Tag: jazz

New World School of the Arts – NWSA Rising Stars 2017

New World School of the Arts – NWSA Rising Stars 2017

♪ [music] ♪ – [Male 1] Oh, it’s the 30th anniversary of New World tonight! – [Male 2] Happy birthday to New World School of the Arts. Give us another 30 great years. – [Female 1] I never thought any of us would get married. – [Female 2] I know, especially Mandy. – I know!

Who decides whether art is ‘good’ or ‘bad’? | A.O. Scott

Who decides whether art is ‘good’ or ‘bad’? | A.O. Scott

I think that taste hierarchies do exist and they’re almost always the kind of the representation of other sorts of hierarchies and assumptions. And that’s why I really think that part of the job of criticism is to be against them, is to refuse, at least the categorization of things as high and low. I

Ethan Hawke: Access Your Subconscious to Achieve Creativity

Ethan Hawke: Access Your Subconscious to Achieve Creativity

When I first started trying to write – because I came on writing as an actor and you realize very quickly that there’s a big difference between being ambiguous and being vague. And being vague is out of focus, blurry, oh yeah everything’s kind of true. In being ambiguous is a little bit more than

Jo Lawry – Word Painting for Singers

Jo Lawry – Word Painting for Singers

Today, I’d like to talk to you about interpreting a lyric, and I’m going to talk to you about a particular set of tools, and an approach that some people refer to as “word painting”. It’s singing a word in such a way that it sounds like the meaning of the word. I could just