Happy Friday! In a kind of #FollowFriday spirit (y’all on Twitter know what I’m talking about!), here’s some of this week’s posts from blogs we follow:
- Bronzed Infant Shoes, 1910: Montgomery County Historical Society’s blog features one artifact a week. Read about these infant shoes — and why in the world they’re bronzed.
- Jenn of Ain’t Baroque interviews Shannon Schwait of CityDance Ensemble on how music and dance are interwoven
- BlackRock blogs about Regina Carter
- The Writer’s Center’s upcoming event, Writing the Future
- Director Jeremy Skidmore on My Name is Asher Lev, Round House Theatre’s newest production
Bonus: a friend of mine posted this video on my Facebook wall. It’s The King’s Singers’ attempt at condensing the history of Western classical music into a nine-minute piece. I thought it might amusing to other classical music fans! (My favorite part? “CAGE.”)
Again, happy Friday and have a great weekend! (Find something to do and somewhere to go at DOandGO.org!)