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While mostly known as a feminist icon and musician with Sonic Youth, Kim Gordon graduated from Otis College of Art and Design in the 1970s, and has exhibited around the world. Using materials like spray paint and glitter, the work has the diffuse presence of Sonic Youth’s washed out noise. Her textual content paintings—brief phrases like The Promise of Originality and Hair Police splattered on canvas—seem to parody Gordon’s awareness of her personal rock celebrity. V-Reel is a piece that Sanford recorded on considered one of his previous albums; it’s an attention-grabbing piece, built round bitonal and atonal harmonies with a complex and ever-shifting beat.

Harolyn Blackwell is a number one soprano at the Metropolitan Opera with a career spanning opera, concert, and recital stages all over the world. She is thought for her expressive and exuberant performances on major nationwide phases such because the Lyric Opera of Chicago to …