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“SALUTE TO HOLLYWOOD” Jewish Contributions to Academy Awards Best Original Songs

SOLD OUT “SALUTE TO HOLLYWOOD”
Mar 10 2019 | 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM

SOLD OUT “SALUTE TO HOLLYWOOD”

Jewish Contributions to Academy Awards® Best Original Songs

This performance is part of The 2019 Molly Blank Concert Series Celebrating Jewish Contributions to Music and is produced by the Atlanta Jewish Music Festival.

What do the songs “Beauty and the Beast”, “Que Sera Sera”, and “White Christmas” have in common, in addition to being winners of the Academy-Awards most prestigious music award? They were all written by Jewish composers! Bob Spiotto, dazzling performer and director of programs at New York City’s Friars Club, will be taking us on an entertaining journey through the glamorous history of Jewish contributions to music and film. Spiotto will be joined by a group of Atlanta’s glitziest musical stars, including Deb Bowman and Joe Alterman.

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Schedule
4:00 Reception
5:00 Concert
 

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This event series is made possible by

Funding for this program is provided by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners.


Student ticket discounts made possible through the generous support of the Piedmont National Family Foundation. 

 

Academy Awards® is a registered trademark of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Corporation. The Atlanta Jewish Music Festival, Bob Spiotto, and the William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum are not affiliated with, sponsored or endorsed by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Corporation. All rights reserved.

 

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