Screening of The World Is Funny: A Collection of Tragicomic, Interwoven Stories
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The last date listed for The World Is Funny was Tuesday October 1, 2013 / 7:30pm.
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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
About the Ticket Supplier: Washington Jewish Film Festival
The Washington Jewish Film Festival is an exhibition of international cinema that celebrates the wonderful diversity of Jewish history, culture and experience through the moving image.