Design Event Flyer
- Status: Closed
- Prize: $25
- Entries Received: 47
- Winner: iffatraihana21
We need a flyer fast! Please use the text (there's a lot) and the attached files. The pictures of the speakers should go next to their bios. The bios and the pictures should be small. The title of the event and the lectures should be in bold. The logos of the library and the music club should go on the top if possible. Please also include the website, FB, etc. for the library. SHould be clear, exciting, and reflect the event. Here's the text:
The Music Club of Hollywood and the Friends of the Stirling Road Library present
Thursday, April 20, 2017 6:30 pm.
Rodgers and Hammerstein: The Greatest Partnership in American Musical Theater.
Join Peter Fuchs on a musical journey on a musical journey through the "golden age" of musical theatre, including Oklahoma!, Carousel, South Pacific, The King and I and The Sound of Music for a fun filled evening of songs and memories.
Thursday, May 4, 2017 6:30 pm.
Leonard Bernstein: The Man and His Musicals
Leonard Bernstein was beyond description and his musicals seem to be telling us stories of his own life. From his first musical “On The Town,” to the highly successful “West Side Story,” as well as “Candide” and “Trouble in Tahiti,” he touches on universal themes that deal with humanity, tragedy, hope, faith and most important LOVE! Join Aaron Kula as he explores Bernstein musicals and his complex life.
Lectures held at the Stirling Road Library
3151 Stirling Road
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Peter studied music at the Munich Conservatory in Germany. He then went on to the Mannes College of Music in Manhattan to complete his degree. His first musical job was playing resort hotels in the New York Catskills during the summer. He played jazz and dance clubs in New York City during the winter, which landed him a job in musical theater, and led him to his career on Broadway. He went on to become a published author, composer of musical ballets, and an esteemed orchestra conductor.
As a pianist Peter has performed as a piano soloist for the Hollywood Symphony, the North Miami Beach Symphony and the Boca Symphonic Pops Orchestra. Peter conducts and writes music for the Hallandale Symphonic Pops Orchestra and Sugar Pops Orchestra in Coral Springs.
A nationally recognized conductor, educator, composer, and accordionist, Aaron Kula has appeared as guest with Miami City Ballet, Santa Fe Symphony and locally with Boca Raton Sinfonia. In 1997 Kula founded the award-winning Klezmer Company Orchestra in 1997 and renamed the ensemble Klezmer Company Jazz Orchestra (KCJO). In 1997 Mr. Kula was appointed to the faculty at Florida Atlantic University as orchestra director and in 2003 was appointed director of Music Performance and Education for the FAU Libraries. Mr. Kula holds a Bachelor of Arts in Music Theory and Judaic Studies from the University of Minnesota and a Master of Music in Theory and Conducting with Distinction in Performance from New England Conservatory.
“Creative and excellent work! ”
stirlinglibrary, United States.