The New Criterion Latest Blog en-us Copyright 2023, All Rights Reserved [email protected] [email protected] A king, a chorus, etc. September 29, 2023 13:30 On Nabucco, the Verdi opera, at the Met. Jay Nordlinger Treasure printing September 29, 2023 12:00 On “Treasures in black & white” at the Petit Palais, Paris. David Platzer Bigger than Picasso September 28, 2023 14:00 On “Gertrude Stein and Pablo Picasso: The Invention of Language,” at Musée du Luxembourg, Paris. David Platzer Manhattan pastures September 26, 2023 15:00 On “Into the Woods: French Drawings and Photographs from the Karen B. Cohen Gift” at the Morgan Library & Museum. Suzanna Murawski The Critic’s Notebook September 26, 2023 10:00 On Rachmaninoff, D. Stanley Dixon, ancient languages & “Acts of Faith.” The Editors Obsessive-compulsive order September 25, 2023 17:30 On “Ferdinand Hodler: Drawings—Selections from the Musée Jenisch Vevey,” at the Morgan Museum & Library. Suzanna Murawski Week in review September 22, 2023 15:00 On Leonard Cohen, aliens & Cormac McCarthy. Luke Lyman Lyndon Johnson’s Supreme Court machinations September 20, 2023 16:30 On Abe Fortas and exploitations of the Court. James Piereson Wilfred M. McClay & James Panero discuss “The burden of the humanities” September 20, 2023 12:00 Occasioned by the fifth annual Circle Lecture of The New Criterion. James Panero & Wilfred M. McClay The “Adams Triangle” September 19, 2023 17:00 On America’s use of military force. Ben Judge The Critic’s Notebook September 19, 2023 10:00 On wokeism, Manet and Degas, Balanchine, Selinunte & more from the world of culture. The Editors Week in review September 15, 2023 16:30 On Guernica, trashed books & arts at the World Trade Center. Luke Lyman Wagner’s Dutchman goes corporate September 15, 2023 14:30 On Der fliegende Holländer at Santa Fe Opera. George Loomis Tediums, treasures, traps September 14, 2023 16:00 On the 2023 Armory Show. Luke Lyman A Met recital, from Lise September 15, 2023 12:00 On Lise Davidsen, the Norwegian soprano, with James Baillieu (piano). Jay Nordlinger Music for a While #80: Telling the time September 13, 2023 13:45 Jay Nordlinger, The New Criterion’s music critic, talks music—but, more important, plays music. Jay Nordlinger Eclecticism in song September 13, 2023 11:45 On a recital by the soprano Julia Bullock. Jay Nordlinger Babylonian nights September 14, 2023 10:00 On Verdi’s Nabucco at Arena di Verona. Paul du Quenoy A recital to remember September 13, 2023 10:00 On a concert by Jonas Kaufmann at Arena di Verona. Paul du Quenoy Lost books September 12, 2023 12:30 On the forgotten magazine of travel writing, TRIPS. Timothy Jacobson The Critic’s Notebook September 12, 2023 10:00 On the Hispanic Society of America, Brett Taylor, shape-note singing, the English landscape & more from the world of culture. The Editors Spectacle & travesty September 11, 2023 14:45 On a revival of Verdi’s La traviata at the Arena di Verona. Paul du Quenoy Week in review September 8, 2023 14:30 On Napoleon’s ghost, Substack & a Southern Proust. Luke Lyman Roman lasers September 8, 2023 12:00 On a new production of Verdi’s Aida at the Arena di Verona. Paul du Quenoy The Critic’s Notebook September 6, 2023 10:00 On Jim Nutt, Giorgio Griffa, Jupiter Symphony Chamber Players, connoisseurship & more from the world of culture. The Editors Dreamy art in a sleepy town September 5, 2023 11:00 On the Ricci Oddi Gallery of Modern Art, Piacenza. Sean McGlynn Week in review September 1, 2023 14:45 On a French identity crisis, The Waste Land & Rachmaninoff’s rock-and-roll side. Luke Lyman Village people September 1, 2023 11:00 On Jack Serio’s production of Uncle Vanya, by Anton Chekhov. Isaac Sligh Traditional Tristan September 1, 2023 12:00 On a revival of Tristan und Isolde at the Bayreuth Festival. Paul du Quenoy Sacred rites & virtual reality August 31, 2023 16:45 On an “augmented” production of Parsifal at the Bayreuth Festival. Paul du Quenoy