Posts Tagged ‘latin’
LAURIE BARKER JAMES
In Spanish, “algo” translates into “something.” And the menu at Mi Tierra Latin Fusion Restaurant is literally full of algos. Every section is preceded by “algo”: “algo to start,”...
Last week, Chow, Baby promised to keep boring you with vacation slides of its latest international research trip, this time to the Caribbean coast of Colombia. Here’s one (an imaginary one; Chow Baby doesn’t photogr...
In keeping with the trend of presenting Latin American art as more than just Diego Rivera,
For chamber music fans in general, this is a banner week, with the Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth inaugurating its new season and the Kavafian-Schub-Shifrin Trio playing at the Kimbell (see Tuesday’s blurb).
While classical composers all over the world were going in for atonality and serialism, William Bolcom kept the faith and turned out tuneful, accessible compositions influenced by both ragtime (he rode the wave in the 1970s whe...