It has been 100 years since the premier… and yet it can very well be written tomorrow! The one and only Stravinsky and his Le Sacre du Printemps celebrate their centennial today. Igor Stravinsky’s own hand-written manuscripts are published for the first time this year, to coincide with the piece’s centenary. As innovative as it was,…
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Dancing in the Rain. Inside.
Dancers from Wayne McGregor | Random Dance inhabited rAndom International’s acclaimed Rain Room installation in the Barbican’s Curve gallery, performing continuously evolving interventions in the Rain, with a score by contemporary composer Max Richter.
Shoes. No socks.
After seeing some of these few pics… really makes you wanna peek in his shoe cupboard. Can’t help but wonder though… if he would have choose to wear socks rather than shoes, what would all of those look like?! ●Einstein and the Violin● Einstein’s mother, Pauline, was an accomplished pianist. She wanted her son to…
Accessorizing. Because a few feathers on the head never hurts. Unless they are still attached to their original owner. In which case, a hat does come in handy as a mediator.
Silent Room. Room for Silence.
“The Murray Hill anechoic chamber, built in 1940, is the world’s oldest wedge-based anechoic chamber. The interior room measures approximately 30 feet high by 28 feet wide by 32 feet deep. The exterior cement and brick walls are about 3 feet thick to reduce outside noise.” “The chamber absorbs over 99.995% of the incident acoustic energy…