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Gershwin & Bernstein Concert - The Breman Museum

Gershwin & Bernstein: American Masters
Jan 15 2015 | 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Gershwin & Bernstein: American Masters

Gershwin & Bernstein: American Masters

As the children of Jewish immigrants, George Gershwin and Leonard Bernstein were profoundly influenced by the world around them.  In turn, they created powerful worlds of influence of their own in the realms of American classical music and musical theater.  This concert will tell their very particular and very American stories through a selection of instrumental and vocal music. 

Pianist and host Gerald Steichen will lead a quartet of singers in a celebration of Gershwin and Bernstein as creators of some of the greatest music of the 20th century.  Singers Sarah Uriarte Berry and Michael Marcotte hail from the world of musical theater, while opera singers Heather Johnson and Norman Garrett bring their fluency with the composers’ classical influences.  The performance will include selections from Bernstein’s West Side Story, Trouble in Tahiti, Candide, and On the Town, as well as many of Gershwin’s most beloved songs. 

Tickets must be purchased in advance, you may scroll down to order online or call 678-222-3700 to order over the phone.

Ticket Prices: $50 for Breman Members & $65 for Non-members

Includes general admission and a post-concert dessert reception with the artists 

American Masters Concert Program 

Sponsor & Partner Acknowledgements


Post Concert Reception Hosts, Judy and Arnie Rubenstein 

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