Next up after last year’s great success!
Deconstructing the Beatles
Looking Through a Glass Onion The Making of The White Album
25041 • Wednesday, January 22 • 7:30 P • Rialto Digiplex Theatre in Westfield
Join us as we welcome back Scott Freiman for his unique presentation telling the story of the Beatles music using rare audio and video of the Beatles in action and populated with anecdotes about the recording sessions. Scott walks his audiences through detailed analyses of the songwriting and production techniques used by the Beatles. For more information, visit www.beatleslectures.com
Cost: $15 in advance, $18 at the door
Part of this year's University Lecture Series...
How to Increase Your Enjoyment of Music with Conductor and Musician Thomas Elefant
This high level evening music appreciation series will give listeners a thorough understanding of music by discussing and examining the various elements of music using examples from a wide repertoire. Enhance your listening experience with a deeper and greater understanding of all forms of music.
What do Haydn, Mozart or Beethoven Have in Common with Quincy Jones?
25039-07 • Thursday, April 3 • 7:30 – 9:00 P
The basic elements of music tie all musicians together. With examples from a variety of repertoire that includes classical, popular, Latin and gypsy music, see how Mozart, his peers and Quincy Jones and his peers, all share commonalities.
Form in Music
25039-08 • Tuesday, April 8 • 7:30 – 9:00 P
Looking into different musical structures such as the symphony, concerto, theme and variations and others, you will be surprised to find out how musical forms and concepts are so similar across differing styles of music.
The Colossal Beethoven
25039-09 • Thursday, April 17 • 7:30 – 9:00 P
What elements in Beethoven’s style of writing made his music so revolutionary during his time and why is his music so powerful and relevant to us today?
Great Virtuoso Performers
25039-10 • Thursday, April 24 • 7:30 – 9:00 P
Listen to and compare the past’s great virtuoso performers with present day virtuosi. You’ll be treated to legendary violin, trumpet and other performers.
Member/Senior 62+: $20/session, Community Participant: $24/session
Series Cost (all 4 sessions)
25039-11 • Member/Senior 62+: $70, Community Participant: $86
Save the Dates!
Spring Film Festival at the Rialto Digiplex Theatre in Westfield
May 7, 13*, 28 • all films at 7:30 P
Tickets in Advance: JCC Member/Senior 62+/Student: $12, General Public: $14
Series Subscriber: JCC Member/Senior 62+/Student: $33, General Public: $39
Tickets at the door: $15 General Admission for all ages
*May 13 will be a film chosen by teens, for teens (Parents and all adults are welcome too!)
First 20 teens to purchase tickets will each get a $5 coupon for concessions!
Register for the programs below using the course # and the login/register button on the right of this page.
Now showing at our Film Festival partner, Digiplex Rialto Theatre, Westfield and Digiplex Cranford Theatre
For more info, visit http://digiplexdest.com/