Louis Andriessen: A Political Composer for the New York Philharmonic?

The New York Philharmonic this week announced that Dutch composer Louis Andriessen is the recipient of its Marie-Josée Kravis Prize, an award consisting of $200,000 and a commission for the orchestra. Something of a lifetime achievement award, the prize has previously gone to Frenchman Henri Dutilleux (2011) and Danish composer Per Nørgård (2014). Continue reading “Louis Andriessen: A Political Composer for the New York Philharmonic?”