Tag Archives: Timothy Steeves

Ecology of Being –Duo Concertante

In childhood I heard musicians and performers protesting the Vietnam War or advocating as part of the Civil Rights Movement. Ever since I’ve admired activist artists. Music, film, satire, humour, painting, can all be powerful voices advocating change, moving emotions, … Continue reading

Posted in Music and musicology, Politics, Spirituality & Religion | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Duo Concertante: Beethoven Violin Sonatas

When one thinks of Beethoven cycles, the mind immediately thinks of symphonies, piano sonatas and string quartets, forms in which we see the complete range of the composer’s voice.  The early ones remind us of Beethoven’s influences, such as Mozart … Continue reading

Posted in Reviews | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment