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Listen Up, You Naysayers: Alan Gilbert Has Been Terrific For The New York Philharmonic
There's a sizable contingent that thinks Gilbert's interpretations of the standard rep are dull. Anthony Tommasini counters that Gilbert is a hard worker, innovative programmer and dedicated public face of the orchestra - and that anyone who can sell out programs of Ligeti and Stockhausen in the U.S. must be a kind of genius. The New York Times 07/16/13
Posted July 16, 2013 12:56 AM

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