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Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Media/Arts Networking Event & Wine Bar

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Meet cross-school alumni in media/arts at a special Lincoln Center screening of Phil Grabsky's In Search of Mozart on July 13th.  Afterwards, we'll head to the wine bar at Lincoln Center Kitchen.  Feel free to join for the wine bar even if you can't make the film. Join if you're in the industry or interested in media and the arts.  RSVP by 7/7.

From Lincoln Center: "In Search of Mozart is a detective story that travels to the heart of old Europe, and to the heart of genius itself. This “challenging and exemplary” 2006 documentary (Los Angeles Times) reconstructs the composer’s life through his music and extensive correspondence, and features interviews and performances with more than 70 leading Mozart interpreters...the Vienna Philharmonic, and Mostly Mozart’s own Louis Langrée."  2006, 128 minutes

5:30-5:40pm     Meeting place: the Lincoln Center cafe, American Table (1941 Broadway)  Note: Promptly at 5:40pm, we'll leave the meeting place to get seats at the film.

6 - 8pm             Film In Search of Mozart: Lincoln Center, David Rubenstein Atrium

8-9pm               Wine Bar: Lincoln Center Kitchen (10 Lincoln Center Plz, in Avery Fisher Hall)

To Register:

RSVP by 7/7.  Register here to attend the event with our group. Slots are limited to 20.  NOTE: Seats are on a first-come first-serve basis.


Lincoln Center does not require tickets for the event, but please note that seating is on a first-come first-serve basis.  More info: http://www.lincolncenter.org/show/in-search-of-mozart

Contact: christina.k.salib@gmail.com





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