He is very active with the music of living composers, regularly performing and commissioning new works. Rosenbaum has also performed numerous innovative percussion works which have taken music for percussion to new places.
I am by no means a reviewer, but I have experienced betrayal. My 26-year marriage ended with it, with subsequent lies and deceits still surfacing layers of betrayal. I am interested in exploring the topic and want to know if art imitates life, and more importantly, if it can make sense of it.
Malavika Sarukkai, the Indian classical dancer par excellence, believes that dance is sacred. This ideology has followed her like a sutra and was actualized in a performance in 2012 at the White Lights Festival, Lincoln Center.
One of the great pleasures of going to see ballet in a dance capital like New York is that she is likely to be seated next to a true veteran who starts conversations with "I saw José Limón dance the Moor."
The opera begins and ends with Anna saying, "I want to blow you all... a kiss." As I bid farewell to City Opera, I too blow them a kiss for their brave attempt to bring opera to the people and to convert me to the opera Queen that I am.
I imagine it's been a long time since the New York Philharmonic played with so much chatter going on in the audience. But the screening of 2001: A Space Odyssey was more like a pops concert than their usual fare.
This year was all about fashioning the change for an equal mainstream platform for designers of color. We are dedicated to the future of fashion and excited to see the progression of these extraordinary designers.
Prescription Mozart is my shorthand for the leveraging of art's transformative power in the service of healing. It is a vision in which artistic expression -- collaborative, open-sourced and radically welcoming -- is once again positioned as central to human wholeness and societal harmony.
Few things have the power to surprise and delight the inhabitants of the city that never sleeps. Let's face it, New Yorkers are just not easily impressed. But at Sing for Hope, we know that putting 88 pianos around town makes New Yorkers look up and take notice. And of course, make music!
Utterly obsessed fan that I was, I'd decided to sleep out for a full two nights under the marquee of the Fillmore East on 2nd Avenue and East 6th St. to buy tickets for The Who's Final Performance of "Tommy."