- In The Heights, Tony Award Best Musical
- FotoArte 2008 (Cristina Rivera)
- El Tango en la Pintura (Enrique Varela)
- Tony Awards
- What's Next for Broadway
- Our House the Musical on Tour UK
- Artists in the Workforce
- El Gran Michi Volvió a la Tarima con Cadera Nueva (Laura Serrago)
- The Busby Berkeley Collection, 6: THE BUSBY BERKELEY DISC
- Vintage Film Poster
- El Logotipo de Hoy
- Imágenes de Salida
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Link. "And the winner is..." tonyawards.com/en_US/news/arti ... 3578208046.html
lunes, 16 de junio de 2008 16:04
In the Heights Newsletter
In The Heights
lunes, 16 de junio de 2008 12:59
Invitación a la inauguración "Foto Arte 2008", Villada, Serafín.
Los invito a la inauguraciòn de FOTOARTE 2008, organizado por la galerìa de arte ESPACIO 10 Fine Art, compartiendo un grato momento entre colegas y amigos, disfrutando del lunch y cocktail inaugural. Martes 17 de junio a partir de las 19 hs. Los espero !.
tel. +54 11 4704-7053
cel. 15 40 92 60 26
GUATEMALA 4757, Palermo Tel:4831-0520 espacio10.com.ar /
lunes, 16 de junio de 2008 08:29
EL TANGO EN LA PINTURA
ESTA BUENO !!!
Muchas gracias Enrique por el aporte !
Bailador ! El trabajo viene en adjunto y se titula "Le Tango en peinture avec Jeanne et Jean René". También lo podés ver en: slideshare.net/Lilica/le-tango ... peinture-284758
And the Winners are...
2008 Tony Awards arrivals (Los Angeles Times, 16 June 2008)
- TONY AWARDS: tonyawards.com/en_US/news/arti ... 3578208046.html
- 'Pushing Daisies' back to Broadway
Kristin Chenoweth: latimes.com/entertainment/news ... gallery?index=2
- Stuck in a 'Lipstick Jungle'
[Peter Kramer/Associated Press]
Brooke Shields: latimes.com/entertainment/news ... gallery?index=2
- 'Rent' actress
[Bryan Bedder/Getty Images]
Gina Gershon: latimes.com/entertainment/news ... gallery?index=2
- Oscar winner
[Bryan Bedder/Getty Images]
Marisa Tomei: latimes.com/entertainment/news ... gallery?index=2
- 'Savages' actress
[Peter Kramer/Associated Press]
Laura Linney: latimes.com/entertainment/news ... gallery?index=2
- 'Sunday in the Park with George' actress
Jenna Russell: latimes.com/entertainment/news ... gallery?index=2
- Elle Woods in Broadway's 'Legally Blonde'
Laura Bell Bundy: latimes.com/entertainment/news ... gallery?index=2
- Tony-award winning director
Julie Taymor: latimes.com/entertainment/news ... gallery?index=2
- Liza Minnelli [WireImage]: latimes.com/entertainment/news ... gallery?index=3
The Wall Street Journal Online, June 14, 2008
By ROBERT J. HUGHES
June 14, 2008; Page W4
Broadway celebrates itself Sunday night with the Tony Awards (airing on CBS at 8 p.m. EDT). The leading nominees include the dramas "August: Osage County" and "The Seafarer"; the musical revivals "Rodgers & Hammerstein's South Pacific" and "Gypsy"; and the new musicals "In the Heights" and "Passing Strange." The Broadway season was marred by a 19-day strike, but ticket sales remained steady. Some $937.5 million in tickets were sold, down only slightly from last season. The new Broadway season begins in a few weeks, with such shows as "[title of show]," about the creation of a musical, and a new production of "West Side Story." At right, a graphic look at shows from the current season, and below, a look at selected productions opening soon.
jueves, 12 de junio de 2008 15:08
The Perfect Gift for Fathers Day
The New York Times, June 12, 2008
A 21st-Century Profile: Art for Art’s Sake, and for the U.S. Economy, Too
By SAM ROBERTS
If all the professional dancers in the United States stood shoulder to shoulder to form a single chorus line, it would stretch from 42nd Street for nearly the entire length of Manhattan. If every artist in America’s work force banded together, their ranks would be double the size of the United States Army. More Americans identify their primary occupation as artist than as lawyer, doctor, police officer or farm worker.
“It’s easy to talk about artists in lofty and spiritual terms,” said Dana Gioia, chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts. “Without denying the higher purposes of the artistic vocation, it’s also important to remember that artists play an important role in America’s cultural vitality and economic prosperity. Artists have immense financial and social impact as well as cultural impact.”
Drawing from the census, the endowment has compiled what it bills as the first nationwide profile of professional artists in the 21st century.
In 2005 nearly two million Americans said their primary employment was in jobs that the census defines as artists’ occupations — including architects, interior designers and window dressers. Their combined income was about $70 billion, a median of $34,800 each. Another 300,000 said artist was their second job.
