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Kurt Weill Concert - The Breman Museum

Kurt Weill: Berlin to Broadway
Mar 12 2015 | 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Kurt Weill: Berlin to Broadway

Kurt Weill: Berlin to Broadway

Composer Kurt Weill created some of the most memorable and most political music of the 20th century.  An early target of Nazi cultural oppression, Weill fled Berlin in 1933, ultimately settling in New York where he wrote works that had a lasting impact on the emerging American musical theater scene.  This concert will explore the most beloved works of a composer who believed even the catchiest tune can and should serve a greater social purpose. Tickets must be purchased in advance, you may scroll down to order online or call 678-222-3700 to order over the phone.

Kurt Weill: Berlin to Broadway - Radio Interview 

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

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

Sponsor & Partner Acknowledgements

 

Post Concert Reception Hosts, Judith and Mark Taylor 

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