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Music & Morsels: Women & The Great American Songbook


In a celebration of Women's History Month, join composer/pianist Clint Edwards for a live concert which will draw from the classics of the Great American Songbook and popular song, with special attention to women composers & performers such as Barbra Streisand, Whitney Houston, Carole King, Dorothy Fields, and Ruth Lowe. Save! Get “Early Bird” pricing; […]

Exploring Opera: “La Forza del Destino”


The exciting overture to Verdi's “The Force of Destiny” is standard fare among orchestras worldwide.  However, the rest of this rarely-staged gem deserves equal attention.  Join James Sokol for a look into this melodious masterpiece which includes video performance clips. Save! Buy "Early Bird" ticket before Mar 5. CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS

Exploring Opera: “La Rondine”


Puccini’s light and lovely “The Swallow” sits sadly in the shadows of his more popular and dramatic repertoire (think Boheme and Tosca).  Still, its soaring melodies are worthy of exploration on James Sokol’s journey highlighted by video performance clips. Save! Buy "Early Bird" ticket before Mar 12. CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS

Exploring Opera: “Roméo et Juliette”


Explore Gounod’s operatic version of the famous story of star-crossed lovers!  James Sokol’s lecture with video performance clips highlights some of the beautiful moments in this gorgeous classic.  Save! Buy "Early Bird" ticket before Mar 19. CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS  

Exploring Opera: “Madama Butterfly”


After a disastrous premiere, Puccini’s revisions created would become one of the world’s most popular operas.  With James Sokol and some video performance clips, look closely at elements of this heartbreaking sensation. Save! Buy "Early Bird" ticket before Mar 26.   CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS

Music & Morsels: Theme & Variations


Pianist Nada returns with a new program featuring an array of Theme & Variations, including works by Beethoven, Hakim, Schubert & Rachmaninov. Save! Get “Early Bird” pricing; purchase before April 1st.   Click here for tickets

Art & Artists: The Art of Passover

As most know, the Holiday of Passover is based on the story of the Exodus of the Jews from Egypt. The name Passover" comes from the "Passing over" of the homes of the Jews during the 10th plague, the death of the first born. Join in this look at the Passover celebration via art objects […]

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