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TUPPER ARTS

Winter Speaker Series

2023 Lecture Series at Tupper Arts

Welcome to the 2023 Winter Speaker Series at Tupper Arts, co-hosted by the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts in Blue Mountain Lake, NY. Featuring distinguished guest speakers with

in-person presentations on music and the visual arts.

Read a recent press release on the 2023 Winter Speaker Series, featured in the Tupper Lake Free Press and the Adirondack Daily Enterprise:

Arts Centers co-hosting winter speaker series on music, visual arts at the Tupper Arts Center

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A Concise History of
Classical Music

Date: Friday, January 6

Time: 7:00 p.m.

Location: Tupper Arts, 106 Park Street, Tupper Lake, NY | Enjoy via Zoom

An hour and a half lecture and demonstration at the piano on the development of classical music from the medieval period to the present by Dr. Harold Rosenbaum.

 

Recognized among the premier interpreters of choral music, Dr. Rosenbaum is the founder of The New York Virtuoso Singers (“New York’s outstanding concert choir” - NY Times). He has conducted at Tanglewood, Juilliard, and in every major NYC hall. Read more about him at haroldrosenbaum.com.

 

FREE to the public; Recommended donation of $10 to benefit programming at both Tupper Arts and the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts.

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The Group of Seven

Date: TBA

Time: TBA

Location: Tupper Arts, 106 Park Street, Tupper Lake, NY

This portion of our lecture series has been postponed until Spring 2023. Please stay tuned for future updates regarding the lecture on The Group of Seven.

Dr William Tortolano will give a talk on the subject of the Group of Seven, an early 20th century group of influential painters from Canada.

 

Inspired by Thom Thomson, Canada's unique artists felt that Canadians would recognize themselves if they saw the beauty of their landscape. Dr. Tortolano, professor emeritus from St. Michael’s College in Winooski, VT, presents their works with slides, video clips and commentary.

FREE to the public; Recommended donation of $10 to benefit programming at both Tupper Arts and the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts.

In Collaboration with the

Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts

Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts
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