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Artist's Voice: Madelon Galland

Last month, an Australian colleague alerted us to Madelon Galland's STUMP Project, begun in 1999, but which had recently caught…

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Bach Choir of Bethlehem: the 100th Festival

In early May, the Bach Choir of Bethlehem, the oldest US musical organization dedicated to J.S. Bach's music, holds its…

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Looking for Andy Warhol twenty years later

Highly accomplished in many fields, Andy Warhol served as a modern version of the classic Renaissance man, making a name…

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Whining As Performance Art: Tales of 'Valituskuoro'

If you’ve ever sung in a choir you know the wonderful feeling of oneness with others. There is the solidarity…

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Glass & Reich @ 70

In recent months the musical world celebrated seventieth birthday landmarks of two composers who can surely be credited with having…

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The Artful Truth: John Fugelsang and 'All the Wrong Reasons'

It’s often said you can’t be true to your art without offending your mother -- John Fugelsang, comedian, actor, ex-TV…

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US playwrights and 'development hell'

A follow-on from an earlier Arts Hub news story about US playwrights finding themselves stuck in “development hell.” How does…

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Will and the world

First in a series of book reviews that presents a group of well-received books on Shakespeare that have come out…

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Becoming Urban

New York City was the gateway to the twentieth-century in America, and the city became the emblem of the best…

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Pittsburgh arts scene

First in a series of portraits of the arts scene in regions around the US, beginning with Pittsburgh, PA, a…

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