• GLASSES blog | On December 16, 2015, pianist Evgeny Kissin gave a special performance of rarely heard piano works by lesser-known Jewish composers and recited Yiddish poetry. As part of his encore, Kissin recited a poem which we wrote titled “Ani maymin” (“Credo”).
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    • GLASSES blog | Rosanne Cash reflects on her time as a Perspectives artist, her musical past, and what is yet to come in her storied 35-year career.
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    • GLASSES blog | One of the greatest conductors of all time, Sir Simon Rattle is renowned for his mastery of repertoire from the Baroque to the present day. In a recent interview, he discussed his two-season Perspectives series at Carnegie Hall that begins with him leading the Berliner Philharmoniker in five performances that encompass Beethoven’s nine symphonies.
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    • VIDEO blog | Rosanne Cash discusses her album "The List," which is based on an actual list that her father made for her when she was 18 years old.
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    • GLASSES blog | Picture an ensemble of 10 players crowded around one stage. A few more members and you’d have a small chamber orchestra, but, once they start, it’s clear this band doesn’t play “classical” music of the Beethoven variety. This kind has a whole lot more twang.
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