The Royal Ballet Full Class - World Ballet Day 2014
Watch the full morning class from The Royal Ballet in London. Class is taken by Brian Maloney.
Find out more about World Ballet Day at http://www.roh.org.uk/worldballetday
I watched all of this and it was absolutely fascinating.
It’s amazing what the human body can be convinced to do.
I have lost count of how many times I have reblogged this
I don’t care
this is horrible and wonderful.
Ron Miles with Bill Frisell and Brian Blade: “Bruise” from Quiver (2012)
Just found out that this trio is dropping another album on Tuesday
"This, of course, is no ordinary trio; joining Miles again are guitar god Bill Frisell and drum god Brian Blade, the perfect companions for a leader who only uses jazz as a starting point for his music, but typically ends up in a place not easily classifiable. It oddly feels comfortable, anyway."
-from Something Else
next Tuesday is now officially A Day To Look Forward To
First Listen : David Power / the eighteen Moloney
David Power is a bagpiping badass and a really nice guy. Solid combo.
Happy birthday Yo-Yo Ma! Watch this video on how he makes his music his own kind of storytelling in this segment from a previous Live From Lincoln Center feature.
the two notes from 1:23-1:28 made all the hair on the back of my neck stand up.
Ernie Carpenter : Elk River Blues
"The Carpenter family home at the mouth of Laurel Fork was inundated by the Sutton Dam, completed in 1955 by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Ernie Carpenter never got over his sense of loss of the old place, which was his fondest connection with the past."
Ola Belle Reed - “Undone Sorrow”
Gorgeous. Sharp. Haunted as hell.
The melody is the same, or nearly the same, as Elk River Blues.
What a beautiful set.
Also, it makes me very happy that there is an International Concertina Association and that they have a SoundCloud stream
Sarah Cahill is a freaking beast on the piano and I would gladly listen to her play anything.
(Source: q2newmusic / Q2 Music)