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December 12, 2019
7:00 PM

In “a richly detailed and freshly illuminating musical/political history” (Kirkus Review), Jonathan Rosenberg reveals the surprising connection in 20th century America between classical music and world politics. The work of renowned conductors, instrumentalists, and singers, and the activities of orchestras and opera companies, were intertwined with momentous international events, especially the two world wars and the Cold War.

Free; advance registration recommended