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CHOPIN - Thru Chopins' Eyes

Program Category: * Educational Programs * Music * Historical Programs and Characters
Audience:eight years and above
Description:Lecture & Piano Recital: Classical Romantic Music:Chopin:
Join us for an unusual view into the history of Poland and Paris through the eyes of Chopin in the 1800's. Through his aristocratic Polish friends, Chopin knew the influential Rothschilds and set up a teaching studio that was his primary support and allowed him to live in an elegant style for most of his short life. Come enter the drawing rooms of the wealthy and the Courts of Kings. View this amazing part of history through the eyes of a Master Pianist of the time, told by A Master Pianist of today!
Listen to the music composed and played by Chopin in the courts of Kings and drawing Rooms of the wealthy.
Fee:$350. We can bring mike and piano if needed at no additional cost.
Group Size:any size
Program Length:one hour no intermission
Facility Requirements:Seating for the audience and a power source.
Last Modified:01/27/2008
Comments:Alfred brings great joy and energy to each performance. Alfred is a graduate of The Juilliard School of music in N.Y. (www.alfred-watson.com)

Recent Library/School Appearances by Alfred Watson:

Burlington Library Burlington, MA 781-270-1690
Peabody Institute Library Peabody, MA 978-531-0100x17
Hudson Library Hudson, MA 978-568-9644

Performer’s Contact Information:

Alfred Watson

Mari LePage
Front Line Management
P.O. Box 613
Littleton, MA 01460
Phone: 978-486-0184
Email: lepagemari@aol.com
Web Site: http://www.alfred-watson.com
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