ICYMI: Amtrak Crashes Z'EV, 100 Blue Note Redux, Berloni's Stage Pets, Corella's Penn. Ballet
Be it classical music, jazz, theater or dance, news gets packed so tightly here at Classicalite, we often have some leftover headlines.
To wit, in order to keep our readers abreast of each and every one of those arts, C-LITE's Newsdesk has compiled the best--those stories, those people, those URLs getting clicked.
Here, then, is Classicalite's "In Case You Missed It" for...
Saturday, March 19, 2016.
One of the passengers seriously injured in the Amtrak derailment earlier this week is reflecting on the scary moments leading up to the crash, and his long road to recovery. As he still tries to wrap his mind around what happened, professional percussionist Z'EV says he's just grateful to be alive.
Yes, Classicalites, let's help Z'EV through this!
Launched by Alfred Lion way back in 1939, Blue Note Records are bringing up the big seven five in style this year, with the announcement that they will be reissuing 100 iconic records from their sprawling catalogue which a cursory glance will tell you numbers close to 1,000 records.
Broadway’s animal expert turns rescue dogs into stars [Washington Post]
First production of ‘Annie’ started William Berloni on a long career with animals.
And, while you're at it, do check out our exclusive "Classicalite Q&A" with Mr. Bill Berloni, himself.
This Man Is Trying to Reinvent the Pennsylvania Ballet [New York Times]
Angel Corella knows a thing or two about “Don Quixote,” a ballet in which he had few rivals during his reign as a star dancer with American Ballet Theater. So at a recent rehearsal of his new production at the Pennsylvania Ballet, where he is artistic director, he had some practical advice to offer.