Tag Archives: Heidi Waleson

In Kepler’s Orbit

by Suzanne Calvin

One of the intersesting aspects of this summer’s Spoleto Festival USA in South Carolina is a new production of Philip Glass’s “Kepler” about the famed German mathematician and astronomer who discovered the laws of planetary motion that now bear his name. Heidi Waleson of “The Wall Street Journal” writes: “Mr. Glass’s signature repetitive musical style deftly […]

Occupy Opera

by Suzanne Calvin

A new work by British composer Peter Maxwell Davies for the Juilliard School got off with a bang last week. Heidi Waleson, writing for “The Wall Street Journal” noted: “With timid tonality pervading so many new operas, it was refreshing to hear the edgy, acerbic sounds of Peter Maxwell Davies’s “Kommilitonen!” presented by the Juilliard […]

The Reviews are IN! Part Three

by Suzanne Calvin

We have a two-fer from journalism’s peripatetic gentleman, Willard Spiegelman.  First, this man-on-the-scene take for D magazine’s Frontburner Blog.  Followed by a detailed analysis for the Wall Street Journal of the Dallas Arts District and the quest for pedestrian life in that quadrant of Downtown Dallas, as well as the features of these opulent new additions. Elsewhere in the […]