“This exhibition, drawn from the collections of nine major cultural institutions gathered in the Europeana Sounds project, offers a selection of machines that illustrate a wide range of techniques and technologies.”
This exhibition includes recording and playing machines such as: wax and cylinder disks, shellac and vinyl disks, radios and more.
Recording and Playing Machines
Written by Adam Shatz
A new suite for string quartet weds Western and Arabic music with intelligence, integrity, and feeling.
“…The inspiration for Free Palestine came from the Old City of Jerusalem, which King visited in 2011 while touring with the Merce Cunningham Dance Company. He wandered into a Palestinian cafe, ordered a mint tea, and listened to the men around him…”
Read Adam Shatz’s take on John King’s “Free Palestine.”
A World of Shared Ecstasy
Written by Margot Singer
“Learning to play the piano as a kid, I was not especially fond of Bach. I loved Beethoven, Schubert, Dvorák, Brahms. Bach, on the other hand, hurt my head…”
Can a Novel be a Fugue?
Margot Singer’s novel, Underground Fugue, was published in April. Her story collection, The Pale of Settlement, won the Flannery O’Connor Award for Short Fiction, the Reform Judaism Prize for Jewish Fiction, the Glasgow Prize for Emerging Writers, and an Honorable Mention for the PEN/Hemingway Award.
Watch this mini-documentary on the Cello Workshop offered at the European Graduate School.
For more information go to egs.edu
“August 2017 by Dean Christopher Fynsk, Violin-maker Robert Brewer Young, and Nico Jenkins. Final violin performance is by Xinyu Zhang.”