chagalov:

Le mime Marcel Marceau, 1976 -by Jack Mitchell
from drouot

HH:  I saw him perform in Tucson, AZ at the U of A when I was all of 17.  I had never seen anything quite like it and was fascinated by the artistry of the man.  
U of A had a really good series of free performances to the students.  That was worth more than some of the classes to be sure.

chagalov:

Le mime Marcel Marceau, 1976 -by Jack Mitchell

from drouot

HH:  I saw him perform in Tucson, AZ at the U of A when I was all of 17.  I had never seen anything quite like it and was fascinated by the artistry of the man.  

U of A had a really good series of free performances to the students.  That was worth more than some of the classes to be sure.

Merce Cunningham, 1981. [Photo by Terry Stevenson. All images courtesy of Beth Weinstein.]The career of Merce Cunningham (born 1919 in Centralia, Washington; died 2009 in New York City) was notable not only for its major achievement in contemporary dance but also for its many strong collaborations with major artists, designers and composers. Over his long career Cunningham developed a unique collaborative method for an art, as Cunningham famously described dance, “in space and time.”

Merce Cunningham, 1981. [Photo by Terry Stevenson. All images courtesy of Beth Weinstein.]

The career of Merce Cunningham (born 1919 in Centralia, Washington; died 2009 in New York City) was notable not only for its major achievement in contemporary dance but also for its many strong collaborations with major artists, designers and composers. Over his long career Cunningham developed a unique collaborative method for an art, as Cunningham famously described dance, “in space and time.”

Vatican 1600 (Allegri’s Miserere performed by the Tallis Scholars)

This recording of Gregorio Allegri’s glorious Miserere is perhaps the purest, most definitive sound ever achieved by a professional choir. It was performed by the Tallis Scholars under the direction of Peter Phillips and recorded by Gimell Records in the early 1980s.