Monday, September 7, 2009

Music and poetry II

On August 7th we held a soirée to celebrate the publication of Leila's new book Doughnuts, Dreams and Drama Queens: The Theatrical Third Diary og Bathsheba Clarice de Trop (Usborne) and the release of René's new DVD, All Numbers Language (Contreclisse). The Danish pianist Morten Schantz and René played jazz tunes. Morten stayed at Wassard Elea for the third time this year to write music for a new CD. Salvatore Carbone and Else read some of their own poetry, and actor Mirko Ferro recited a fascinating monologue by Harold Pinter

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