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Review: Philip Glass's 'Words Without Music' Tells of a Life Full of Changes …
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That is one of many revealing anecdotes in “Words Without Music,” Mr. Glass's warm, low-key and often delightful new memoir. Mr. Glass, one of the most influential and prolific composers of operas, symphonies, chamber works and film scores, is now 78.

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Review: ‘Legends & Visionaries’ by New York Theater Ballet
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New York Theater Ballet’s production at New York Live Arts includes two premieres, along with a 1964 work by Merce Cunningham and a touch of Lewis Carroll.

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Quatuor Diotima review – exhilarating odyssey into the unusual
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St Leonard’s, Shoreditch, LondonThe radical ensemble deployed slithering bows, explosive finger-plucking and a galloping pulse at the Spitalfields Music winter festival Continue reading…

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Art review: Southwestern Pennsylvania Council for the Arts …
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Featuring 66 works by 66 artists in a variety of media, the Southwestern Pennsylvania Council for the Arts' 19th annual Regional Juried Art Exhibition is one of the council's largest and most varied showings to date. The group …

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The Grandmaster review – thrilling but often incoherent …
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The Grandmaster review – thrilling but often incoherent martial arts epic. 3 / 5 stars. Wong Kar-wai's latest martial arts blockbuster is at heart a story of forbidden love. the grandmaster. Zhang Ziyi, centre, as Gong Er in Wong …

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Take Your Vacation — Please! – Harvard Business Review
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I have a confession to make: I'm not very good at taking vacations. That doesn't mean that I don't take them at all, just that it's a bit of a struggle. Unfortunately I'm not alone, particularly among Americans. Expedia's annual …

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Malcolm Middleton and David Shrigley: Music and Words review – mistletoe and misanthropy
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(Melodic) Those who don’t find foul language entertaining should look away now. There is little on Words and Music – the collaboration between Malcolm Middleton, the erstwhile blond half of Scots duo Arab Strap, and the Turner-nominated visual artist David Shrigley – that isn’t rude, crude or otherwise socially unacceptable. Those with a taste for […]

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Malcolm Middleton and David Shrigley: Music and Words review – mistletoe and …
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Those who don't find foul language entertaining should look away now. There is little on Words and Music – the collaboration between Malcolm Middleton, the erstwhile blond half of Scots duo Arab Strap, and the Turner-nominated visual artist David …

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