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Love and the Art of Translation, the 2012 Transmodern Festival, and the Baltimore Rock Opera Society’s ‘Valhella’
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May 11th & 12th, 2012, on The Signal…
A daughter’s love and the art of translation – bilingual poet Danuta Kosk-Kosicka has lived in Maryland for 30 years, but her mother, poet Lidia Kosk, still lives in their home-country of Poland. Danuta has lovingly translated her mother’s Polish verse into English, and both mother and daughter join us to share their special bond and their poetry.
A preview of the 2012 Transmodern Festival. Now in its 9th year, the festival showcases avant-garde artists and performers from Baltimore - and around the world.
Plus: The end of the gods is nigh – and the apocalypse shall rock. The Baltimore Rock Opera Society, BROS, is about to unleash its epic production, “Valhella,” and we get an all-access pass to the mayhem on the eve of the premiere.