DAVID • Think: The Riot of Spring

13062137_1170115859689137_4571689121878955011_nOne of the great things about my job is I get to learn all sorts of new things. Had no idea that Stravinsky’s “Rite of Spring” was so controversial when it was first produced.

What? You didn’t know either? Well read my latest David article to find out what all the fuss was about!

Celebrating the 103 Year Anniversary of the Stravinsky Ballet that Caused all the Fuss

Source: DAVID • Think: The Riot of Spring

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2 thoughts on “DAVID • Think: The Riot of Spring

  1. I read things like that and lose all hope that I have any talent as a writer myself. What a lovely, informative, entertaining, and obviously well-researched piece that was – with loads of personal colour to make it utterly engaging.

    And, I learned loads! 🙂

    I hope married life is making both of you happy — and the Speck Countdown continues! I wait with bated (or is it baited? can’t be bothered to check) breath.

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