Enjoy A Free 'Evening Of Music And Art' At Robeson Gallery, Rutgers University, Newark, On Nov. 2
Hear Max Zorin Perform, then Tour Exhibit ’Lift-Off: Eathlings and the Great Beyond’
Come help start an “entertaining” tradition at Rutgers University in Newark.
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On the evening of Nov. 2, Rutgers-Newark will launch what it hopes will become an annual event: “An Evening of Music & Art,” combining a concert, gallery visit, reception and gallery talk into one multifaceted program. The event, which is free and open to the public, will begin at 5 p.m., in the Paul Robeson Campus Center, 350 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
The evening will begin in the second-floor University Club with a at 5 p.m. concert by a renowned guest artist, Franco-Israeli violinist Max Zorin, a member of the music faculty at Penn State University. Zorin and pianist Vincent Balse will perform several pieces: the Sonata for violin and piano No. 1 by Gabriel Fauré; John Williams’ Three pieces from the film Schindler’s List; an arrangement of music from Kurt Weill’s Three Penny Opera; Joseph Achron’s Hebrew Melody; and Pablo de Sarasate’s Carmen Fantasy.
Photo by Michael Black
Following the concert, come meet the artists at a reception featuring French, Israeli and American fare, in the Paul Robeson Gallery, on the main floor. The reception will be followed by a talk by gallery curator Anonda Bell and So Yoon Lym , one of the artists from the current show, “Lift-off: Earthlings and the Great Beyond.”
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“An Evening of Music & Art” is presented with the support of the Cultural Arts Programming Committee at Rutgers-Newark, with additional support from the Institute on Ethnicity, Culture and the Modern Experience; the Paul Robeson Galleries; and the Rutgers-Newark Office of Communications.
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