A selective guide to arts commentaries in print and websites elsewhere.
Introduction to Broad Street Review, plus biographies and contact points for our editors and contributors.
See a list of coming appearances by BSR's writers.
Broad Street Review’s launchBY: 02.20.2006
First reactions to our first postings, from Nathan Sivin, Margaret Barringer, Clayton Scott, Kit Feldman and Joan Rosen. Plus a more recent reaction from Patrick Hazard
I have just finished reading the current issue of your new venture. It’s the most interesting online periodical I have read in a long time, and its local appeal is only one of its attractions. The piece on the Barnes fiasco was a real breakthrough, and I was delighted to read the retrospect of Bernard Jacobson, a close friend, on Philadelphia musical institutions. Nicely done!
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This is great! I particularly enjoyed Dan Coren?s article on Christoph Eschenbach and the article by Daniel Webster on ?Opera Confronts the Survival Question.? This last article I have printed out.
Thanks for a great site, especially useful to a non-subscriber to the Inquirer. You’ve done a terrific job.
Alan Halpern’s PR obit
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