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Back2Black – review

Originally posted on The Guardian. Click here to view the original article.
Old Billingsgate, London
Robin Denselow
The Guardian, Monday 2 July 2012 10.32 EDT
In Rio, this annual celebration of the links between Brazil’s black culture and Africa is held in a grand disused railway station. In… Read More >

Gilberto Gil celebrates 50 years of music in Europe

Originally posted on euronews. Click here to view the original article.
Legendary Brazilian guitarist Gilberto Gil is currently in Europe for a world tour to mark the singer-songwriter’s 50 years in music. A remarkable career that includes 50 albums and eight Grammy awards.
The latest tour is… Read More >

Hubbard Street extends contract for resident choreographer

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On the heels of Hubbard Street’s fall series, the company recently announced a three-year contract extension for resident choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo, who will premiere the company’s first evening-length work—One… Read More >

Nederlands Dans Theater — 50th Anniversary Programme

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Nederlands Dans Theater celebrates 50 years as one of the world’s most innovative contemporary dance companies with two programmes of works performed by all 50 dancers of both NDT I and II.
“When people say they… Read More >

Fresh Pairings for Liszt, With Bird Imagery Hovering: Pierre-Laurent Aimard Performs Liszt at Alice Tully Hall

Originally posted on The New York Times. Click here to view the original article.
It would have been unlike Pierre-Laurent Aimard to celebrate Liszt’s bicentenary with a straightforward recording and recitals to match. Mr. Aimard has, to a large extent, taken over the role of the keyboard’s deep… Read More >