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Classical Cello Meets Jazz-Funk, Van Cliburn International Piano Competition Begins And More Arts News From Across North Texas 8

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  • The new PBS series “American Epic” continues to have our eye. Seeing modern bands record music using 1920s equipment like the recording lathe, is not only having an effect on eyes, but our ears. Learn how this technology changed music here and see it for yourself in the video below:

  • Get all the information you need to have about the Meadows Museum’s exhibition “Between Heaven and Hell: The Drawings of Jusepe de Ribera” from Art This Week’s interview with curator, Edward Payne.

  • Dallas’ audiovisual collective These Machines Are Winning dropped an ambitious graphic novel called, “Slaves for Gods,” this weekend. Central Track wrote an insightful profile of the group and we cannot stop looking at the visuals in this comic.
The "slaves for gods" covers that were released on Saturday May 27th.

The “slaves for gods” covers that were released on Saturday May 27th.

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The Encore is written and compiled by Arts Reporter/Digital Editor and Calendar Wizard, Hady Mawajdeh. If you have feedback or questions, please email