J.Lo traded The Block for The Holy Land.
They’re livin’ on a prayer — legendary rock band Bon Jovi has touched down in the Holy Land.
Fierce competition at the world’s largest annual tango festival in Buenos Aires on Wednesday. The two-week long festival includes more than 500 free dance lessons, concerts and recitals and the championship.
Originally Published in The Forward on February 2, 2001It takes only a few people to make an era. On February 9 to February 11, Carnegie Hall will present a series of three concerts and several related events celebrating two such people who met by chance. When John Cage met Morton Feldman at a 1950 concert at that hall, it was a seminal event: The two singular composers became friends and went on to challenge not just each other but also a great deal that happened subsequently, inside and outside the world of classical music.
In the high-ceilinged atrium of the World Financial Center’s Winter Garden, Israeli bassist Avishai Cohen gave a free concert Saturday in a forest of palm trees. The show was part of Daniel Pearl World Music Days, an international network of concerts honoring the slain American journalist. For the project’s mission of reaffirming a commitment to tolerance and humanity, there was no better choice than Cohen.