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POST-GAZETTE, JANUARY 4, 2013 Page 7 Socially 8cene by 0000lngela Cornacchio \\; IN YOU FACE L Mario Testino poses with Anna Wintour, left, and super model Gisele Biindchen at the first U.S. exhibition of his work, In Your Face. Fashion Icon in Boston .... With the holidays in the past and a new year begun, a 2013 spring collection will be upon us shortly and what better way to get into the spirit than visiting an ex- hibit by fashion's most cel- ebrated snapper? His career spans morethan 30 years and he has shot hundreds of covers for,various magazines including Vogue and he has worked with the likes of Kate Moss, Gisele Bundchen and Naomi Campbell before they gained celebrity status. He has brought his first ever U.S. exhibit In Your Face to The Museum of Fine Arts here in Boston where his photography will be on dis- play through February 3 rd. Mario Testino, a Peruvian fashion photographer whose work has been featured in magazines such as Vogue and Vanity Fair, had his ca- reer explode when he was chosen by Princess Diana for her 1997 Vanity Fair photo shoot. His U.S. debut brought the top of the line in the fashion industry, all in one place to honor his work. "It's very interesting for me to come to a city like Boston because it's not a city that I go to very often," said Testino, "And to see the queues of cars outside and the whole enthusiasm about coming to my show, it's quite touch- ing." For the opening back in November, Testino was joined by Vogue's Anna Wintour, A-list model Gisele Bundchen, Victoria's Secret model Alessandra Ambrosio and more as they took in the museum's In Your Face and British Royal Portrait photos. While everyone was full of anticipation for the new ex- hibit, Gisele was more than most. The glowing and radi- ant Bundchen couldn't have been more excited to have Testino's exhibit in her new hometown. "You know, I love Boston. I've been living here for quite some time now and when Mario reached out to me and said, 'I'm going to do an exhibit in the Museum of Boston and you have to come,' my reply was simple, 'I'm thereI'" Queen of fashion and Vogue's Editor in Chief, Anna Wintour has worked with Testino for most of her life. "He just loves life and I think that really comes through in his pictures." At the opening of Testino's exhibition, Win- tour explained what made him one of her go-to photog- raphers. She told Fashion- ista, "I think that for celeb- rities and people they can sometimes be insecure about the way they present them- selves. I think that one of his great skills as a photog- rapher is making people look as beautiful and extraordi- nary as they possibly could." To prove her point she men- tions, "unflattering passport Real Estate Matt6o Gallo Appraisals Sales & Rentals 376 North Street Boston, MA 02113 (617) 523-2100 Fax (617) 523-3530 photos will haunt most of us for a decade" so to ensure hers was picture-perfect the Vogue Editor-in-Chief recruited Testino to shoot hers. With such a worldly and decorated photographer vis- iting this exhibit one can only imagine the beauty it will bring. The Mario Testino exhibit will be on display through February 3, 2013 at The Museum of Fine Arts Boston located at 465 Hun- tington Avenue Boston. You can contact the front office at 617-267-9300 for hours and prices. Pippin Prances into Cam- bridge .... Royal heir Pippin is spurred on by a mysteri- ous group of performers to embark on a death-defying journey to find his "corner of the sky." American Reper- tory Theater is featuring the musical Pippin as part of its 2012 - 13 Season. The pro- duction will be directed by Diane Paulus with choreog- raphy by Gypsy Snider of the Montreal-based circus com- pany Les 7 doigts de la main, also known as 7 Fingers. Performances and began in" December 2012 at the Loeb Drama Center located in Cambridge. The original production of Pipp/n, directed by Bob Fosse, premiered on Broadway in 1972. It tells the story about "Pippin" who is a young prince and heir to the throne of Charlemagne as he searches for beauty, glory and fame. On his journey he has to come to grips with lust, sex, war, politics and religion. It won nine Tony Awards and four Drama Desk Awards and ran for close to 2000 performances before closing