Date - 11/18/2016
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Join conductor, Cesare Civetta for a journey through the tumultuous life of cellist, conductor, and composer Pablo Casals. Casals was a phenomenally courageous and generous peace activist, a great inspiration to humanity.
Rare recordings, photos, interviews and footage of the great musician and humanitarian for peace, including his final performance in 1973,
during his meeting with David Ben-Gurion and Golda Meir, the 1st and 4th Prime Ministers of Israel, respectively,
shortly before his death at nearly 97 years young.
J.A.S.A. 120 WEST 76th St. At noon, lunch for $2.50 will be served comprised of baked oregano chicken, barley, carrots, and kiwi for desert!
The “Pablo Casals for Peace” tribute at 1 pm is FREE. r.s.v.p. NOT required.
Cesare Civetta is the founder and conductor of the Beethoven Festival Orchestra. www.BeethovenFestivalOrchestra.org