The percentage of female, black, Hispanic and Asian artists is bigger among younger ones. Among artists under 35, writers are the only group in which 80 percent or more are non-Hispanic white. Overall, women outnumber men only among dancers, designers and writers. Similarly, while 60 percent of professional photographers are men, 60 percent under age 35 are women.
Like the population in general, the number of artists has grown fastest in the West and the South since 1990, but New York State, followed by California, Massachusetts, Vermont and Colorado, has the most artists per capita.
California claims the most actors per capita, Nevada the most dancers and entertainers, Vermont the most writers, Tennessee the most musicians, New Mexico the most fine artists, Massachusetts the most architects and designers (including, among others, commercial, fashion, floral, graphic, interior designers and window dressers), Hawaii the most photographers and North Dakota (where radio shows abound) the most announcers. By 2005 the proportion of non-Hispanic whites among artists had declined to 80 percent from 86 percent in 1990, but the proportion of blacks, 5 percent, remained the same.
San Francisco leads metropolitan areas in the proportion of artists in the work force, followed by Santa Fe (which ranks first in writers and fine artists), Los Angeles, New York and Stamford-Norwalk in suburban Connecticut. The Top 10 also include Boulder, Colo.; Danbury, Conn.; and Seattle.
Orlando, Fla., leads in entertainers and performers.
The “Artists in the Workforce” report, prepared by Sunil Iyengar, the endowment’s director of research and analysis, identified 185,000 writers, 170,000 musicians and singers, nearly 150,000 photographers, nearly 40,000 actors and 25,000 dancers. (They have the youngest median age, 26, and the highest proportion of minority workers, 40 percent).
The only artists whose ranks declined since 1990 were, as a group, fine artists, art directors and animators, to 216,000 from 278,000. The number of announcers also dropped.
More than one in four artists live in California and New York, where their sheer numbers are overwhelming compared to the artist colonies in other states. New Mexico, Vermont, Hawaii and Montana rank first in fine artists per capita, but they total 7,000, compared with 66,000 in California and New York combined. Since 2000 Minnesota, New Jersey, Rhode Island and New Mexico gained in the proportion of artists compared to all workers.
Mr. Gioia attributed the spread of artists beyond traditional urban clusters to the growth of cultural institutions in maturing cities in the South and West, the mobility of the work force, technology that enables a painter in Santa Fe to reach a broader audience and the high cost of living in cities including Boston, New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Overall, the median income that artists reported in 2005 was $34,800 — $42,000 for men and $27,300 for women. The median income of the 55 percent of artists who said they had worked full-time for a full year was $45,200.
Over all, artists make more than the national median income ($30,100). They are more highly educated but earn less than other professionals with the same level of schooling. They are likelier to be self-employed (about one in three and growing) and less likely to work full-time, year-round. (Dancers have the lowest median annual income of all artists, architects the highest — $20,000 and $58,000, respectively.)
“Many performing artists are underemployed,” Mr. Gioia said, “but one of the stereotypes we’re trying to debunk is that artists are mostly marginal and unemployed.”
About 13 percent of people who say their primary occupation is artist also hold a second job — about twice the rate that other people in the labor force work two jobs. The majority of artists work for for-profit enterprises but 8 percent work for private, nonprofits and 3 percent work for government.
While the number of artists doubled between 1970 and 1990 as theaters, galleries, orchestras and university and commercial venues grew, their ranks since 1990 have increased at about the same rate as the total work force. They now represent 1.4 percent of the labor force, or nearly as many people as the active and reserve armed forces.
miércoles, 11 de junio de 2008 12:24
Newsletter Aerolatino-Geba exclusiva para suscriptores, mié 11 junio 2008
miércoles, 11 de junio de 2008 18:29
Falta anunciar que EL GRAN MICHI volvió a la tarima con cadera nueva y todos los feriados nos sigue sorprendiendo con sus clases de STEP en Newbery a las 16hs.
Bue... entre nos, yo ya no tomo + sus clases!!! Ya lo conquisté!!!!!!! jajajaj
Un beso enoooorme
Y de paso, por este medio le mando un saludo a María Laura García!!
De chiquitas representábamos al club jugando al voley LAURI GRAN JUGADORA GRAN!!!
Besos a todossssssss
Michi da clase de step el lunes 16 a las 14 hs en Newbery
Muchas gracias Laurita por la Info ! (Sobre el dato privado ya teníamos sospechas ! jajajá ! (y esperamos a Cami -la prueba resultante- cuando cumpla 8 para bailar Tap !)
- Bailador ! Maestro Total el Gran Michi. Hemos tomado mil clases y conocemos que en el Step todo el ritmo y todas las coreos posibles !
