2017shadows of listening by Marcos Balter paid homage to the memory of Boulez and Oliveros, who both died in 2016. The work, performed by cellist Katinka Kleijn, combined spoken text, live electronics, and the sound of the cello into one multifaceted performance. Similar to the work by Oliveros earlier in the program, one becomes aware of the musician as performer. Although now, through the use of voice and costume, this aspect became even more pronounced and theatrical.
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BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese President Xi Jinping has raised expectations he will tackle corruption much more forcefully than his predecessors, but official data on investigations suggests the crackdown so far is little different to previous years. China's President Xi Jinping stands next to a Chinese national flag during a welcoming ceremony at the Great Hall of the People, in Beijing, November 13, 2013.
@ReporterClaudia Every time I’ve been to a Trader Joe’s in Manhattan it looks like that, doesn’t even matter what time of day. You can do half your shopping in line. (To be fair, I haven’t been in awhile. Can’t imagine it’s gotten any better, though.)
@sherlyholmes I grew up a couple miles from 1989 Loma Prieta epicenter. I wouldn’t call it anxiety, but I have this funny thing that happens up to once a month where I’ll wake up thinking there’s a (small) earthquake. Not scary, but visceral. I realize it’s nothing, fall right back asleep. 🤷♂️