A Liberal's LibrettoStriving to provide information about the arts and politics ... more specifically: opera, progressive politics, theater.
AdaptistrationDrew McManus on the orchestra business.
AfriclassicalA web site on African heritage in classical music.
Arts and Letters DailyFrom the Chronicle of Higher Education
Arts BeatNew York Times blog about the "culture at large".
Arts Critic AtlantaArtsATL.com is the only news source that provides comprehensive coverage of the arts in Atlanta.
Arts WatchPhilly.com on the Arts
Butts in the SeatsMusings on Practical Solutions for arts management.
Classical 101Columbus Ohio classical music blog
Classical BeatAnne Midgette takes the measure of the classical music scene.
Classical KUSC BlogKUSC blog
Classical LifeA Classical Music Blog by Tim Mangan
Classical Music is Dead*And so is this blog
Classically SpeakingClassical music in West Virginia and Beyond
Clef NotesBaltimore Sun blog, now with drama queens (no, not an orchestra management component).
Culture MonsterAll arts, all the time, from the LA Times.
DMV ClassicalClassical music in the chocolate city and its vanilla suburbs
Eye Bags…acquired in long nights at the opera, the writing desk and the kitchen counter
Grumpy's Classics CaveRamblings and rumblings from a collector of classical recordings
Hell MouthHell Mouth is a blog about music (mostly contemporary), literature (mostly good), politics (mostly pernicious) and culture (mostly American). It is written by John Adams with the help of several “friends” who live in the redwoods of coastal Northern California.
IntermezzoThe view from a London soprano.
IonartsNot a politics blog from Washington D.C.
Iron Tongue of MidnightLisa Hirsch's Classical Music Blog.
Jessica DuchenJessica Duchen is a music journalist and the author of four novels, two biographies and several stage works. She writes regularly for The Independent and BBC Music Magazine. Her latest novel, Songs of Triumphant Love, is published by Hodder.
Likely Impossibilities..evenings at the opera
My Big Gay EarsTuning into queer culture
New England Public RadioThe view from the North East.
New Music BoxNewMusicBox, a multimedia publication from New Music USA, is dedicated to the music of American composers and improvisers and their champions.
Nico MuhlyNico Muhly has composed a wide scope of work for ensembles, soloists and organizations including the American Ballet Theater, American Symphony Orchestra, Boston Pops, Carnegie Hall, Chicago Symphony, percussionist Colin Currie, countertenor Iestyn Davies, pianist Simone Dinnerstein, violinist Hilary Hahn, Gotham Chamber Opera, designer/illustrator Maira Kalman, choreographer Benjamin Millepied, Music-Theatre Group, New York City Ballet, New York Philharmonic, Opera Company of Philadelphia, Paris Opéra Ballet, soprano Jessica Rivera, The Royal Ballet, Saint Thomas Church in New York City, Seattle Symphony, and artist Conrad Shawcross. Muhly has also lent his skills as performer, arranger and conductor to Antony and the Johnsons, Bonnie “Prince” Billy, Doveman, Grizzly Bear, Jónsi of the band Sigur Rós, and Usher.
Night After NightConspicuous consumption of music in NY
On An Overgrown PathClassical blog in England
Opera ChicAn American in Milan ..and La Scala
Opera TattlerWatching opera from California
Parterre Boxsomething for everyone
Post ClassicKyle Gann on music after the fact
Proper DiscordBlog about the music business
Renewable MusicA displaced Californian composer writes about music made for the long while & the world around that music.
SandowGreg Sandow on the future of classical music
Sequenza 21The contemporary classical community
Slipped DiscNorman Lebrecht on shifting sound worlds
Sounds and Furythoughtful mutterings, rabid rants
The Front RowExploring Houston's vibrant arts scene
The Listeners' ClubTimothy Judd is a member of the Richmond Symphony violin section. He has been a violin teacher in the Richmond, Virginia area since 2002. A graduate of the Eastman School of Music, he was a student of world renowned Ukrainian-American violinist, Oleh Krysa. Timothy Judd began violin lessons at the age of four, studying with Anastasia Jempelis, one of the earliest champions of the Suzuki method in the United States.
The RamblerModern composition. Blogging the music that others won't tell you about.
The Telegraph Classical BlogClassical with a plum in the mouth.
The Well-Tempered EarWisconsin classical music blog
Think DenkThe glamorous life and thoughts of a concert pianist (a really, really good concert pianist)
Tom ServiceClassical Music on the edge
Trying to Remain Opera-tionalJennifer Rivera sharing the opera world with you
Unanswered QuestionJoe Horowitz on music
Unquiet ThoughtsThe incomparable Alex Ross
WQXR BlogNew York public radio