Debutante – as so many of us still are

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Introducing Kanye

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Jerome Ellis’ Variations

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Things and Music. Mostly Music.

On Friday October 4, I performed in the tenth annual Prelude festival, a showcasing of new work in theater and performance, in New York. Read more »

Sit With It

I first heard the mbira, an African thumb piano, during my first year of college. The particular music I heard, some traditional songs from Zimbabwe, made a deep impression on me through... Read more »

How to Get From Here to There

By now it is a cliché to describe art in terms of transportation–being transported somewhere, emotionally, spiritually, whatever, by a painting, novel, etc. But allow me to venture something else on the... Read more »

What Is Sublime? The Unexpected

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Your Soul Will Thank You, Trust Me

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Room for Dancing

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