Segments on this episode: 'Legend 3D,' 'David Adey,' 'Real Pirates,' and 'Elmar Oliveira.'
Violinist Elmar Oliveira is the only American to have won the Russian international Tchaikovsky competition. The Wydra is a pirate ship on exhibit at the Milwaukee Public Museum. Novus International, Inc. extends its commitment to the arts by holding an annual Art Walk at its St. Charles headquarters. The Paul Taylor Dance Company performs two of its master works in Paris for Great Performances.
New Mexican Eugene Newmann shares his vision of what is beyond the narrative of a painting. As part of Shakespeare Uncovered, we see Hamlet meet his father s ghost. Accomplished violinist Elmar Oliveira insists that playing chamber music will help a performer understand the audience. Including one of Rembrandt s last self-portraits, we learn about the art collection of Edward Cecil Guinness.
Lynn Casper, a featured artist for the 2014 Channel 10 Great TV Auction, talks about her night-time Milwaukee Riverwalk scene and her 'Century Collection' for the Auction. Aerial Dance is featured. The dance company uses fabrics, hoops, and a trapeze to transform the air into their stage. Jason Wolff, a clay potter, & Elmar Oliveira, a world-renown concert violinist are profiled. Sandy Maxx hosts.
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