Meet Elmo, Plus Crafts, Story Time & More at The Great Children's Read
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The last date listed for The Great Children's Read: Bringing Books to Life was Sunday October 13, 2013 / 10:00am.
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For a couple centuries now, composers have sought out one special source for inspiration and (more often than not) a catchy bit of melody. Their secret? Folk music. Bartók to Bebop presents the works of four very different composers -- Robert Schumann, Béla Bartók, Chick Corea and Benedikt Brydern -- each influenced by the folk music of his respective homeland. Hear Schumann's passionate Piano Quartet Op. 47, Bartók's fiery duos for two violins, Corea's rock/jazz fusion and Brydern's witty Bebop for Beagles. Such an eclectic program demands truly remarkable performers: In this case, virtuosic couple (and Levine faculty artists) cellist Vasily Popov and pianist Ralitza Patcheva are teaming up with the dazzling violin/viola duo "marcolivia" (Marc Ramirez and Olivia Hajioff). Enjoy the latest installment of Levine's Folk Music Reimagined: Culture, Tradition, Fusion series at the Washington DCJCC. Learn More
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10:00am - Crafts
10:20am - Folktales
10:35am - Sing-Along
11:00am - Story Time with Pamela Mayer
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The goals of the Washington DCJCC are to preserve and strengthen Jewish identity, heritage, tradition and values through a wide variety of social, cultural, recreational, and educational programs and services. The Center accomplishes these goals in ways that reflect the unique location and role of the Center in the nation's Capital and the many contributions of the American Jewish community in the United States.