Victoria Looseleaf | Link TV
Victoria Looseleaf is an award-winning international arts journalist, having contributed many hundreds of articles to the Los Angeles Times, KCET Artbound, Dance Magazine, Performances Magazine and the New York Times, among other outlets. In addition, she publishes a blog, The Looseleaf Report, adjudicates dances festivals, and frequently moderates pre-concert talks. Looseleaf has also filed datelines from around the world, including such cultural hotspots as Abu Dhabi, Vienna, Tel Aviv, Buenos Aires, Berlin and Amsterdam. Her novella in verse, "Isn’t It Rich?" is currently being adapted for the stage.
Post date: 2018-12-13T10:55:14-08:00
Award-winning composer Lisa Bielawa is tasked to help preserve Glass’s inimitable legacy in music, but also to create new courses and curricula that build on the principles and vision of Glass.
Post date: 2017-08-01T11:19:54-07:00
A collaborative exhibition between artists and scientists showcases mankind's fascination with eclipses and evokes the strange feelings associated with the rare event.
Post date: 2017-06-12T11:40:10-07:00
A new tome, “Queer Threads: Crafting Identity and Community,” co-edited by John Chaich and fashion mogul Todd Oldham features the works of 30 actively engaged LGBTQ artists using fiber to ask tough questions.
Post date: 2017-05-25T10:02:54-07:00
Jennifer Koh is not like every classical violinist, who plays only Bach, Tchaikovsky, Brahms and the like. Over the years, she has become an advocate for contemporary compositions, premiering more than 50 works written especially for her.
Post date: 2017-05-24T11:11:07-07:00
There aren’t too many lyric baritones who can not only sing in a number of Philip Glass operas and work with Björk, but also assume the guise of Desi Arnaz. It seems Gregory Purnhagen can do it all.
Post date: 2017-05-22T14:21:56-07:00
We may not have elected a woman president in 2016, but more and more women are gracing the podium and the stage in classical opera. Here are a few stellar examples and what obstacles they faced to get where they are.