Singer & Son
James Gotesky and Toba Singer announce the launching of Singer & Son, a joint arts writing venture. “Singer & Son” looks forward to covering arts events in the San Francisco Bay Area and arts venues around the globe. Using a “Siskel & Ebert” format, each writer will share his or her appreciation of a performance or event. Singer & Son will also conduct interviews and co-author feature articles.
Toba Singer author of “First Position: a century of ballet artists” (Praeger, 2007) and “Fernando Alonso, the Father of Cuban Ballet” (University Press of Florida, 2013), was nominated for the LASA (Latin American Student Association) Award, the de la Torre Research and Scholars Award, and the Commonwealth Club California Book Award. She has been Artist in Residence at Santa Fe College, and was the University of Florida Author Representative to the 2013 Miami International Book Fair.
James Gotesky danced with Boston Ballet II, Pacific Northwest Ballet, and was a Soloist with Houston Ballet. He writes for The Advance, an online music magazine, and has taught at Houston Ballet Academy and Conservatorio de Danza de Mexico. In 2010 he was named Eligible Bachelor No. 13 in Forbes.com 100 Most Eligible Bachelors In the U.S.
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