• ‘Music Within (video clip) Savitha Sastry photographs An intelligent amalgamation of the ageless history of music, presented with the grace of the South Indian dance form Bharathanatyam, the “Music Within” appeals to both connoisseurs of this art form as well as to those that are uninitiated with Bharathanatyam. Stepping away from the conventional mythological tales […]

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  • Hiya folks! Last weekend, I got to show a couple of pieces from Persepolis, Texas (debuting this July 15th, 16th and 17th at CounterPULSE!). This happened at The Garage, as part of Like This: Works Queerly Made, curated by Jesse Hewit, presented by Joe Landini, and alongside Peter Max Lawrence and the Minna Harri Experience […]

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  • I think with Satie’s work, especially with this piece, a simple and methodical space is opened that allows the listener to submerge themselves in thought, reflection, and image-building.  The work has an emotional quality…but I think it’s generated by the listener, and doesn’t necessary lie within the score itself.  There’s something about this that reminds […]

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