In what ways can what we do as artists be ultimately meaningful?
Let this be a lesson: Art is not immune from politics.
My tone has softened on Glass, but he remains a composer about whom I am supremely ambivalent.
Immediately after learning that ‘L’amour de loin’ was going to be performed, I set about trying to find a way to see i
Activist, cartoonist and journalist Joe Sacco, will be sharing his work today at the Michigan Theatre.
Sure, some of their stuff is mindless shitposting, but if you look past the irony and absurdity and vulgarity often you’ll find a message containing a keen social critique.
On Friday, the quartet will be presenting a program containing old favorites of the genre (Haydn and Beethoven), but also a relatively new work by respected contemporary British composer Thomas Adès.