REVIEW: ANNE TERESA DE
Belgian choerographer Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker's 'Rain' is set to the music of Steve Reich and remains one of her most popular works.
SKELETONS REVEAL SPREAD OF INDO-EUROPEAN MOTHER LANGUAGE THROUGH EUROPE
The latest study from the Australian Centre for Ancient DNA suggests that some of this language spread to Europe more recently than thought, approximately 4500 years ago.
LAST CHANCE! THE
BORGIAS AND THEIR TIMES
Under the reign of the Borgias, Rome would supplant Florence, and become the most important artistic centre of the 16th century.
Culturekiosque editors select noteworthy exhibitions, performances, films,
concerts, festivals and other events around Europe, the Americas and worldwide
worth including in your travel plans this winter. Daily
Photo: Stone cist burial of a young female from the Rothenschirmbach site,
associated with the Late Neolithic Bell Beaker culture,
Photo copyright: LDA Sachsen-Anhalt.