The Busby Berkeley Disc
There is no denying Busby Berkeley's genius, and taken as a thing itself, The Busby Berkeley Disc — the bonus disc available only to those who buy Warner's "The Busby Berkeley Collection" box-set — is a wonderful assemblage. It offers 21 numbers from Berkeley films and allows them to be played in sequence, with a complete running-time of 163 minutes. It's the sort of DVD that could be streamed in the background at a party, eventually winning over distracted guests from their conversations and cocktails as they become entranced by the striking choreography of human bodies that Berkeley made famous. From 42nd Street, there's "Shuffle off to Buffalo," "Young and Healthy," and the titular "42nd Street." Next up is Gold Diggers of 1933 with "Were in the Money," "Pettin' in the Park," "Shadow Waltz," and "Remember my Forgotten Man." Then there are the numbers from Footlight Parade: "Ah, the Moon is Here," "Sittin' on a Backyard Fence," "Honeymoon Hotel," "By a Waterfall," and "Shanghai Lil." From Fashions of 1934 (1934) there's "Spin a Little Web of Dreams," and from the same year's Wonder Bar is "Don't Say Goodnight." Dames offers "The Girl at the Ironing Board," "I Only have Eyes For You," and "Dames," while Gold Diggers of 1935 is represented with "The Words are in My Heart" and "The Lullaby of Broadway." From 1935's In Caliente is "The Lady in Red," while rounding out the disc is "All is Fair in Love and War" from Gold Diggers of 1937. —DSH
Querido Bailador ! Como acabás de leer este disco (último de la caja) contiene los temas famosos de 9 películas con coreografías de Bubsy Berkely. Las 5 películas contenidas en la caja ya han aparecido en la Newsletter. Ahora siguen referencias a las 4 restantes. ¡ Que lo disfrutes !
¡ ¡ ¡ Taptap - taptaptap ! ! ! .-)
Fashions of 1934: imdb.com/title/tt0025101/fullcredits#cast
Wonder Bar: imdb.com/title/tt0026007
In Caliente: imdb.com/title/tt0026523
Gold Diggers of 1937: imdb.com/title/tt0027686
Fashions of 1934, "Spin a Little Web of Dreams," ("Broken Melody" is part of this song). Played during the opening credits, as background music and at the end. Sung by Verree Teasdale and chorus in the Paris revue. Danced by chorus, 07:32
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VqjX-YK-NAI (video no disponible)
Wonder Bar, "Don't Say Goodnight", Sung by Dick Powell and chorus, Danced by Dolores del Rio, Ricardo Cortez and chorus
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mpnik4YQC6k (video no disponible)10:37
In Caliente, "The Lady in Red", Sung by Wini Shaw, Judy Canova and chorus, Danced by The De Marco's (Sally and Tony De Marco), Sung a cappella by Edward Everett Horton, 09:31:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I3glSBmLk9A (video no disponible)
Gold Diggers of 1937 "All Is Fair In Love And War", Gold Diggers of 1937, Sung and Danced by Dick Powell, Joan Blondell, Lee Dixon and Rosalind Marquis with chorus, 10:14
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=quSjui0IZ2M (video no disponible)
- The Busby Berkeley Collection (Footlight Parade
Gold Diggers of 1933
Gold Diggers of 1935
42nd Street): dvdbeaver.com/film/DVDReviews2 ... view warner.jpg
- Fashions of 1934: classicmoviefavorites.com/berk ... fashion1934.jpg
- Gold Diggers of 1937: upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia ... oster_crop2.jpg
- Al Jolson, Dolores del Río "Wonder Bar": cache.eb.com/eb/image?id=79378&rendTypeId=4
- Al Jolson, "Wonder Bar": upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia ... -Wonder_Bar.jpg
- Judy Canova: 1937: Actress Judy Canova (1916-1983) stars in the film 'Thrill of a Lifetime', directed by George Archainbaud and produced by Paramount Pictures. (Photo by Margaret Chute/Getty Images):: cache.gettyimages.com/xc/33811 ... C7C5022FB410D56
- Dick Powell, Rosalind Marquis, Busby Berkeley y coro.: upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia ... _production.jpg
- Gold Diggers of 1937: hcl.harvard.edu/hfa/images/fil ... ers_of_1937.jpg
Yo te recibo esta flor
matizada con azahar,
no me casaré con naides,
con vos me hi de casar.
Jorge M. Furt
Cancionero Popular Rioplatense: Lírica Gauchesca Tomo II
Alicante : Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes, 2003
Edición digital basada en la de Buenos Aires, Imprenta y Casa Editora "Coni", 1925.
cervantesvirtual.com/servlet/S ... 91/p0000006.htm
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THE NEW YORK TIMES, 27 MARCH 2008
Heinrich Zille (1858-1929)
"Global culture, by its nature, focuses on big names and rankings, to our general impoverishment. Some years ago John Willett, a scholar of German culture wrote about the dangers of embracing ‘a national or parochial view of art — as even the most enlightened are sometimes tempted to do,’ because ‘as you narrow your horizon in this way you no longer judge by the highest standards.’ That’s right.”
THE NEW YORK TIMES, 04 APRIL 2008
Murakami at the Brooklyn Museum
Le Figaro.fr 30 de Mayo de 2008 La lettre d'info du figaro
Enquêtes. Lacoste, les dents de la mode
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