It’s nearly the second Monday of the month which can only mean one thing: A Note on Opera! Want to know what this month’s lecture is focusing on? Read on!
To say the year started pretty busy around here was a slight understatement! We like to start the year with a bang and we certainly did just that! Ready to find out what happened? Read on people, read on!
It’s that time of the month again people, time for the monthly opera lecture when this month we’ll be looking at a Franco-German opera: “A German in Paris: Giacomo Meyerbeer and Grand Opéra.”
Guys, this is happening this weekend and we would hate for you to miss out on all the fun and action at the Mathematics You Can Touch family day! We have all sorts of fun activities planned throughout the day that you definitely want to be involved in!
With the Richard Wagner festival underway in Bayreuth, what better way to get involved than to come to one of our opera classes! The August class is fast approaching and we don’t want you to miss out on the action! This month we’ll be discussing Hector Berlioz’s “La Damnation de Faust.“
Guys, we have a concert on Sunday and you need to be there! This is definitely not one to be missed so make sure you sign up now! Join us as we team up with the Atlanta-Sister Cities Commission and the City of Nuremberg as we host Stephan Grasse and Raphael Kempken in concert.
February it seems is a time for events here at the Goethe-Zentrum Atlanta and here’s the latest one you might want to register for and get your name on the list: Stefan Grasse and Raphael Kempken in Concert.
The second Monday of the month is approaching and that can only mean one thing – it’s time for another ‘A Note on Opera’ lecture! This month, the class will be discussing Mozart’s and da Ponte’s “Don Giovanni.”
Here at the Goethe-Zentrum Atlanta, we have a new partnership and of course, we’re planning to celebrate this! So, we’d love you to join us as we mark this new friendship with the Bach Society of Atlanta with a classical concert of J.S Bach’s Suite for Cello in G Major.
Who doesn’t like a classical concert? We thought so!