Stacey Kors

Stacey Kors is a freelance music critic and arts writer. Her work has been published in Gramophone, the New York Times, the Financial Times, the Boston Globe, and the San Francisco Chronicle. She lives in New York City.

Articles by this author

The Road to Kigutu
Summer 2014 The Road to Kigutu

Having escaped Burundi’s civil war, Deogratias Niyizonkiza returned to his impoverished home and opened a rural health clinic. Can it heal souls as well as bodies?

Love, Dishonor, Marry, Die, Cherish, Perish
Winter 2013-14 Off Rhyme

Stacey Kors reviews “Love, Dishonor, Marry, Die, Cherish, Perish” by David Rakoff '86CC

The Solitude of Invention
Fall 2012 The Solitude of Invention

Home alone with the novelist who calls himself Paul Auster.

What Kind of President?
Summer 2012 What Kind of President?

Stacey Kors reviews “The Obama Question: A Progressive Perspective” by Gary Dorrien

Winter 2011-12 Tell It on the Mountain

The young playwright Katori Hall unlocks her voice in a controversial play about Martin Luther King Jr.

Madame White Snake
Summer 2011 An Operatic Blend of Cultures

When Zhou Long won the 2011 Pulitzer for Music, he gained something more than artistic laurels.

No Regrets: The Life of Edith Piaf by Carolyn Burke
Summer 2011 She Did It Her Way

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