LECTURES & Movies

WHAT MAKES FRANK SINATRA GREAT

Wednesday, March 25
Time: 6pm
Cost: $15 Members $20 Non-members

Georgetown University Professor Anna Celenza will use musical examples to explain the distinctive “Sinatra Sound” -- particularly how his phrasing, tone, and timbre of his voice, set him apart.
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Kittredge-Wilson Speakers Series

Reservations are required in advance for the series or for each event. All lectures start at 6 p.m, unless stated otherwise. You are not registered until payment is received. Seating is limited.

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Travelers in Renaissance Italy

Stephen Campbell, PhD
Chair of the Department of the History of Art, Professor of Italian Renaissance and Baroque Art, Johns Hopkins University
April 23, 2015
Time: 6pm
Cost: $15 Members; $20 Non-members
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Tiberius or Germanicus? Peter Paul Rubens and the Romans

Anke Van Wagenberg, PhD
Curator at the Academy of Art Museum
May 14, 2015
Time: 6pm
Cost: $15 Members; $20 Non-members
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Music Lectures

Magnificent Movie Music

Experiencing a great film score can have a life-long impact. Director Norman Jewison (In the Heat of the Night, Moonstruck) stated: "The marriage of the moving image and music is perhaps the most powerful visual communication we have.” During this course we will explore the stories
behind some of the greatest lm music ever composed.

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March 4, 2015
Beethoven Goes to Hollywood
(and so do Mahler, the Strausses, Mozart, Bartok etc.)
Cost: $30 Members; $35 Non-members
11am - 12:30pm

March 11, 2015
Five of the Great Masterpieces
Cost: $30 Members; $35 Non-members
11am - 12:30pm

March 18, 2015
Epics and Oscars, Art and Irony
Cost: $30 Members; $35 Non-members
11am - 12:30pm

MOVIES

Saturday, April 11
Movie
The Manchurian Candidate
6pm

Sunday, April 12
Movie
From Here to Eternity
1pm

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