Posts Tagged ‘Van Cliburn’
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From Montreal with Charm

Jacques Marquis has been here only four months, but he’s leading the Van Cliburn Competition.
KRISTIAN LIN
Talking to people in classical music who have worked with Jacques Marquis, the word “charming” pops up repeatedly to describe him. That charm and his other talents will soon be tested: Having never attended a previous editi...


Tomb offering stand. Tang dynasty, 8th century. Earthenware, three-color (sancai) glaze, 2 1/16 by diam. 11 ¼ inches (5.2 by 28.6 cm). Norton Museum of Art, Purchase, the R.H. Norton Trust, 62.11. © Norton Museum of Art

Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 5 The infinitely refined artistry of Chinese ceramics is on display at the Crow Collection of Asian Art in Dallas. On the Silk Road and the High Seas: Chinese Ceramics, Culture, and Commerce explores the history of porc...



Cliburn in Russia

Jimmy Fowler
Van Cliburn is such An Institution here in the Fort that he tends to get taken for granted. But this past weekend The New York Times showed Cliburn some love with an intriguing story about his recent return visit to Russia to s...


Van Cliburn ‘Jazzes’ Up National Anthem

Jeff Prince
Last Friday, I blogged about Fort Worth Star-Telegram columnist Bud Kennedy gushing in anticipation of Van Cluburn’s scheduled performance of the national anthem at Cowboys Stadium. That performance wasn’t yet avai...



Van Cliburn National Anthem At Cowboys Stadium

Jeff Prince
Van Cliburn’s rendition of The Star-Spangled Banner is waxed upon in a rather uncharacteristic gushing manner by Fort Worth Star-Telegram columnist Bud Kennedy in today’s paper. I was going to post a YouTube video o...