6:30 – 8:30 pm
In his 1991 book Why Read the Classics? the great Italian writer Italo Calvino lists fourteen definitions of a classic, one of which might serve as the underlying purpose of Classics at Cour Regard: “A classic is a book which with each rereading offers as much of a sense of discovery as the first reading.” Through our unique presentation of the classics, we hope to animate a sense of both familiarity and newness in artistically diverse engagements of the best that has been written over the centuries.
Part performance, part scholarly exploration, Classics at Cour Regard offers a 21st century perspective on our culture’s most iconic works of literature through multidisciplinary celebrations of classic texts.
Join us this Spring for an evening of music, performance, food, drink, and great literature—Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children.
Don’t miss our February 16 Classics at Cour Regard: The Brother Karamazov.