Posts Tagged: Four of a Kind

Love is Sweeping the Country

Steve Blier’s blog post (link below) about the song that ends this weekend’s Four of a Kind concert puts Gershwin’s Of Thee I Sing into stunning contemporary context: I remember hearing Lin-Manuel Miranda at last year’s Tony Award ceremony when he read his acceptance in the form of a poem—“ And love is love is love is love is love

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“You see the fire of the evening…”

Steven Blier continues to blog about his upcoming Four of a Kind Wolf Trap concert (June 3 & 4)! Today’s installment focuses on Poulenc’s “Tu vois le feu du soir” – “Poulenc’s music glides like a gentle boat ride, rapt with adoration and appreciation. It was the composer’s favorite song, and his longest.” Poulenc: Tu vois le feu

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Hi-ho, Four of a Kind!

Today and tomorrow, we are fortunate to hear from Steve Blier of the New York Festival of Song. On today’s NYFOS blog (No Song is Safe from Us), Steve shares his excitement about his upcoming Four of a Kind performances at The Barns: Gershwin: Hi-Ho!  

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