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Photographer and author Walter Rosenblum, and dancer and choreographer Daniel Nagrin discuss art, life, photography, and dance. The two answer the question “What calls one to a life of art?” and other driving factors for artists such as political, social, and economic interests. Studs opens and closes this program by playing an untitled Armenian dance song.
Merce Cunningham, choreographer and John Cage musician and composer speak about music and dance. The two gentlemen discuss with Studs how music and dance come together to create the avant-garde of art in both worlds (music and dance).
Program includes an excerpt of an October 1966 interview with dancer and choreographer Murray Louis (T1817).
Page created a folk ballet of this archetypal story of murder, jealousy and revenge in 1938, and Holmes adapted Page's ballet into a dance piece.