Architect Gabriel Calatrava speaks about his collaboration with the Brentano String Quartet in which he creates an art installation to serve as a visual element corresponding with Bach’s “Art of the Fugue”; Albanian tenor Saimir Pirgu recently spoke with the American Friends of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra regarding his performance with the orchestra and also talks about the close relationship he had with Pavarotti

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Architect Gabriel Calatrava speaks about his collaboration with the Brentano String Quartet in which he creates an art installation to serve as a visual element corresponding with Bach’s “Art of the Fugue”. It will premiere at the 92nd Street Y on January 30 as part of their “Seeing Music” festival.

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Albanian tenor Saimir Pirgu recently spoke with the American Friends of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra regarding his performance with the orchestra and also talks about the close relationship he had with Pavarotti. That interview can be found here:

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