, 2 2018
vulture.com
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Opera Review: The Met Brings Back Samson et Dalila, With Just Enough Fromage
September, 25 2018
nymag.com
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New York City’s Newest Park Redeems a Wasteland
August, 30 2018
vulture.com
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Music Review: Bernstein Is Paid Half-Hearted Tribute at Tanglewood
August, 20 2018
vulture.com
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What’s That Sound? In Ashley Fure’s Compositions, It Could Be Almost Anything.
August, 3 2018
vulture.com
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The MoMA’s Tribute to Yugoslavia’s ‘Concrete Utopia’ Is a Revelation
July, 25 2018
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Music Review: Leonard Bernstein’s Mass May Have Finally Found Its Era
July, 19 2018
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On 10 Years of the New New-Music Scene, and 30 Years of My Own
June, 8 2018
vulture.com
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Beethoven’s Fidelio and Mahler’s Tenth, With the Conventions Tossed Away
May, 9 2018
nymag.com
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What’s Going Into the Shed? A Tiny Preview of Hudson Yards’ Arts Offering
May, 4 2018
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Shostakovich, With Bright L.A. Glare, at Lincoln Center
May, 1 2018
nymag.com
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New York City’s Demographer-in-Chief Is Worried About the 2020 Census
March, 27 2018
nymag.com
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Why You Should Be in Favor of Congestion Pricing in New York
March, 27 2018
nymag.com
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Why You Should Be in Favor of Congestion Pricing in New York
March, 27 2018
thecut.com
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What Would a World Designed by Women Look Like?
March, 20 2018
vulture.com
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Opera Review: Così Fan Tutte, Kelli O’Hara, and the Long Shadow of James Levine
March, 16 2018
vulture.com
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The Case for the (Non-Harassing, Genuinely Brilliant, Worth the Trouble) Creative Genius
March, 15 2018
vulture.com
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10 Questions the Met Must Answer About James Levine
March, 12 2018
nymag.com
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The Death of a Skyscraper
February, 22 2018
vulture.com
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Opera Review: Semiramide, a Gorgeous Relic of the 1890s and 1990s
February, 20 2018
vulture.com
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The Future Is (a Little More) Female at the New York Philharmonic
February, 13 2018
nymag.com
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Artists Won the 5Pointz Case, But the Decision Was Terrible for Art
February, 13 2018
vulture.com
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Opera Review: A Parsifal Even the Wagner-Phobic Can Enjoy
February, 6 2018
nymag.com
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The Megamall–Hotel–Condo–Concert Hall That Ate New York City
January, 10 2018
vulture.com
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Opera Review: The Met’s Tosca Is Afraid of Its Own Past
January, 4 2018
vulture.com
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The Met May Not Survive the James Levine Disgrace
December, 3 2017
nymag.com
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Regional Plan Association Suggests Closing the Subways at Night
November, 30 2017
vulture.com
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Barbara Hannigan Is a Soprano Who Doesn’t Stand Still
November, 17 2017
nymag.com
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Casting a Skeptical Eye on the AT&T Building Remake
November, 13 2017
nymag.com
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Bill de Blasio, New York’s Putterer-in-Chief
November, 6 2017
nymag.com
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How New York City Could Have Protected Those Cyclists and Pedestrians
November, 1 2017
vulture.com
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Opera Review: Surrealism Explored in The Exterminating Angel
October, 27 2017
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Opera Review: A Triple Dose of Expert Monteverdi
October, 23 2017
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Music Review: A Double Dose of Pierre Boulez’s Répons
October, 9 2017
vulture.com
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The Over-the-Top Plans for Redoing Geffen Hall Are History. Good.
October, 6 2017
vulture.com
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Three Unconventional Operas, Three Degrees of Success
October, 5 2017
nymag.com
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New Plans for the Domino Sugar Complex, Revealed
October, 3 2017
vulture.com
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A Gloomy, Ragey Norma at the Met’s Opening Night
September, 26 2017
vulture.com
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The New York Philharmonic’s New Music Director Thrills to Exhaustion
September, 20 2017
nymag.com
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The Views (Real and Virtual) From Cornell Tech
September, 13 2017
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Justin Davidson is a writer who has produced content for vulture.com, thecut.com, and nymag.com
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