Most thinkers of the industrial era posited it as an irreversible fact of history and progress.
London should think carefully about where to build its newest cultural venue.
Our distorted view has much to do with the idea that culture develops like a timeline.
There is a choice location for London’s unrivaled musical offerings that is yet unconsidered.
The modern concert venue is not part of the city but stands in opposition to it.
A hall is more than a holding pen and an acoustic space.
Truly serious music has, as it were, put its ear to the ground and heard the far-off murmur of the infinite.
Modernism in architecture and music is very much like the artificial invention of Esperanto.