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We're thrilled to introduce a new member to the team, Katelyn Simone, our correspondent in New York, who's sharing tales of her visit to the birthplace of Maurice Ravel
Remembering a Basque composer, perhaps the most universal of all of them, whose nationality and commitment to his country is widely unknown among his compatriots
Alex Ross has recommended the Basque National Orchestra in 'The New Yorker' for its two latest albums, 'Ravel' and 'Americascapes'
This article was translated by John R. Bopp Pierre Harispe is, according to the French National Library (BnF), a philosopher, sociologist, and poet, professor, and journalist...
Maurice Ravel was a Basque musician, not only because he was born in the Basque Country, but because he felt that way
This article was translated by John R. Bopp The peoples who don’t usually write their history, because it’s usually written for them (by the victors in...