The Church of Joan Wasser
She was a classical musician who played the violin, the piano, and the guitar. But it wasn't until Joan Wasser discovered another instrument - her throaty, velvety voice - that her career took off.
To get to Club B-10 in the icy season, you first walk past trees that grow upside down, their winterbone branches eerily illumined as they reach past their roots toward the starry sky. Then you cross a snowy courtyard to the 19th-century warehouse in North Adams that is the home of the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art. Before a polite ... (Full article: 2867 words)
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