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SPOLETO 2017 REVIEW: Music in Time | Lecture on the Weather

SPOLETO 2017 REVIEW: Music in Time | Lecture on the Weather

MUSIC by Matt Dobie John Cage’s Lecture on the Weather was the last installment of the Music in Time Series at this year’s Spoleto Festival USA, though some may not even call it music. Heck, I don’t really consider it music, but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t a fantastic experience. The piece begins ...
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SPOLETO 2017 REVIEW: Il n’es pas encore minuit

SPOLETO 2017 REVIEW: Il n’es pas encore minuit

PHYSICAL THEATER by Emily Reyna A fight breaks out in Memminger Auditorium. It’s a full out brawl between the men and women performers of Compagnie XY, a completely choreographed and planned scene for the opening of Il n’est pas encore minuit. This beginning tension only grows after the fighting ceases. Much is communicated ...
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SPOLETO 2017 REIVEW: Chamber Music

SPOLETO 2017 REIVEW: Chamber Music

MUSIC by Matt Dobie The Bank of America Chamber Music series at the Dock Street Theatre is something I look forward to every Spoleto season. And once again, it hasn’t disappointed. The series runs the length of the festival, with eleven different programs performed three times each. The program I attended featured the ...
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SPOLETO 2017 REVIEW: Westminster Choir

SPOLETO 2017 REVIEW: Westminster Choir

MUSIC by Emily Reyna Inside the walls of the 200-year-old Cathedral Church of St. Luke and St. Paul, the first verse to “Death and Resurrection” from The Valley of Delight rang out, illuminated by the late evening sun. “Love surround me, make me whole. Grow in light. Fill my soul.” This performance ...
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What Artists Are Saying About the Art in Marion Square

What Artists Are Saying About the Art in Marion Square

WHAT ARTISTS ARE SAYING ABOUT THE ART IN MARION SQUARE by Katie Kearns Geer & Matt Mill Piccolo Spoleto packs in hundreds of plays, poetry readings, and choral performances, but the ...
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