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On Hollywood and Weimar: Songs of European Composers from the Golden Age of Film

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Center for Jewish History (map)
15 W. 16th St.
New York, NY 10011
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The Leo Baeck Institute and the American Society for Jewish Music invite you for a night of live music with Karyn Levitt, Soprano and Jed Distler, Piano.

Many of Hollywood’s greatest film scores were written by émigré and exiled composers who fled Nazi Europe for Southern California. From dusty westerns and sweeping romances to the thrillers of Alfred Hitchcock, this program celebrates the blending of the old world and the new to produce the uniquely hybrid sound of Hollywood’s Golden Age.

Please note this is an in-person event.

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