This year’s honorees also include a quartet of music icons: singers and actresses Cher and Reba McEntire, and composers Philip Glass and Wayne Shorter.
Philip Glass at his 80th Birthday Celebration at Carnegie Hall; photo: Pete Checchia. _____________________ Broadway Scores
PG: [Long pause.] You know, it's funny, because I'm listening to a lot of things, but it's not concert music. It's a little
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The next rollicking 300 pages detail, in masterful prose, the rise of Glass as a musician/composer/entrepreneur and simultaneously the avant-garde art scene that exploded in New York City in the '50s and '60s, where Glass was the red-hot epicenter of the music world.