This post is a part of a series of posts from UMS Artists in Residence. Artists come from various disciples and attend several UMS performances throughout the season as another source of inspiration…
Your Southeast Michigan arts & culture adventures, curated by UMS Blogging Fellow Amanda Krugliak.
Considered one of the greatest operas of its time, University of Michigan’s School of Music, Theatre, & Dance details the significance of performing The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess in concert.
A star flutist only comes around once or twice in a generation — and it’s fair to say that this generation’s strongest candidate is the Swiss-born Emmanuel Pahud. We sat down with the Berlin Philharmonic principal flutist last year about his upcoming Ann Arbor recital on Wednesday, February 14, 2018.
Your Southeast Michigan arts & culture adventures, curated by UMS Blogging Fellow Hailey Dukes.
“These kind of disruptions can be groundbreaking,” summed up Detroit native Taylor Renee Aldridge. “We need to have these dialogues.”
In an increasingly polarized world, it’s tempting to take complicated issues and turn them into reductive problems that lack both substance and nuance. But as the American actress and playwright Lisa Kron has said, “If there’s only one point of view, there’s no drama. Drama only occurs when people come up against situations outside of themselves and are changed by them.”
Hitchhiker’s Guide to the United States: Doyle Armbrust interviews Gabriel Kahane.
Chemistry Professor Ginger Shultz explains the incorporation of performance in organic chemistry.