This is from a little break at Trinity Bellwoods Park after a family visit of Luminato's installation Ship O'Fools by Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller. Already last year the public art was my favourite part of the festival. I can't imagine a better way to make a point for the relevance of art in our daily lives. These installations truly transform the city.
Yesterday evening, we went to see the National Ballet's mixed program at the Four Seasons. The second part of the evening, Jerome Robbins' Op.19/The Dreamer, is one of the most beautiful and musical choreographies I have ever seen. It seemed as if Prokofiev's First Violin Concerto had been written to Robbins' choreography and not the other way, a complete unity of movement and music. Stunningly beautiful.
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