HUDSON, NY — HUDSON HALL PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBIT:
REMEMBERING MARVIN HAMLISCH: THE PEOPLE’S COMPOSER | PHOTOGRAPHS BY LEN PRINCE | October 7 – November 26, 2017
REMEMBERING MARVIN HAMLISCH,
THE PEOPLE’S COMPOSER
Photographic Exhibition By Len Prince
October 7 – November 26, 2017
Len Prince’s photographs of the composer and conductor Marvin Hamlisch chronicle the life and work of one of America’s cultural icons. Hamlisch is one of only twelve people to win all four major U.S. performing awards. His score for A Chorus Line earned him a Pulitzer, making him one of two (the other being Richard Rogers) to have won a “PEGOT” (Pulitzer, Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony award). A prolific composer, Hamlisch wrote the music for more than forty motion picture scores including The Way We Were, The Sting and Sophie’s Choice.
VIDEO: at 6 years of age, Marvin Hamlisch auditioned for The Juilliard School. For the audition, he played a song that he heard on the radio. (The song’s name: “Goodnight Irene” — Listen:
The Exhibition opened Saturday, October 7, and included a book signing with Len Prince and special guests. The Beautiful music of Marvin Hamlisch was performed during the opening reception by Carolyn Mix (violin) and Darcy Doniger (cello) of 2NoteHudson.
Also at the event the launch of a new fragrance by source adage was introduced under the name:
“What I Did For Love” is a romantic, floral scent of linden and citrus blossoms with seductive undertones of patchouli, musk and oud wood.*
Inspired by the music of Marvin Hamlisch and a shared philosophy of pursuing what you love, source adage composed this Special Edition fragrance with harmonious notes and accords in the same spirit of undying love and undefeated optimism that informed Marvin’s original score.”
*source adage Principal/co-founders, Christopher Draghi & Robert Dobay
Saturday, October 21, 7pm
Musical Salute to Marvin Hamlisch
This tribute to Marvin Hamlisch features pianist Peter Dugan, violinist Charles Yang, cellist Adrian Darouv, and vocalist Marissa McGowan. Find out more here.
VIDEO: Peter Dugan & Charles Yang perform: “The Good, The Bad & The Ugly”