in 1977. Pip- pin has become a staple of the American Musical canon, noted for many memorable songs including Comer of the Sky and Magic To Do. Diane Paulus is the Artis- tic Director at the American Repertory Theater at Harvard University, where her re- cent work includes The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess, a new production adapted by Pulitzer prize-winning play- wright Suzan-Lori Parks, and OBIE-winning composer Diedre Murray (now running on Broadway). Diane is a Pro- fessor of the Practice of The- ater in Harvard University's English Department and was recently named one of the 50 Most Powerful Women in Boston by Boston Maga- I DIAMONDS 1 ROLEX ESTATE JEWELRY Bought & Sold Jewelers Exch. Bldg. Jim (617) 263-7766 . Paul Lewis makes his Bos- ton debut January 12 th in the Celebrity Series. (Photo courtesy of Celebrity Series Productions) zine, also is a recipient of an Honorary Doctorate from Boston Conservatory. With the cold weather com- ing upon us this legendary performance is sure to warm the soul. Pippin will be on stage through January 20 th at the Loeb Drama Center, 64 Brattle Street, Cambridge. For more information con- tact the ticket office at 617- 547-8300 Tuesday through log on to www.american, repertorytheater.org. The Celebrity Series of Boston Returns .... On Sat- urday. January 12 th at 8:00 pm in the New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall, pianist Paul Lewis will make his Boston debut, also the city welcomes Savion Glover and his classic SoLe Sanctu- ary tribute to tap at the Bos- ton Opera House. Paul Lewis is a native to Liverpool and an English classical pianist. Lewis started out on the cello, as that was the only instru- ment on which his school could offer him tuition, yet shortly after it was clear where his talent lied. Lewis is internationally recognized as one of the leading pia- nists of his generation. He performed all 32 of the Beethoven piano sonatas on tour in the United States and Europe between the 2005 and 2007 seasons. At the beginning of 2011, Paul Lewis embarked upon a two year project to perform all the mature piano works from the last six years of Schubert's life. This series is being presented in Lon- don, New York, Chicago, Tokyo, Melbourne, Rotter- dam, Bologna, Florence, the Schubertiade Schwarzen- berg and at other major ven- ues worldwide. Savion Glover, homegrown in New Jersey, is an Ameri- can tap dancer, actor and choreographer. As a learn- ing prodigy, he was taught by notable dancers from previ- ous generations. Glover be- gan taking tap lessons at age seven. At the age of 19 he became the youngest-ever recipient of a National En- dowment for the Arts grant. In 1995, he choreographed and starred in the musical Bring in 'Da Noise, Bring in 'Da Funk, a hugely success- ful Broadw, ay show: that,: chronicled African American history. He won a Tony for best choreographer. Savion is currently interested in restoring African roots to tap. He wants to put tap back into the contemporary black context. In June of 2012, Glover appeared on The Eric Andre Show and rejuyenated America's passion for tap dancing. In SoLe Sanctuary, Savion Glover.'s reverence, for the art, of taptis-pbon stage in the form of a living altar where he can pay his respects to the craft that he has perfected. You can see more about his artwork and future projects at www.savion gloverproductions, com. Established by Aaron Rich- mond in 1938, the Celebrity Series presents more than 50 multi-cultural and inter- national artists and perform- ing ensembles to audiences in the greater Boston area each season from October to May. By utilizing a number of different performance venues throughout the Bos- ton area, each year the Ce- lebrity Series presents pro- grams of classical music, modern and classical dance, jazz, folk, world music, fam- ily music and multi-media performances. The Celebrity Series became a main- stream of Boston's cultural life with performances by Ignace Jan Paderewski, Sergei Rachmaninoff and many more. Countless na- tionally and internationally recognized artists have made their Boston debuts with the Celebrity Series. They in- clude the Alvin Ailey Ameri- (Continued on Page 10) JUSTINE YANDLE PHOTOGRAPHY 781.589.7347 J USTINE.YANDLE@GMAIL.COM www.J