Describing his creative world as a place where "Mozart dances with the Beatles and Carl Jung struggles to reconcile the opposites of our human soul," Gershon Kingsley is known for infusing classical and liturgical music with popular influences.
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April 12th, 2013
“Two terrible things happened to the Jews in the 20th century: The Holocaust, and the interpretation of the Holocaust.” —Boaz Evron, Israeli historian and philosopher, 1980 Of all the minimizing euphemisms that ...>
MILKEN ARCHIVE: You've described your artistic approach as "chaos versus organization." What did you mean by that and how does it apply to your work? GERSHON KINGSLEY: Creativity always has a ...>