The Netherlands — September 2011‐ Visit to Amsterdam for a lecture at The John Adams Institute and The American School of The Hague.
The John Adams Institute provides a window onto the United States for Dutch audiences. Their main way of carrying this out is by bringing notable Americans–novelists, politicians, historians, scientists, screenwriters, poets–to the Netherlands, and having them talk about their work and their insights. www.john-adams.nl
Special thanks to the Louwman Museum and Binger Filmlab.
Lecture at The John Adams Institute‐ By Pietgispen
- During Lecture‐ John Adams Institute — By Pietgispen
September 2011‐ Pictures from visit to The American School of The Hague – Meeting with students. www.ash.nl
American School of The Hague — Marvin Hamlisch with Principal
Greetings at The American School of The Hague
Visit to American School of The Hague — Auditorium with students
Marvin Hamlisch with students — American School of The Hague
With Students — American School of The Hague (Pic: Marvin with Emma, Olivia and William Tucker)
“Thank you for being such an amazing contributor to the wonderful history of music. Your unbelievable achievements are inspiring and will never be forgotten. And thank you for being a such an great role model.”
~ M. L., Student, ASH
“No matter who we are or how high we may climb in our lives, we should never forget the young. You didn’t…and they will remember and they will be inspired by your music, your stories and the how you spoke about the privilege of knowing and being with people from everywhere in the world!”
~ Roberta Enschede, Former teacher at ASH