Weekly Update

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MISTY COPELAND COMES HOME

AMERICAN BALLET THEATRE’S prima ballerina conducts a master class in her hometown, the Los Angeles port of San Pedro. Click HERE

WHY ARE AMERICAN MUSIC TEACHERS OVERWHELMINGLY WHITE?

IN AMERICA, a racial divide sustains stereotypes. Click HERE

2015: JAZZ ROARED BACK
ANDY BETA, in the Wash Post, describes a remarkable turn-around thanks to a burst of younger talent. Click HERE

TIM PAGE ‘LIVING THE CLASSICAL LIFE’

PULITZER WINNING CRITIC is interviewed by Zsolt Bognár on obsession, teaching (now at USC), his Asperger’s syndrome, writing criticism, Glenn Gould and moGuitarre. Click HERE

IDENTIFY THIS INTERIOR SPACE THE CLUES AT RIGHT are abundant. Answer next week.

PERFORMING ARTS PEOPLE

THE CHERRY TRIO brings their annual New Year’s Day concert to Carmel’s Cherry Center. It’ll be a sellout. Click HERE

COMING UP

JANUARY WILL SEE the return to active duty by the Espressivo Chamber Orchestra, Kuumbwa Jazz Center, Santa Cruz Chamber Players, Santa Cruz Symphony, Jewel Theatre, and Distinguished Artists. Stay tuned.

Scott MacClelland, editor