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In the first of the Jean-Claude Keyes trilogy, by Bruce Barber and the late Virgil Burnett (as "Bevan Amberhill"), Keyes travels from Toronto to Stratford, Canada and the Stratford Shakespeare Festival. The fire of emotion beneath the glamour of the world of the stage emerges when Keyes discovers the body of a young actor, murdered outside the theatre. Actor-turned-writer Jean-Claude Keyes boards a train bound for Stratford, Ontario, Canada and the world-famous Stratford Shakespeare Festival.
Samuel Barber is one of America's most popular classical composers. His widely beloved works include "Adagio for Strings" and Knoxville: Summer of 1915. The main source for Samuel Barber Remembered: A Centenary Tribute is a panoply of vivid and eminently readable interviews by Peter Dickinson for a BBC Radio 3 documentary in 1981. The interviewees include Barber's friends, fellow composers, and performers, notably Gian Carlo Menotti, Aaron Copland, William Schuman, Virgil Thomson, soprano Leontyne Price, and pianist John Browning
visual artist craft critic. Bruce Barber Metcalf, American visual artist, craft critic. Member Society North America Goldsmiths (Distinguished member). Metcalf, Bruce Barber was born on September 30, 1949 in Amherst, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Leroy Alfred and Catharine (Bartlett) Metcalf.
Bruce Barber (born in New Zealand in 1950) is an artist, writer, curator, and educator based in Halifax, Nova Scotia, where he teaches at NSCAD University. His artwork has been shown at the Paris Biennale, the Sydney Biennial, the New Museum of Contemporary Art, the Walter Phillips Gallery, London Regional Gallery, and Artspace NZ in Auckland.
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