Art

Taking Classical Music to Bars and Taverns

Matt Haimovitz was recognized as a child prodigy and by thirteen was studying at Juilliard with Leonard Rose, who described him as “probably the greatest talent I have ever taught.” He made his professional debut at fifteen with Zubin Mehta and the Israel Philharmonic O...

Spoken Word Poet Kirk Nugent

In college cafés and clubs, the performance art form known as spoken word is gaining recognition and respect. For those unfamiliar with this creative genre, think of it as a lyrical short story narrative delivered through verse. Unlike the more academically acceptable f...

Revealing the Unseen

Evan Grant startlingly shows the evidence of sound and vibrations as being the source of all matter. His passion for Cymatics, the study of wave phenomena inspired him to unveil the hidden worlds, which are only obvious to those who look closer into the source of all na...

The Danger of Unheard Sounds

Seeing is believing, but a bizarre experiment revealed that people are affected by sound they cannot hear nor see. Scientists working at Liverpool’s Metropolitan Cathedral analyzed the responses of 250 people who heard a 50 minute piano recital and also inaudible vibrat...

The Art of Illumination: Anna Cheung’s Mystic Journey

An ordinary woman free of religion or beliefs used her brush to paint the story of her trek through the Himalayas to Tibet’s Mount Kailash. It is more than an exhibition of art. It is more than the record of a personal journey. It is a visual account of a pilgrimage tha...

Skip to toolbar