Joseph Dalton

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Joseph Dalton has been a general arts reporter and classical music critic for the Times Union in Albany, New York since 2002.  His latest book, Washington’s Golden Age: Hope Ridings Miller, the Society Beat, and the Rise of Women Journalists, is a biography of a woman journalist who covered the social scene in the capital from the time of FDR to LBJ.  His previous books, Artists & Activists and More Artists & Activists, feature portraits of creative leaders in New York’s Hudson Valley and Capital Region.  Dalton earned a first place award for arts and entertainment writing from the New York Associated Press, and he has twice received the ASCAP Deems Taylor Award for music journalism.  He holds degrees in music and arts administration and previously worked in the record industry.  For the Estate Project for Artists with AIDS, he led a three-year research project into the effects of the disease on American music.  Dalton has also been a contributor to The Washington Post, Time Out New York, Opera News and The Advocate, among other publications.


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