UPCOMING EVENTS


Teatro Mayor Julio Mario Santo Domingo, Bogotá, ColumbiaThursday, 28 May 2020

Alan Brown will speak at an international seminar, “Los públicos de la cultura en la era del algoritmo” or “Culture Audiences in the era of the Algorithm” at the Teatro Mayor in Bogota, Columbia

 

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Accademia Teatro alla Scala, MilanTuesday, 14 January 2020

Alan Brown will once again serve as a guest lecturer for students in the arts administration program at the Accademia Teatro alla Scala, the school affiliated with Milan’s world famous opera house, Teatro alla Scala. His course will run from January 13th to 14th, 2020. 

Author Discussion: The Nightingale's SonataThursday, 12 December 2019

Join Tom Wolf for a discussion of The Nightengale's Sonata in Washington, DC in the Thurgood Marshall Library at Saint Augustine Episcopal Church at 2 p.m. on December 12th. 

More information on the event can be found here.

40th Annual Leo Camp Memorial Lecture
: “The Nightingale’s Sonata” Wednesday, 20 November 2019

Jewish Federation of Reading presents the 40th Annual Leo Camp Memorial Lecture
: “The Nightingale’s Sonata,” the remarkable story of Lea Luboshutz and her family told in a concert-lecture format. The event takes place on Wednesday, November 20, 2019 at 7:30 p.m.
 at the Wachovia Theatre, Albright College
 in Reading, PA.

The event will feature: Thomas Wolf, author and narrator; Ray Ushikubo, violin; Wei Luo, piano

For more information visit:
https://www.nightingalessonata.com/events/2019/11/20/7x8i0qkdsenaiuuv7sd5kes4c8z7vb

2019 National Arts Marketing Project ConferenceMonday, 18 November 2019

Alan Kline will represent the Intrinsic Impact program at the 2019 National Arts Marketing Conference in Miami (November 15-18, 2019). 

For more information about the conference please visit: https://namp.americansforthearts.org/get-smarter/conference

Tom Wolf's Book Presentation at the Dallas Symphony OrchestraFriday, 08 November 2019

An afternoon of music, historical photographs and readings from Dr. Thomas Wolf’s new book The Nightingale’s Sonata. This richly woven tapestry centers around his grandmother, the legendary violinist Lea Luboshutz, and her remarkable musical family. Spanning generations, from the shores of the Black Sea to the glittering concert halls of New York, it is also the story of César Franck’s magnificent violin sonata, which will be performed during the event.

This event will take place at Meyerson Symphony Hall on Friday, November 8, 2019 from 1:00 PM  2:00 PM. 

Your ticket to the reading includes a signed copy of Dr. Thomas Wolf’s book, The Nightingale's Sonata. Purchase tickets here.

More information about The Nightingale’s Sonata is available here.