Two men. One musical. A lot of hats. And a lot of laughter.
By the end of the play, concepts ranging from the differences between art and reality to the extent of an individual’s significance are explored, leaving audience members with plenty of material to ponder.
On the surface, happiness seems to have an obvious correlation with wealth and leisure time. The two aren’t exclusively related, however.
The scenes mix drama and comedy, with a focus on themes that appeal to the average Michigan student.
One of the most exciting types of ensembles appearing today is the “new music” ensemble, a group of musicians dedicated to performing the music of living or recently living composers.
Do the people who show us the ideal product of our art fuel us? Or are we hindered by the people who question it?
"In Baroque music ensembles you always have a trio, even if there are four musicians.”
Over the subsequent decades the CBCO has come to stand as a symbol of Chinese culture, led to prominence by conductor and composer Peng Xiuwen.
The combination of the film and the live music make this event a unique experience.
Maybe zen comes in sweaty packages after all.