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Andrew Moravcsik

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Professor of Politics and International Affairs
  and Director, European Union Program
Princeton University

E-mail: amoravcs@princeton.edu
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Department of Politics
Woodrow Wilson School
Robertson Hall
Princeton, NJ 08544 USA

Tel: (609) 258-1161

     
   
     

Music bio (PDF version)

WRITING ON MUSIC

 

"Twilight of the Gods," Opera (November 2013).

“Dukas’ Ariane et Barbe-Bleue from Barcelona on DVD,” Opera Today (20 May 2013).

Puccini’s Manon Lescaut in Philadelphia,” Opera Today (26 April 2012).

Opera’s Search for Transcendence,” European Journal of Sociology 52 (2011).

Aida in Arizona,” Opera Today (19 March 2012).

Mozart’s Abduction from the Seraglio in Philadelphia,” Opera Today (6 March 2012).

Carmen in Philadelphia,” Opera Today (7 October 2011).

"Phaedra in Philadelphia," Opera Today (6 June 2011).

Roméo et Juliette in Philadelphia,” Opera Today (5 March 2011).

On Tenors: A Professional Opinion,” Guest Blog on Extended Violin Diary (21 January 2011).

Go East, Young Diva,” International Herald-Tribune (Special Year-End “Global Agenda 2011” Section), 2 December 2010.

Also on line at: New York Times, Opinion Pages, 2 December 2010. Click here.

Between Worlds: The New Seattle “Tristan” Explores the Threshold Between Life and Death,” Wagner Journal 4:3 (Autumn 2010).

"Tristan in Seattle,” Opera Today (15 August 2010).

For a PDF copy of this review, click here.

"Händel’s Semele at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Paris,” Opera Today (11 July 2010).

For a PDF copy of this review, click here.

"Everyday Totalitarianism: Reflections on the Stuttgart Ring," The Opera Quarterly (Winter 2010).

"Wild Card: Seiji Ozawa Returns to the Met," Opera News (December 2008).

"International Wagner Competition, Seattle," Financial Times (19 August 2008).

"Idomeneo and Doktor Faust at München Opernfestspiele," Opera Today (20 July 2008).

"Verdi's Otello at the Shanghai Opera House," Opera (London, June 2008).

"Puccini's Turandot in Beijing," Opera News (April 2008).

For a story by National Public Radio's Louisa Lim featuring an interview based in part on this story, click here.

"Guo Wenjing's Poet Li Bai in Shanghai," Opera (London) (January 2008).

"Wagner's Tannhäuser in Tokyo," Opera (London) (January 2008).

"Tan Dun / Organic Concert in Shanghai," Financial Times (23 October 2007).

"A Conductor Worth Watching," Financial Times (22 September 2007).

(For a .pdf copy of the illustrated print edition, click here)

"Luciano Pavarotti, 1935-2007," Newsweek (17 September 2007, International editions).

(For an MS Word version, click here)

(For a .pdf copy of the illustrated print edition, click here)

"Everyday Totalitarianism: The Stuttgart Ring Cycle," Opera Quarterly (forthcoming 2007 in a symposium on contemporary staging of Wagnerian opera with Carolyn Abbate and Michael Ashman).

"Sopranos at the Cineplex," Newsweek (16 March 2007, International edition).

(For a .pdf copy of the illustrated print edition, click here)

"Seattle: Review of International Wagner Competition," Opera (London, December 2006).

"The Rise of American Arias," Newsweek (International edition, 3-10 July 2006).

"Singing in the States," Newsweek (International edition, 3-10 July 2006).

"Rethinking Mozart," Newsweek (30 January 2006, International edition) (.pdf version).

"Hidden Arias," Newsweek (1 June 2004, Atlantic edition).

"In Defense of Bayreuth," German Politics and Society (forthcoming).

"Moon over Mozart: Peter Sellars at Glyndebourne," Newsweek (11 August 2003, Atlantic edition).

"All Wagner, All the Time," Newsweek (26 August 2002, Atlantic Edition).

"Summer Reading: Three Essential Books on Opera," Commonweal (14 June 2002).


Hogarth

The Enraged Musician (1741)

by William Hogarth (1697-1764)

For high-res .tif image, click here.

For information on this print, click here.

If you are unable to access an electronic version of any selection, please contact <amoravcs@princeton.edu> to obtain a hard copy. Please send any questions, suggestions, or complaints concerning the coding or maintenance of this website to Helene E. Wood at hwood@princeton.edu.

     
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