The Dallas Opera has the very cool feature now of every time the chandelier goes up before a performance, Philip Glass' "The Light" will play in the hall.
Meanwhile….in Dusseldorf, Glass' newest piece (and something of a sequel to "Four Movements for Two Pianos") is having its premiere. "Two Movements for Four Pianos" is being performed, as I type, at the Klavier Festival Ruhr by pianists Maki Namekawa, Dennis Russell Davies, Katia and Marielle Labeque.
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A good choice for the Moody Foundation Chandelier when it ascends.