Monthly Archives: January 2011

Nixon in China New York Metropolitan Opera

One of the major operas of the 20th century by American music composer John Adams, with a libretto by Alice Goodman, directed by Peter Sellars and choreography by Mark Morris, Nixon in China is considered one of the cornerstones of … Continue reading

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Clean Slate: New Paintings by Anne LaPrade Seuthe

The paintings in this exhibition started out as, what LaPrade Seuthe calls, clean slates. Beginning with discarded maps, she carefully color matches the hues in the existing maps and applies these opaque paint mixtures to eradicate names, symbols and other … Continue reading

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This collaborative dance company is acclaimed for its mix of humor, invention, and drama. Drawing inspiration from biology, Pilobolus has created a dance vocabulary all its own. Their smooth, organic choreography often blurs the lines between individual performers, creating a … Continue reading

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Charles Lloyd New Quartet

A towering musical figure, Charles Lloyd carries on the unifying mission of such truth seekers as Sonny Rollins and John Coltrane. During the late 60s, Lloyd led one of the most popular groups in jazz that went on to produce … Continue reading

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