From The New York Times-
Spain’s Golden Age, an era of peaceable coexistence and cooperation among Jews, Muslims and Christians during the 9th through 15th centuries, has inspired projects by numerous prominent artists. Some, like the great Catalan viol player Jordi Savall (who will perform at Lincoln Center in May), have tried to recreate sounds of the period. “Provenance,” a program the cellist Maya Beiser presented at Le Poisson Rouge on Wednesday night, proposes a modern-day analogue with evocative modern works inspired by historical sources.
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