Other Voices, Other Rooms

Here’s a tour of some other intruiging Nippertown arts and entertainment spaces:

At My Big Gay Ears, Joseph Dalton has three reviews of the New York City Ballet @ SPAC. You can also catch his review of Tosca @ Glimmerglass Opera in the Albany Times Union.

Over at HudsonSounds, Mary Jane Leach notes that Dissonance Is Not A Modern Invention.

J. Eric Smith has listed his ten favorite films that don’t make any sense at all, and the discussion is a-raging.

Rural Intelligence takes a look at the burgeoning trend that is community radio, touching on WBCR Berkshire Community Radio in Great Barrington, WHDD Robin Hood Radio in Sharton, CT and WGXC Hands-On Radio in Hudson.

Jacob’s Pillow reviews: Berkshire Fine Arts has Charles Giuliano’s review of Pichet Klunchun Dance Company’s US premiere of Chui Chai and Ken Ross’ review of Armitage Gone! Dance.

Get Visual: David Brickman gives thumbs up to Andrew Wyeth: An American Legend @ The Hyde Collection, thumbs down to the Seward Johnson sculptures all over downtown Albany, and thumbs up to Monica Miller @ Joyce Goldstein Gallery.

Gail Sez has no less than eleven current theater reviews, from one end of Nippertown to the other.

AlbanyJazz: Lots of photos. Yes, lots of photos from recent area jazz concerts, including a lovely batch of Richard Johnson’s photographs of the Jazz on Jay musical memorial to the late Sam Farkas online at AlbanyJazz.com. There are some words, too – J Hunter also weighs in on the Freihofer Jazz Festival and the wonder that is 20-year-old Hailey Niswanger.

Chuck Miller is breaking a lot of artistic ground lately. A couple of weeks ago, he wrote about preparations for his first art exhibition. Now, he’s writing about the publishing of his first book. Way to go, Chuck.

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