Ana Yorke

Ana Yorke is a veteran culture and social critic, with more than 10 years of experience in delivering reviews and observations for varied high-profile media, globally. Otherwise, an economist with a background in sociology; when daily workloads are not too overwhelming, finds time to focus on writing in all shapes and sizes. Currently based in Europe.

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News // 1 Articles
//Features

Is Any Musical Artist Worth a $1 Million Performance Fee? | 29 Sep 2016 // 4:36 AM

Before you rush to judge Rihanna's appearance at Sziget this year, consider how essential the model has become.

//Reviews

LCD Soundsystem's 'American Dream' Live: James Murphy Assures You It Is OK Not to Be There | 13 Sep 2017 // 4:02 AM

A decade and a half on, James Murphy hasn’t lost his edge one bit, just like the greats never do. However, not only is he more mature and less concerned with all of us -- he is also successful in his own eyes, on his own terms

Sziget Festival 2017: 25 Years of Love, Part 2 | 18 Aug 2017 // 8:00 AM

The 25th anniversary celebration of the great cultural events sees somewhat smaller crowds, promises major changes in the next quarter of a century, and the love keeps growing.

//Blogs

Sziget Festival Offers More Than Any Music Festival Out There | 8 Aug 2016 // 6:00 AM

Budapest's Sziget Festival is anything but the majority of music festivals, and for it's infallible determination to keep art, social activism and ingenuity alive amid the necessities of business, it deserves all the praise one article can muster.

//News

Budapest’s Sziget Festival to Celebrate Its 25th Anniversary in Style | 26 Jul 2017 // 5:05 AM

What always truly set Sziget apart from other comparable events, is its soul and the genuine intent to keep artistic and social discourse alive.

//Mixed media
//Blogs

TIFF 2017: 'The Shape of Water'

// Notes from the Road

"The Shape of Water comes off as uninformed political correctness, which is more detrimental to its cause than it is progressive.

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