An interview with the curator for Cooper Gallery's newest exhibition.
Renowned British conductor Nicholas McGegan has been the music director of San Francisco’s Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra and Chorale for more than 30 years. The Crimson sat down with McGegan before his performance conducting a program of Mozart at the Handel and Haydn Society in Boston on March 3 and 5.
Far from traditional, but definitely encapsulating the grace of classical ballet, Forsythe’s restaging of his ballet, “Artifact,” ran in the Boston Opera House Feb. 23-26 and March 2-5.
The diversity and talent of Harvard College was on full display Saturday evening at the Harvard Foundation’s 32nd Cultural Rhythms show. The show—part of a whole week of dialogue around race, ethnicity, and gender—featured many of Harvard’s cultural performance groups.
Although Miles P. Hewitt no longer lives in Pfoho, he still spends many hours in the house’s basement recording studio
The highlight of the show was certainly Glass’ Movement II in the Tirol Concerto; Russian composer Anton Batagov delivered a breathtaking performance on the piano, doing complete justice to Glass’ work of art.