Classical Music Critic

Jeremy Eichler

Eichler is the Globe’s classical music critic, and the recipient of an ASCAP Deems Taylor Award for music criticism. His work has also appeared in the New York Times, the New Yorker, and the New Republic.

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Music Review

At Longy, an intimate-scaled tribute to Leonard Bernstein  

By ,  Globe Staff

Smaller-scaled compositions from his pen made up the program of a centennial tribute.

Third Ear | Jeremy Eichler

Rehearing the history of sound, one ghostly transmission at a time 

By ,  Globe Staff

Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville, a French inventor who made the first known recordings of the human voice, is growing in renown, thanks to a bicentennial celebration of his birth this year.

Levine allegations prompt BSO review of sex harassment policies

By , Globe Staff

In a statement, the BSO said “the classical music industry must seriously reflect on this moment and determine ways to ensure sexual misconduct has no place in our industry.”

Music Review

One Christmas tradition that’s not in short supply

By , Globe Staff

On Sunday afternoon in Symphony Hall, Harry Christophers led the Handel and Haydn Society in the third of the weekend’s three “Messiah” performances.