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Jay Nordlinger

Jay Nordlinger is a Senior Editor at National Review, writing on a variety of subjects. He writes about music each month for The New Criterion. At the Salzburg Festival, he hosts a public-interview series. For National Review Online, he writes a column—covering the waterfront—called "Impromptus."

 

His newest book is, Peace, They Say: A History of the Nobel Peace Prize, the Most Famous and Controversial Prize in the World (Encounter). 

 

The awards he has received have to do with human rights in particular. Some 100 pieces are gathered in Here, There & Everywhere: Collected Writings of Jay Nordlinger (National Review Books). A native Michigander, Mr. Nordlinger lives in New York.  

article archive

New York chronicle | April 2015

On James MacMillan's Piano Concerto No. 3; Jamie Barton and Bradley Moore at Zenkel Hall; Behzod Abduraimov at Weill Recital Hall & more.


New York chronicle | March 2015

On Mieczyslaw Weinberg, Alexandre Tharaud, the Mariinsky Orchestra of Saint Petersburg & more.


New York chronicle | February 2015

Reviews of The Long Christmas Dinner, Juanjo Mena at the New York Philharmonic, Hansel and Gretel at the Metropolitan Opera, and more.


New York chronicle | January 2015

The San Francisco Symphony plays Samuel Adams, Jaap van Zweden guest conducts the New York Philharmonic, and more.


New York chronicle | December 2014

The New York Philharmonic plays Bartók’s Piano Concerto No. 3, the Philadelphia Orchestra plays Mahler's Symphony No. 2 at Carnegie Hall, and more.

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books by author

Here, There & Everywhere: Collected Writings of Jay Nordlinger

Here, There & Everywhere: Collected Writings of Jay Nordlinger

by Jay Nordlinger

$24.95

 

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Peace, They Say: A History of the Nobel Peace Prize, the Most Famous and Controversial Prize in the World

Peace, They Say: A History of the Nobel Peace Prize, the Most Famous and Controversial Prize in the World

by Jay Nordlinger

$27.99

 

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Elucidations & Corrections: Arts Criticism

The Goldring Arts Journalism Program S. I. New House School of Public Communications at Syracuse University honors "The New Criterion."

Posted on: 01/19/2010

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Roger Kimball, Jay Nordlinger, James Panero, David YezziLaura Jacobs


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blog article archive

The usual suspects deliver | Apr 24, 2015 10:41 AM


Chairs and clowns | Apr 20, 2015 02:15 PM


Sarah Connolly, exemplar | Apr 17, 2015 12:18 PM


Big voice, little hall, fine recital | Apr 16, 2015 04:08 PM


A trio of stars wakes up | Apr 15, 2015 03:07 PM

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