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“Paa” has a weird I’m-my-own-grandpa charge.
Ms. Boyle’s album, “I Dreamed a Dream,” sold 701,000 copies in the United States, the biggest opening-week sales for any album this year.
Ms. Hawes was a folklorist, teacher and singer who helped write “M.T.A.,” an enduring folk ditty that became a hit for the Kingston Trio in 1959.
Young’s drawings, paintings, films and album designs reflect the spirit of his loft, described as "the center of the Jazz universe," from 1959 to 1965, when it provided Thelonius Monk, Charles Mingus, Stan Getz, Zoot Sims, Miles Davis and Bill Evans—among other legends—a place to rehearse, jam and experiment.
NYC ARTS: Galleries: posted over 3 years ago
Chris Stain Originally uploaded by charles le brigand An example of Chris Stain’s work. He will be one of three artists creating one-night-only pieces for Art in General’s 2nd Annual Saturday Night Party. For tickets and more information go to http://www.artingeneral.org/events/957. Posted in...
Art Production: posted over 3 years ago
The Arditti Quartet managed to pull together a short but vigorous string quartet program despite last minute changes to the schedule at Zankel Hall on Wednesday.
“The Strip” sweats to wring laughs from overworked themes and underwhelming performances.