“I still remember; I sat in his class, and I felt my future changing as he spoke.”
These extraordinary books from world-class writers are about reviving, through words, a now-derelict town and the lives of its ten thousand murdered Jews.
Aside from his seemingly effortless technique, Roustem Saïtkoulov struck me as a poet of the piano. Music seems to be his first language.
Skylark performed an inventive and highly enjoyable program of music and tales from Norse Mythology and the land of the Vikings.
Lorelei Ensemble’s latest recording is awe-inspiring.
Ilan Stavans’ latest book is an engrossing potpourri of this thinker’s continuing thoughts about language, culture, and the self.
Colin Carr supplied an extraordinary performance of Bach’s Six Cello Suites.
Pianist Constantine Finehouse and violinist Daniel Kurganov are well-matched musicians, and have recorded a superb album.
Kevin Leong is unquestionably an inspired choice to lead this chorus.
David Lang’s score is hypnotic, and Emmanuel Music’s quartet of singers gave wonderful renditions.