The New York Philharmonic has announced its 2012-13 season; Christopher Rouse will be composer in residence.... Fiona Maddocks likes the choice of Sakari Oramo to lead the BBC Symphony.... On the occasion of The Death of Klinghoffer at English National Opera, the usual controversies have flared up. Tom Service ponders being called a "complacent Gentile" by Richard Taruskin.... Andrew Patner interviews the restlessly inventive Anna Clyne on WFMT, on the occasion of the Chicago premiere and West Coast tour of her Schubert-inspired piece Night Ferry; the composer has a debut CD, Blue Moth, from Tzadik.... The New York edition of the UNSOUND festival has started a Kickstarter campaign, raising funds for its Unsound Labs initiative.... In a program in Philadelphia on March 10, the Black Pearl Chamber Orchestra gives a rare outing to music of Joseph Boulogne, Chevalier de Saint-George.... In customary fashion, Other Minds in San Francisco avoids predictable choices for its annual festival, March 1-3: the composers are Harold Budd, Gloria Coates, John Kennedy, Ikue Mori, Tyshawn Sorey, Simon Steen-Andersen, Øyvind Torvund, Ken Ueno, and Lotta Wennäkoski.... Good stuff seems in the offing at the Brooklyn Heights new-music series Music at First.... Stephen Drury plays Cage's In a Landscape and selections from his Etudes Astrales at ISSUE Project Room on Feb. 24. The S.E.M. Ensemble occupies the same venue on March 1, and the following night ISSUE pays homage to Cage with a series of new pieces around four and a half minutes long.... Tomorrow night the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center celebrates the famous salon of Winnaretta Singer, Princesse de Polignac, with works of Stravinsky, Falla, Fauré, Debussy, Françaix, and Dowland. Sylvia Kahan, the Princess's superb biographer, speaks beforehand.... What to do next Monday? Red Light New Music presents a Feldman-centric program, the Met revives the awesomeness that is Khovanshchina, Gerald Finley sings at Tully, the Luigi Nono electronic fest continues, the NYU Symphony plays David Byrne's The Forest alongside student pieces by Tim Hansen and Ian Ng, and Juilliard presents its annual student-composer orchestra concert, with works of Michael Lee, Stefan Cwik, Michael Ippolito, and Jared Miller.