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Let's Fall in Love: A Special Valentine's Day Celebration

Join us for a special evening celebrating love in music with some of the most beautiful songs of all time. The program will feature popular songs and arias written by Gershwin, Mozart, Bernstein, Schubert, Porter, Verdi, and other composers. This unique multimedia event of live performance, commentary, and rare archival footage promises an unforgettable journey through the many faces of love in music. Come prepared to let jazz, classical music, musical theater, and opera sweep you off your feet.Nurit JugendComposerNurit Jugend has composed more than a dozen published works that have been performed and broadcast worldwide. She works internationally with leading orchestras and performance groups such as the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra under Zubin Mehta, the St. Lawrence String Quartet, EurOrchestra under Francesco Lentini, and the Slovenian Symphony Orchestra under Sean Edwards, among others. Jugend received a PhD from Stanford.Ronit Widmann-LevySopranoRonit Widmann-Levy has received accolades for her operatic and concert performances throughout the world. She has performed with Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony in Carnegie Hall, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the New World Symphony Orchestra, and the Boston Symphony Orchestra, among others.Russell NormanVocal Coach; AccompanistRussell Norman spent twenty years as head coach and accompanist for the San Francisco Conservatory of Music in the Opera department. He worked for many years as a coach and a pianist for the Aims Opera Studio in Graz, Austria, and also for opera houses in Vienna. He worked for West Bay Opera for more than ten years collaborating on many productions and establishing the Opera in the Schools program.



Saturday, February 14, 2015. 08:00 PM


Braun Music Center, Dinkelspiel Auditorium


Continuing Studies




Free; no registration required. 
Date and Location Update: This event's schedule has been moved to Saturday, February 14th in Dinkelspiel Auditorium due to high interest and popularity.