Mar 5, 2013
The Jersey Journal
Choreographer Mark Morris philosophizes as 'Socrates' makes its Princeton debut
Choreographer Mark Morris says he doesn't feel it's his responsibility to carry the Western tradition on his shoulders.
The Blinking Cursor
Wayne wrote a new post, Erik Satie and the ballet "Parade", on the site Wayne
In 1879, Satie entered the Paris Conservatoire, where he was soon labelled untalented by his teachers.
Tom Rose ventures into unfamiliar corners of the twentieth-century repertoire
I have always been impressed by Tom Rose's command of the repertoire for clarinet music, particular when it is chamber music .
Fall season kicks off at Kerrytown Concert House with annual Parisian Soiree celebration
Kerrytown Concert House, Ann Arbor's intimate performance venue, kicks off its 29th season Saturday with its annual Parisian Soiree.
Album Review: Chilly Gonzales, Solo Piano II
Gonzales released his first album of piano thrills and spills in 2004, and after eight subsequent years subverting the forms of hip-hop - he claimed that his last album The Unspeakablea was the world's first orchestral rap record - he has now returned to the simplicity of the original form.