Friday, November 12, 2010

Pearls Before Breakfast -

This story is several years old now, from 2007. but it is not only tremendously well written, it forces us to ask critical questions about art and the role of art in our lives, our ability to recognize beauty, our tendency to believe there is value in the shear industry of our busy lives, and our current hierarchy of values. Focused on the world-renowned violinist Joshua Bell, the Washington Post put on a fascinating experiment with music in a public space. This is well worth reading: Pearls Before Breakfast -

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