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Destroyed," says Reginald D Hunter , by way of an introduction. It's part of his considerable charisma, this offer of something illicit and hot-to-handle. Add it to his seductive voice, his poise and authority, and his exoticism to (mainly) white
Filed Under Art historian Claudia Swan from Northwestern University will speak on "Exoticism and Dutch Culture in a Global Context, 1600-1650" at 5:30 p.m. Thursday in W151 of the Pappajohn Business Building on the University of Iowa campus. The
The summer will be filled with various treats in the way of classical music concerts, and the New York Philharmonic kicked the season off with a Memorial Day concert on Monday. The brightest star of the Metropolitan Opera's tour to Japan, Anna
Works for saxophone and orchestra Kerkezos/ LSO/ Simonov The saxophone is so closely associated with jazz and big bands that we tend to forget that its inventor, Adolphe Sax, envisioned it as an orchestral instrument.
Homeostasie, a 2007 installation by Odile Decq, part of the Perspectives exhibition. One's destination is never a place but rather a new way of looking at things, the writer Henry Miller once said. Perspectives, a new exhibition opening June 4 at the
Philharmonia/Denève Royal Festival Hall, London Stéphane Denève is a conductor with a sharp eye for grand dramatic gestures, but his ear for the finer details is not always so sure. His thoughtfully conceived programmes can amount to less than the