• Tag: Perspectives (36)

    • GLASSES blog | In a recent conversation with Jeremy Geffen, Carnegie Hall’s director of artistic planning, Sir Simon Rattle discussed the origins of his affinity for Mahler, the combination of works that he likes to call “Mahler’s 11th,” and how the composer continues to inspire Rattle’s conducting.
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    • 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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