The enduring friendship between the Walling and Ostroff families is tested when Nina, the prodigal Ostroff daughter, returns home for the holidays after a five-year absence and enters into an affair with David, head of the Walling family.
Unlike other videos in the "In the Studio With…." series, this program was not filmed in Robert Johnson personal studio, due to logistical limitations by so much video equipment. Instead, it was filmed entirely in Liliedahl Fine Art Studio, which enabled us to give the artist and the production crew sufficient area to work and provide the viewer with the best view possible. This in-depth program is the latest in our series of living master artists entltled "In the Studio With……Robert A. Johnson". Filmed over five days, it has been edited to include all the verbal content and exceptional painting process of this modern master. Edited by Johnnie Liliedahl, a professional working artist, you are assured that everything you want to see from an artist's viewpoint is included in this program.
This opera is one of the best examples of a musical work for the stage in the 20th century. Composed in 1919, it was first staged in Chicago in 1921 with Prokofiev conducting. This recording features a legendary performance, recorded in 1961.
After living and studying with giants of jazz in New York City last year, and putting together a collection of all new works, Elly Hoyt is back with her new album and new sound to Bennetts Lane. Her new album, Oranges & Sunshine, being launched tonight, is the offering she promised after receiving the Best Australian Jazz Vocal Album Award in 2011. Elly consistently captures audiences with her soulful and seductive voice, and her disarmingly natural stage presence. At only 26, she has the uncanny ability to invoke the charge given to past greats and take it somewhere new, especially somewhere with groove…