USTINEYANDLEPHOTOGRAPHY.COM i POST-GAZETTE, JANUARY 4, 2013 Page 7 Socially 8cene by 0000lngela Cornacchio \\; IN YOU FACE L Mario Testino poses with Anna Wintour, left, and super model Gisele Biindchen at the first U.S. exhibition of his work, In Your Face. Fashion Icon in Boston .... With the holidays in the past and a new year begun, a 2013 spring collection will be upon us shortly and what better way to get into the spirit than visiting an ex- hibit by fashion's most cel- ebrated snapper? His career spans morethan 30 years and he has shot hundreds of covers for,various magazines including Vogue and he has worked with the likes of Kate Moss, Gisele Bundchen and Naomi Campbell before they gained celebrity status. He has brought his first ever U.S. exhibit In Your Face to The Museum of Fine Arts here in Boston where his photography will be on dis- play through February 3 rd. Mario Testino, a Peruvian fashion photographer whose work has been featured in magazines such as Vogue and Vanity Fair, had his ca- reer explode when he was chosen by Princess Diana for her 1997 Vanity Fair photo shoot. His U.S. debut brought the top of the line in the fashion industry, all in one place to honor his work. "It's very interesting for me to come to a city like Boston because it's not a city that I go to very often," said Testino, "And to see the queues of cars outside and the whole enthusiasm about coming to my show, it's quite touch- ing." For the opening back in November, Testino was joined by Vogue's Anna Wintour, A-list model Gisele Bundchen, Victoria's Secret model Alessandra Ambrosio and more as they took in the museum's In Your Face and British Royal Portrait photos. While everyone was full of anticipation for the new ex- hibit, Gisele was more than most. The glowing and radi- ant Bundchen couldn't have been more excited to have Testino's exhibit in her new hometown. "You know, I love Boston. I've been living here for quite some time now and when Mario reached out to me and said, 'I'm going to do an exhibit in the Museum of Boston and you have to come,' my reply was simple, 'I'm thereI'" Queen of fashion and Vogue's Editor in Chief, Anna Wintour has worked with Testino for most of her life. "He just loves life and I think that really comes through in his pictures." At the opening of Testino's exhibition, Win- tour explained what made him one of her go-to photog- raphers. She told Fashion- ista, "I think that for celeb- rities and people they can sometimes be insecure about the way they present them- selves. I think that one of his great skills as a photog- rapher is making people look as beautiful and extraordi- nary as they possibly could." To prove her point she men- tions, "unflattering passport Real Estate Matt6o Gallo Appraisals Sales & Rentals 376 North Street Boston, MA 02113 (617) 523-2100 Fax (617) 523-3530 photos will haunt most of us for a decade" so to ensure hers was picture-perfect the Vogue Editor-in-Chief recruited Testino to shoot hers. With such a worldly and decorated photographer vis- iting this exhibit one can only imagine the beauty it will bring. The Mario Testino exhibit will be on display through February 3, 2013 at The Museum of Fine Arts Boston located at 465 Hun- tington Avenue Boston. You can contact the front office at 617-267-9300 for hours and prices. Pippin Prances into Cam- bridge .... Royal heir Pippin is spurred on by a mysteri- ous group of performers to embark on a death-defying journey to find his "corner of the sky." American Reper- tory Theater is featuring the musical Pippin as part of its 2012 - 13 Season. The pro- duction will be directed by Diane Paulus with choreog- raphy by Gypsy Snider of the Montreal-based circus com- pany Les 7 doigts de la main, also known as 7 Fingers. Performances and began in" December 2012 at the Loeb Drama Center located in Cambridge. The original production of Pipp/n, directed by Bob Fosse, premiered on Broadway in 1972. It tells the story about "Pippin" who is a young prince and heir to the throne of Charlemagne as he searches for beauty, glory and fame. On his journey he has to come to grips with lust, sex, war, politics and religion. It won nine Tony Awards and four Drama Desk Awards and ran for close to 2000 performances before closing in 1977. Pip- pin has become