One marvels at Bill Frisell’s improvisations, which can be both surprising and songful.
Concert Review: Pianist Fred Hersch—A Wonder of a Soloist
As a soloist, Fred Hersch is a wonder: he plays with an active, to the point of restless, two-handed style that sweeps a listener along with its lyrical fervor.
Book Review: Two Old Men Singing of Wisdom
These novels by the young, Indian writers Natacha Appanah, who identifies herself as French-Mauritian, and Rana Dasgupta take the form of memoirs of old men who look back on their lives, searching for the truth and the peace that comes with an understanding of the past. The Last Brother by Natacha Appanah. Translated from the […]
Dance Commentary: Alone and Loving It
The number of solo dance performances is growing, and it is not only because they are cheap to produce.