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Scene4 Magazine: "The Fighter", "Blue Valentine", "True Grit" reviewed by Miles David Moore March 2011

FILM (Reviews)
The Fighter
Blue Valentine
True Grit

...based on a true story, The Fighter represents an extreme version of the working-class experience, and it has some interesting things to say about the hearts that beat under rough, even threatening exteriors.
Miles David Moore

Scene4 Magaine - "Nixon in China-the Opera"  reviewed by Karren Alenier March 2011

Nixon in China

John Adams' first opera Nixon in China, an engaging four-hour work at the Metropolitan Opera where the composer led the orchestra and baritone James Maddalena sang Nixon, a role he developed in the opera's 1987 Houston Grand Opera premiere.
Karren Alenier

Scene4 Magazine: "Feast for the Senses" reviewed by Renate Stendhal March 2011

MUSIC (Book Review)
Feast for the Senses

Brings to mind the Renaissance: A Medici prince, let's say, with a vision and a train of musicians moves from castle to castle, feast to feast, meeting and inviting along artists and artisans..
Renate Stendhal


Somdej Ya
A Woman of History

It was not easy for a common Thai woman to marry a Thai prince. The man who fell in love with her was a first year student at Harvard medical school. That man was the son of King Chulalongkorn (Rama V).
Janine Yasovant

คลิกเพื่ออ่านบทความนี้ เป็นภาษาไทย

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March 2011

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March 2011

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