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GableStage Theatre Company

January 28 2024



By Jon Marans
Run time: 2 hours with a 15-minute intermission
In 1986 Vienna, a young Jewish pianist arrives to study; but before he begins his piano instruction, he must first take singing lessons from the harsh, anti-semitic Professor Mashkan. As the play unfolds through the poetry of Heinrich Heine and the music of Robert Schumann, secrets are revealed, and these two men from different generations find they have much more in common than they think. Directed by playwright Jon Marans, this 1996 finalist for the Pulitzer Prize is a play with music that stars two actors who are classically trained pianists. Sponsored by Funding Arts Network.
Mosaic Miami + GableStage: Can We Talk? Really, Can We Talk?
Clarity and Sparks through Old Wicked Songs, A Fireside Chat with Maestro Gerard Schwartz
Following immediately after the 2pm performance of Old Wicked Songs Open and free of charge to the public. Purchase your ticket to Old Wicked Songs. In honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day, Mosaic Miami executive director, Matt Anderson curates a discussion with Maestro Gerard Schwartz – a conductor with seven Emmy Awards, 14 Grammy nominations and an overwhelming number of additional accolades, Schwarz is known all over the world for his reputation of developing world-class orchestras. Born in America to Viennese parents, Schwarz is the grandson of Holocaust victims. He began studying piano at the age of five and soon focused on the trumpet. A graduate of both New York City’s High School of Performing Arts and The Juilliard School, he joined the New York Philharmonic in 1972 as co-principal trumpet, a position he held until 1977. Amongst his many accolades, he holds the position of Distinguished Professor of Music; Conducting and Orchestral Studies of the Frost School of Music at the University of Miami and Music Director of the Frost Symphony Orchestra. Schwarz is a renowned interpreter of 19th century German, Austrian and Russian repertoire, in addition to his noted work with contemporary American composers



January 28, 2024 at 2:00pm - 4pm
GableStage Theatre Company
1200 Anastasia Ave
Coral Gables, FL 33134
United States
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