John Kuhn -- Teacher and Friend 1915-2015
"If you could be anything in the world and talent and money weren't an issue, would you still be doing w...
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This year tenor Mario Frangoulis observes his twenty-fifth anniversary as a concert and recording artist and performer in musical theatre.
The Carnegie Studios made it possible for artists to live as true bohemians: to enjoy the freedom of being deliciously different and quirky. I suppose it was simply too good to last.
We in the arts face a major problem: we now have a generation of young people who have had virtually no exposure to the arts. They do not go to theater, concerts, dance performances or operas.
The often dangerous wasteland that was Brooklyn in the 1970s has all but disappeared, replaced by a population that is, in fact, traditional to the borough from its earliest existence: craftspeople.
Get Sissy Spacek and Robert Duvall together in a New York hotel room, and it's less an interview than a directed conversation, with the reporter as a privileged guest.
That Roberto Alagna gives, through the miracle of his voice, a great deal of happiness is not in doubt. Nor, I think, is the price of it.
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