The Washington Media Feature Mutual Inspirations Festival
06.09.2011 / 19:53
"It’s not the first time Antonin Dvorak has come to America. On Thursday, the Czech composer’s 170th birthday, the Embassy of the Czech Republic is launching a two-month “Mutual Inspirations Festival” of performances, films, and other events in Washington relating to his work," writes classical music critic Anne Midgette about the Mutual Inspirations Festival in The Washington Post.
You can read the whole Washington Post article here.
"U.S. astronaut Neil Armstrong listened to Antonín Dvorák's symphonic masterpiece "From the New World" during his historic landing on the moon. Meanwhile, the famous Czech classical composer found inspiration in the music of Native and African Americans in the United States", writes Anna Gawel in the current issue of The Washington Diplomat. You can the article here.