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Sunday, June 9 • 10:45am - 11:45am
‘Jewishness’ in classical music

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When Jewish musicians finally entered the world of classical music in the 19th century, they did everything possible NOT to include their 'Jewishness' in their music. From Handel to Shostakovich, non-Jewish composers on the other hand used both Jewish religious themes and musical ideas to enhance their music. In this class we explore why this is so.


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Andy Bromberger

Andy Bromberger (ASCM BMus Syd Conservatorium/Syd Uni) is a professional musician who spent many years both performing and in clarinet teaching, band conducting and directing and has now taken her musical career on a different journey. In creating Coffee Cake and Culture, Andy has combined her four passions in life - music, teaching, history and BAKING in a series of classes on diverse musical topics, which she gives in her home.


Sunday June 9, 2013 10:45am - 11:45am
Engineering Building Room G8

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