Weekly Update

SALVADOR DALÍ RETURNS TO MONTESal & RaquelREY

RESURRECTION, PART 1: Newsman Royal Calkins comments on the conversion of the Museum of Monterey to a house of Dalí, seen here with Raquel Welch and his portrait of her, I—cross my fingers—believe. Click HERE

BACH FEST 2016 SEASON ANNOUNCED

HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE Handel’s Water Music, CPE Bach’s Magnificat, Mozart’s opera Idomeneo, JS Bach’s Mass in B Minor and Ein feste Burg, Whitacre’s ‘pray for rain’ Cloudburst and Mendelssohn’s “Reformation” Symphony. For details, click HERE

BERNIE SANDERS CONDUCTING

WHEN DID ROSSINI ever get more subtlety? For a giggle click the VIDEO

 

 

 

 

 

 

SC SHAKESPEARE SEASON ANNOUNCED

THE 2016 SEASON, the first in the company’s new outdoor venue in DeLaveaga Park, starts on July 15 with Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, followed by Shakespeare’s darkly wholesome family tragedy, Hamlet, opening July 29. Plus SCS continues the tradition of showcasing the season’s intern acting company with a Fringe production of the time-travel, gender-bending comedy Orlando, by Sarah Ruhl and based on the novel by Virginia Woolf, starting August 17. Click HERE

USING THEATER & DANCE TO TEACH MATH

WHERE WERE THEY WHEN I NEED HELP, DESPERATELY? Mariah Balingit reports in the Washington Post. Click HERE

PAVAROTTI ADMITS EMBARRASSMENTS

THE GREAT OPERA STAR answers a question from the audience. Click the video

 

 

 

 

 

 

JAY-Z DOESN’T KNOW WHAT HE’S TALKING ABOUT

BUT BRANFORD MARSALIS DOES. Read all about it HERE

PERFORMING ARTS PEOPLE

RESURRECTION PART 2: Carol Marquart restores the long-dead to life. Philip Pearce roped her in from the wild, wild West. Click HERE

FRESH REVIEW & COMMENT

YOUTH MUSIC MONTEREY COUNTY and YOSAL. Click HERE

Scott MacClelland, editor