Monthly Archives: February 2017

Tetzlaff, Wonderful Tetzlaff!

As I sat in Stanford University’s spacious yet intimate┬áBing Concert Hall last night, listening to Christian Tetzlaff and Lars Vogt play a series of violin sonatas together, I found myself searching for the source of the violinist’s mysterious allure. It … Continue reading

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Available Light

In a 1986 interview, Jerome Robbins attempted to define choreography by saying that it was concerned with not only the way dancers move, “but the way they move in space— because that’s what ballets are about, which is that volume of space which … Continue reading

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