a staple of the American Musical canon, noted for many memorable songs including Comer of the Sky and Magic To Do. Diane Paulus is the Artis- tic Director at the American Repertory Theater at Harvard University, where her re- cent work includes The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess, a new production adapted by Pulitzer prize-winning play- wright Suzan-Lori Parks, and OBIE-winning composer Diedre Murray (now running on Broadway). Diane is a Pro- fessor of the Practice of The- ater in Harvard University's English Department and was recently named one of the 50 Most Powerful Women in Boston by Boston Maga- I DIAMONDS 1 ROLEX ESTATE JEWELRY Bought & Sold Jewelers Exch. Bldg. Jim (617) 263-7766 . Paul Lewis makes his Bos- ton debut January 12 th in the Celebrity Series. (Photo courtesy of Celebrity Series Productions) zine, also is a recipient of an Honorary Doctorate from Boston Conservatory. With the cold weather com- ing upon us this legendary performance is sure to warm the soul. Pippin will be on stage through January 20 th at the Loeb Drama Center, 64 Brattle Street, Cambridge. For more information con- tact the ticket office at 617- 547-8300 Tuesday through log on to www.american, repertorytheater.org. The Celebrity Series of Boston Returns .... On Sat- urday. January 12 th at 8:00 pm in the New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall, pianist Paul Lewis will make his Boston debut, also the city welcomes Savion Glover and his classic SoLe Sanctu- ary tribute to tap at the Bos- ton Opera House. Paul Lewis is a native to Liverpool and an English classical pianist. Lewis started out on the cello, as that was the only instru- ment on which his school could offer him tuition, yet shortly after it was clear where his talent lied. Lewis is internationally recognized as one of the leading pia- nists of his generation. He performed all 32 of the Beethoven piano sonatas on tour in the United States and Europe between the 2005 and 2007 seasons. At the beginning of 2011, Paul Lewis embarked upon a two year project to perform all the mature piano works from the last six years of Schubert's life. This series is being presented in Lon- don, New York, Chicago, Tokyo, Melbourne, Rotter- dam, Bologna, Florence, the Schubertiade Schwarzen- berg and at other major ven- ues worldwide. Savion Glover, homegrown in New Jersey, is an Ameri- can tap dancer, actor and choreographer. As a learn- ing prodigy, he was taught by notable dancers from previ- ous generations. Glover be- gan taking tap lessons at age seven. At the age of 19 he became the youngest-ever recipient of a National En- dowment for the Arts grant. In 1995, he choreographed and starred in the musical Bring in 'Da Noise, Bring in 'Da Funk, a hugely success- ful Broadw, ay show: that,: chronicled African American history. He won a Tony for best choreographer. Savion is currently interested in restoring African roots to tap. He wants to put tap back into the contemporary black context. In June of 2012, Glover appeared on The Eric Andre Show and rejuyenated America's passion for tap dancing. In SoLe Sanctuary, Savion Glover.'s reverence, for the art, of taptis-pbon stage in the form of a living altar where he can pay his respects to the craft that he has perfected. You can see more about his artwork and future projects at www.savion gloverproductions, com. Established by Aaron Rich- mond in 1938, the Celebrity Series presents more than 50 multi-cultural and inter- national artists and perform- ing ensembles to audiences in the greater Boston area each season from October to May. By utilizing a number of different performance venues throughout the Bos- ton area, each year the Ce- lebrity Series presents pro- grams of classical music, modern and classical dance, jazz, folk, world music, fam- ily music and multi-media performances. The Celebrity Series became a main- stream of Boston's cultural life with performances by Ignace Jan Paderewski, Sergei Rachmaninoff and many more. Countless na- tionally and internationally recognized artists have made their Boston debuts with the Celebrity Series. They in- clude the Alvin Ailey Ameri- (Continued on Page 10) JUSTINE YANDLE PHOTOGRAPHY 781.589.7347 J USTINE.YANDLE@GMAIL.COM www.J USTINEYANDLEPHOTOGRAPHY.COM i