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The Tempestuous Age of Romanticism: Music In The 19th Century
The Tempestuous Age of Romanticism:
Music In The 19th Century
7.30pm Sunday 19 June
Harvey Bordowitz has been esteemed as one of this country’s most innovative and creative conductors and music directors and has guest-conducted orchestras throughout the world. For over 40 years he has lectured in both Hebrew and English on a vast range of musical topics, with humor, erudition and a deep love of music. Harvey’s music lectures are very popular with Netanya AACI members.
Through the force of his volcanic nature, Beethoven broke the bonds of classicism and literally gave birth to a new age, where passions and feelings reigned in all the arts, where the symphony and opera became mighty emotional experiences, where virtuoso composers, violinists and pianists became the gods of the concert stage. The Romantic era will be seen through the lens of music, art and poetry.
Tickets at door
Members: NIS 60
Non-Members: NIS 70