DMV Classical is on some serious stuff, baybee. Also, since no one seems to know, the “DMV” comes from the District, Maryland, and Virginia. As Mambo Sauce has taught us, the new D.C. is the DMV.

Andrew Lindemann Malone was born in 1978 and lives in beautiful Silver Spring, Maryland. He used to write classical concert reviews for the Washington Post and feature articles of various sorts for the Express. He also wrote a bunch of entries in AMG’s All Classical Guide and CD reviews and features for Jazz Times. His primary interests outside of classical music are go-go, hip-hop, jazz, funk, and soul. His primary interests outside of music are running, reading, writing, baking, and riding public transit (if we take a time-allocated view of these things).

You can e-mail Andrew at alindemannmalone [at] gmail [dot] com.

4 Comments on “About”

  1. Sergey Zaks Says:

    Dear Andrew:

    When you get a minute, could you please check out our classical music performance site, http://www.classicalconnect.com? The idea is to provide an alternative venue to talented musicians and composers (we have quite a number of contemporary composers on the site), and try to promote them. Musicians upload their performances to our site, so all music is legitimate. While helping musicians, we at the same time give music lovers free access to a large selection of music performed by talented artists (more than 2,000 pieces at the moment and growing).

    If you find the site interesting, could you mention it in your blog? We’d be happy to mention your blog on our site. Please let me know if you have any questions.

    Best regards,

    Sergey Zaks
    Classical Connect

  2. K. Marie Says:

    Hi Andrew. I’m a high school orchestra teacher in the Chicago area and I found one of your allmusic.com Vivaldi descriptions. I was wondering if I could use it for the program notes in our March concert. It’s for Vivaldi’s 3 violin concerto in F Major. I really appreciate you considering this!

    • Andrew Lindemann Malone Says:

      Hi. I don’t mind at all – I’m flattered, in fact. However, the important thing is that All Music Guide owns the copyright to that piece, not me. So you need to ask them. I’m not sure who you would ask, since I haven’t written for that site in seven years.

  3. […] in a concert you’d like me to review, please feel extremely free to e-mail me (see the About post) and give me a heads-up about it. I’ll do my best. Share […]

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