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On classical music and cooking.

Last year, having barely dipped his toes into his 30s, musician Timo Andres was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize for The Blind Banister—a three-movement composition for the piano inspired by Beethoven. Shortly after, The New Yorker called Andres “nothing if not a millennial”—a vague description that offered little insight into the composer’s fiercely intelligent character or critically acclaimed career. Here, from his kitchen in Brooklyn, Timo muses on some of the parallels between

  • Words:
    Molly Mandell
  • Photograph:
    Michael Wilson

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  • Words:
    Molly Mandell
  • Photograph:
    Michael Wilson
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