Man of Mystery: Walter Mosley -- Easy Rawlins Author With New Book
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The last date listed for Man of Mystery: Walter Mosley was Monday October 7, 2013 / 7:30pm.
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If two hands are better than one, than four is close to perfection, especially if they belong to pianists Efi Hackmey and Andrew Harley in One Piano, Four Hands. Both Levine faculty artists, Hackmey and Harley team up for a virtuosic performance of beloved works for piano for four hands, including pieces by Mozart, Schubert and the Liszt transcription of "Der, welcher wandelt diese Straße voll Beschwerden" from The Magic Flute. From Israel and England respectively, the two have performed extensively throughout North America and abroad, astonishing critics and audiences with their double-serving of musical genius. Please see event description for more details about the concert's adventurous program. Learn More
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Mr. Mosley is a brilliant writer. He was entertaining and informative. He discussed his life and shared moments of his life in Los Angeles. He read a few pages from his book "Little Green" and then had a "Q and A". Afterwards, book signing. I was lucky to get a picture with him. I've only read two of his books out of 43 or so. But after attending this event I've become a fan and will read all of his books. The event was well organized and the audience was a mixed crowd.
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What a wonderful experience! It is always a pleasure to sit and listen and chat with Walter Mosely. He has interesting thoughts and opinions and I always find myself enjoying the conversation immensely. Then, there is always Easy!!1
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- "Mosley returns here to doing what he does best: setting the pain and pleasure of individual lives, lived mostly in L.A.'s black community, within an instantly recognizable historical moment and allowing the two to feed off one another. ... [A] major event for crime-fiction fans."<strong> --</strong>Bill Ott, <em>Booklist</em><strong> </strong>