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By Sebastian Spreng, Visual Artist and Classical Music Writer Spain is a land of poets more famous than its great musicians. Though at first sight Javier Perianes does not look the type, he is indeed a poet, and a good one. He is a pianist, and a good one. Three seasons ago, Perianes made his Miami debut […]

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Question Bridge: Black Males

Published on November 22, 2013 by in Charlotte

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By Alexys Taylor, Gantt Center The mood is set, the lights are dim, and the cool air reminds you of a movie theater. As the space draws you in, there is a sense of gravity but at the same time a feeling of comfort. To the right are three projectors with the faces of black […]

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By Gina M. Russo, Locust Projects 2013 marks Locust Projects’ 15th anniversary. As the only Miami representative at NADA this year, we will share our booth with a selection of Miami-based artists, and Locust Projects exhibiting artists past, present and future. All profits from this fundraiser initiative will be used in support of Locust Projects’ […]

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By Giselle Heraux, AIRE It’s the 1980s, and Bill Maxwell is taking his sister to Everglades National. As they drive down Krome Avenue, Maxwell’s sister catches a view of the distant pine forest. “I don’t want to go there,” his sister proclaims. “There’re too many trees. Maxwell tells this story to point out that many […]

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By Jodi Farrell, Adrienne Arsht Center Dropped off at the Dadeland South Metrorail station four hours before acclaimed dramatic soprano Deborah Voigt’s concert at the Arsht Center last Friday, Paule Jackson, an 18-year-old aspiring opera singer from Richmond Heights, decided to stop at a Starbucks in downtown Miami. “Going to be standing outside the Arsht […]

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By Emily Parkinson, Miami City Ballet Miami City Ballet recently completed its first program of the 2013-2014 Season. Christopher Wheeldon’s breakthrough contemporary work Polyphonia was one of the featured ballets and also one of five company premieres that will be presented this year. Bringing new work to South Florida is important for audiences and the […]

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By Sebastian Spreng, Visual Artist and Classical Music Writer The columns frame neither a Greek palace nor an antebellum mansion, but a dollhouse. A more intricate dollhouse than Henrik Ibsen’s, but nevertheless a dollhouse – and a tomb as well – lies at the heart of the production of Mourning Becomes Electra with which the Florida Grand […]

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Beards are changing history

Published on November 14, 2013 by in Philadelphia

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By Sally Ollove, Bearded Ladies We were deep in the rehearsal process for My Dinner with Dito: A How To Be Gay Cabaret when the Supreme Court ruling on DOMA was announced. That makes us Beards 2-for-2; we like to credit our first cabaret, Back in the Army, which centers on a gay soldier, with […]

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#weddingopera

Published on November 12, 2013 by in Philadelphia

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By David B. Devan, Opera Philadelphia Svadba-Wedding, the a cappella opera written by the talented, Montreal-based composer Ana Sokolović, was the perfect choice to launch Opera Philadelphia’s newest initiative, Opera in The City. It couldn’t have been more successful.  The entire run sold out with rave reviews from both audiences and critics alike: The Wall Street Journal The […]

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By Janet Batet, Miami Arts Journalist Introduced in 1939, by  H. Weyl, the term symplectic comes from the Greek sym-plektikos (συμπλεκτικός) meaning “that intertwine” or “connect”.  Determined essentially by a complexity of subspaces on which the structure vanishes itself, the symplectic topology measures the area by using complex curves instead of real ones, proposing a […]

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