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Somewhere Over the Rainbow - The Breman Museum

Somewhere Over the Rainbow: The Music of Harold Arlen
Mar 06 2016 | 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM

Somewhere Over the Rainbow: The Music of Harold Arlen

This concert will feature beloved songs from the American Songbook such as "Over the Rainbow," "Stormy Weather," and "It's Only a Paper Moon." Though his name may be obscure, Harold Arlen's compositions have been celebrated by experts and public alike. A son of a cantor, Arlen left home at 16 and faced many private misfortunes. However, tragic circumstances could not muffle his songs: "Blues in the Night," "My Shining Hour," "Come Rain or Come Shine," and "The Man That Got Away." Arlen saw success over six decades and 400 songs as his music graced bars, speakeasies, the Cotton Club, Broadway, and Hollywood movies.

The concert is presented by


Join us at 4:00 PM for a pre-concert reception sponsored by Dulcy and Jerry Rosenberg. The concert will begin at 5:00 PM. 

For tickets click here or call 678-222-3700. 

Ticket Prices

Admission includes general seating, free parking and reception.

Members: $49
Non-members: $59

Season Pass (must buy all three shows / available until the day of the first concert):
Members: $117 ($39 per concert - 20% discount)
Non-members: $147 ($49 per concert - 17% discount)

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The Molly Blank Fund of The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation

Additional generous support has been provided by the following Concert Hosts:

Elaine and Miles Alexander

Cherie and Gary Aviv

Elinor Rosenberg Breman

Laura and Marshall Dinerman

Marilyn and Sam Eckstein

Gail H. Evans

Rachel and Curt Friedberg

Gaslowitz Frankel LLC

Carole Goldberg and Sheldon Cohen

Ann and Marvin Goldstein

Pearlann and Jerry Horowitz

Jarvin Levison

Judith and Mark Taylor

Jeannette and Michael Zukor

Concert Series

To hear more of Benny Goodman's music, check out the Breman's upcoming concert: "The King of Swing: A Night of Benny Goodman." Click on the image below for more information.

Harold Arlen: The Man Behind the Curtain

To learn more about Harold Arlen's life, his Jewish influences, and his music, click on the picture below:

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