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GUEST BLOG—Death in Venice: What Price Metamorphosis? by Tom Jones

GUEST BLOG—Death in Venice: What Price Metamorphosis? by Tom Jones

  We have lingered in the chambers of the sea By sea-girls wreathed with seaweed red and brown Till human voices wake us, and we drown. – T.S. Eliot, “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock”   What is the nature of art and the artist? Is art to be […]

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GUEST POST — Exploring the Sounds of a Shared Style with Tom Jones

GUEST POST — Exploring the Sounds of a Shared Style with Tom Jones

Dear Friends, My impulse in creating this seminar was to share with others the type of experience I had when first reading the poetry of Du Fu, an experience that stayed with me through my career as a composer and conductor. One of the greatest ways to be exposed to […]

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GUEST BLOG – Thomas Jones on why you should choose Buddenbrooks this July

GUEST BLOG – Thomas Jones on why you should choose Buddenbrooks this July

In scope, detail, and humanity, Thomas Mann’s Buddenbrooks is a classic of modem literature and continues to be a model for family sagas, a genre of literature which follows generations of a family through a period of history. (Think Downton Abbey, The Forsythe Saga, The Thornbirds.) Buddenbrooks was Mann’s first […]

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