Well, I'm very happy to report that the first entry on the "Oldest Fan Contest" far exceeded what I imagined that someone would come up with. Jackson P. offered his story of working Philip Glass' father's record store in Baltimore years ago. Amazing. Thank you for sharing Jackson.
The score to Neverwas is up on Amazon and iTunes. This is a very charming score, out of character in many ways. Think fantasy, sweet melody and an emphasis on charm. Not, I will admit, the first things I associate when thinking of Philip Glass' music.
The highlight on the PG.com calendar is the LA Philharmonic doing an Glass /Elgar program at the Hollywood Bowl including the Violin Concerto, two interludes from the civil warS and the Enigma variations with Leonard Slatkin conducting.
Also as part of "Docuweek" "GLASS: A Portrait of Philip in Twelve Parts" is showing in New York and Los Angeles during the month of August (starts in NYC on August 8th, and August 22nd in LA)
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Did anyone else bother to enter?