Maestro Leonard Bernstein: An Incandescent Soul  LifeLong Learning Program
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Maestro Leonard Bernstein: An Incandescent Sou
Instructor: Owen Cantor
March 27, 29, 31 (M,W,F) 1-3 p.m. $600 pesos with a social hour to follow
Lifelong Learning Program at the Instituto Allende
Leonard Bernstein created some of the most iconic music of the 20th Century. His music featured an incredible breadth of genres—from classical pieces to Broadway show tunes. Experienced lifelong learning instructor Owen Cantor will help students deepen their knowledge of this exciting musical master. The course will examine Bernstein’s (1) pioneering teaching on early television; (2) Broadway masterpieces, including “West Side Story”; (3) triumphant conducting career and stunning worldwide orchestral leadership; and (4) three moving and original symphonies: “Jeremiah,” “The Age of Anxiety,” and “Kaddish.” The world is better because of this gifted human being’s legacy.
Owen Cantor D.M.D. University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine. In addition to being a practicing dentist, he was a freelance French horn player and a student of Forrest Standley of Carnegie Mellon University. Formerly an Artist-Lecturer, CMU College of Fine Arts, Dr Cantor currently teaches adult education, researching the diverse geography of classical music in European and American culture for CMU, Pitt, and Duke.
Register via PayPal here or at the Instituto Allende between 9 and 2.
How to Register
https://instituto-allende.edu.mx/eng/product/laonard-berstein-un-alma-incandescente/ or at the Instituto Allende between 9 and 2