Get in Contact - (my blog)


Alex Ross - Alex Ross, music critic for The New Yorker and author of The Rest Is Noise (book and blog)

Alex Shapiro - composer
     Notes from the Kelp - (Alex Shapiro's blog)

Alexander Wolniak - tenor

Alexandra Gardner - composer

Andrew Rudin - composer

Anne Midgette - music critic for the Washington Post, formerly for the New York Times (click for recent articles)

Candace Bilyk - composer

Gregg Martin - composer

James Rogers - baritone

Kyle Gann - composer, musicologist, music critic

Matt Basta - genius widget and web designer, developer, and implementer extraordinaire, who created the audio widgets I use on my Music page. Also check out his Widgetbox page for more tools.

Melissa Kornacki - mezzo-soprano

Libby Larsen - composer

Michael Oberhauser - composer

Nico Muhly - composer

Philip Glass - composer

Rachel Barham - soprano, specializing in Baroque and contemporary music

Randy George - classical thereminist

Roc Lee - composer

Steve Reich - composer

William Bolcom - composer


DC Theatre Scene - frequent reviews of local DC metro region theatre, including opera and musicals. Includes content by their "Schmooze Columnist," Joel Markowitz.

ArtSong Update - periodic articles, reviews, and a newsletter for artsong enthusiasts, run by John Campbell and Steve Brockman of Virginia Beach, VA.

Meet the Composer maintains a Publications Page with useful information on how (and why) to commission a new work.

Moog Etherwave Standard Theremin - possibly the coolest musical instrument ever. has a number of projects running, including a fledgling online music theory textbook, and some public domain sheet music and audio files.

IMSLP / Petrucci Music Library - The place to go for free and legal sheet music source [check the dates, as some scores are not in the Public Domain in the US] (28,244 scores!)

Mutopia - Free, legal sheet music, beautiful engraving (1,541 scores)

MuseData - More free, legal sheet music, out of Stanford University. PDFs of works by Bach, Beethoven, Haydn, and Vivaldi, 1700-1825.

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