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2015

ARCHIVE

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In the Fade

Phantom Thread

24 Frames

The Commuter

The Insult

The Strange Ones

Marshall

The Ballad of Lefty Brown

Roman J. Israel, Esq.

Lucky

Goksung (The Wailing)

The Galapagos Affair:

Satan Came to Eden

ART  

2nd Annual Juried Show: Printmakers

Bethlehem House Gallery

An American Kid in Saigon

Sandy Hanna, New Hope Arts Center

Point, Counter-Point: Alan Soffer, Brian Dickerson, Moe Brooker

Delaware Art Museum


Impressions in Ink: Prints from the Arthur Ross Collection

Arthur Ross Gallery

Lalla Essaydi

Williams Center Gallery, Lafayette College

Katya Grokhovsky: System Failure

Martin Art Gallery, Muhlenberg College


EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW

JOSHUA BELL

ENTERTAINMENT

THEATER

THE LIST

AGENDA

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HARPER'S FINDINGS

HARPER'S INDEX

P.O. Box 120 • New Hope, PA 18938 215.862.9558

FILM

MUSIC

Chris Thile

Dan Penn

Caroline Cotter

J.D. Wilkes

Chris Hillman

Dorothy Hindman

H.C. McEntire

Gary Peacock Trio

Sylvie Courvoisier Trio

J.S. Bach/Toke Møldrup

Ed Palermo Big Band

Wynton Kelly

Alan Vega

Sao Tome, Jessica Bastidas

Bethlehem House Gallery

Joyful, Moe Brooker

Delaware Art Museum

Converging Territories, Lalla Essaydi

Lafayette Art Gallery

Bell typically isn’t bothered by applause between movements (traditionally considered to be a no-no), but he admits to getting miffed when premature clapping interrupts or overshadows the emotional impact of a quiet, meditative ending. With certain pieces, he sometimes even asks audiences ahead of time to hold their applause and allow for a moment of silence.

— Kyle MacMillan, Chicago Symphony Orchestra (2014)

The Spy, Sandy Hanna

New Hope Arts Center