Wednesday, December 8, 2010

New Haven library to launch music series

NEW HAVEN - The New Haven Public Library will launch "The Hadari Music Series" at 6 p.m. Jan. 11, at 133 Elm St.
At the launch, in "The Romantic Spirit in the 19th Century," violinist Netta Hadari "will explore how music evolved in 19th-century Europe alongside key movements in art, literature and poetry," organizers said in a statement.
Other programs in Hadari's series include a consideration of Stravinsky's controversial debut of "Rite of Spring" on April 12, and the role of "Music in Film" on July 12, the statement said.
Hadari was born in London to Israeli parents and moved to Cape Town to finish high school, the statement said. He holds bachelor's and master's degrees in music from Southern Methodist University and Yale University, respectively, and has had solo engagements all over the world. the statement said.
He teaches at his private violin studio in Fairfield, and is an adjunct professor at Fairfield University, the statement said.
Hadari is conductor of the Greater New Haven Youth Orchestra and development director of Music Haven.
There is no charge for the series, and free parking is available.
Register for the Jan. 11 program at or call the library at 203-946-8835.

Editor's note: The information in this post was contributed wholly by the New Haven Public Library.

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