Let’s face it. 2012 was by no means a great theatre year. Even so, there was good work that went on in San Diego and elsewhere, despite a disappointing overall result.
Everything else that isn’t a critical review
DANCE/USA An unexpected visit from Amy Fitterer, Executive Director for Dance/USA, dovetailed nicely with recent announcements from the National Endowment for the Arts. While nine NEA grants totaling $213,000 were awarded to San Diego County organizations, none were for dance projects. Most notably missing from the list was Trolley Dances which has been producing site-specific […]
The National Endowment for the Arts has selected two San Diego County music organizations for major grants for the coming year. NEA Chairman Rocco Landesman announced Tuesday (Nov. 27) that San Diego Opera is slated to receive a $50,000 grant in support of its new production in the spring of 2013 of 20th-century Italian composer […]
If you are a chamber music ensemble, you know that you have arrived when a prestigious music school invites you for a long term residency and puts you on the full time faculty. It is one thing to have a busy touring schedule and a fistful of glowing reviews, but nothing compares with the security […]