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USA, 1949, B&W, Film Noir, dir. Byron Haskin, with Lizabeth Scott & Arthur Kennedy
Premiere Date: 12/16/2017
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USA, 1956, B&W, Film Noir, dir. Mark Stevens, with Mark Stevens & Felicia Farr
Premiere Date: 12/16/2017
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USA, 1951, B&W, Film Noir, dir. Max Nosseck, with Lawrence Tierney & Allene Roberts
Premiere Date: 12/16/2017
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USA, 1951, B&W, Film Noir, Dir. Tay Garnett, with Loretta Young & Barry Sullivan
Premiere Date: 12/16/2017
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USA, 1953, B&W, Anti-War drama, dir. Stanley Kubrick, with Frank Silvewra & Paul Mzursky
Premiere Date: 12/12/2017
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USA, 1952, B&W, Cold War Drama, dir. Alfred E. Green, with Dan O'Herlihy & Peggy Castle
Premiere Date: 12/12/2017
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USA, 1943, B&W, Biopic, dir. Henry King, with Jennifer Jones & Vincent Price
Premiere Date: 12/12/2017
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USA, 1938, B&W, War Drama, dir. Edmund Goulding, with David Niven, Errol Flynn, & Basil Rathbone
Premiere Date: 12/12/2017
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USA, 2014, Color/B&W, Documentary-Biography, dir. Chuck Workman, with Orson Welles & Peter Bogdanovich
Premiere Date: 12/12/2017
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The three peices on this program demonstrate the invention and versatility that characterize all of Mozart's chamber music. The first, Flute Quartet in C Major, is a relatively recent discovery that is believed to be written by Mozart, but doubts of its authenticity lend an aura of mystery to the piece. The second, Quintet in E-flat Major for Piano and Winds, is one of several virtuoso pieces that Mozart wrote for winds. The final piece's innocent title, "Divertimento," denoting music that is light and easily digestible, should not fool the listener; this in one of Mozart's most formidable compositions. This is chamber music at its most intimate and expressive. Recorded on 8/22/2017.
Premiere Date: 11/17/2017
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In music, the serenade originated in the 18th century and is typically defined as calm, light music, often written in someone's honor or for special social occasions. For example, Benjamin Britten's Gemini Variations were written for a pair of young Hungarian prodigies of his acquaintance. Edward Elgar's Piano Quintet was likely inspired by the approaching end of his creative career, as both a sort of confrontation and a summing up. No one knows the occasion that inspired Antonin Dvorak to compose his Serenade in D Minor, but the result is a sunny, high-spirited piece that has remained a perennial audience favorite. Recorded on 8/20/2017.
Premiere Date: 11/10/2017
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SummerFest 2017 presents an evening celebrating the versatility of quintets: 1) Beethoven's "String Quintet in C-Major, Opus 29;" 2) Xiangang Ye, "Gardenia for String Quartet and Pipa;" and 3) Dvo ák's "Qunitet in G Major for Two Violins, Viola, Cello, and Doublebass, Opus 77." Recorded on 8/9/2017.
Premiere Date: 10/30/2017
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Saxophonist Charles McPherson leads a group of UC San Diego Jazz Camp students in a performance of standards and new works. Recorded on 6/30/2017.
Premiere Date: 10/25/2017 Hits/Views: 2,400
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Trumpeter Hugh Ragin leads a group of UC San Diego Jazz Camp students in a performance of standards and new works. Recorded on 6/30/2017.
Premiere Date: 10/23/2017 Hits/Views: 334
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Flutist Holly Hofmann leads a group of UC San Diego Jazz Camp students in a performance of standards and new works. Recorded on 6/30/2017.
Premiere Date: 10/20/2017 Hits/Views: 845
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Judith Rodin Past president of the Rockefeller Foundation and University of Pennsylvania talks with the Atlantic's Steve Clemons about how cities and universities can work together to build a strong and inclusive future.
Premiere Date: 10/16/2017
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For more than a half century, John Lithgow has been delighting audiences on stage, in movies and on television. In a lively discussion, with Peter Gourevitch, distinguished professor emeritus of political science at UC San Diego, Lithgow reflects on the roles that have shaped his career and influenced the larger culture from his star turn in "The World According to Garp" to his SAG-award-winning role as Winston Churchill in the Netflix original series "The Crown."
Premiere Date: 10/16/2017
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A panel of experts in health policy and women's health programs discus how maternal and child health care, family planning and reproductive health services may be affected by potential changes coming out of Washington both through the American Health Care Act (AHCA) and administrative actions. Recorded on 07/19/2017.
Premiere Date: 10/16/2017
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It's not often that the California State Treasurer makes national news, but that's exactly what happened when John Chiang suspended ties with Wells Fargo last year over the bank's creation of some two million fraudulent accounts. With its $75 billion portfolio, Chiang describes how California sets the example for holding partners to high ethical standards and for public investing in policies that lead to better lives for its residents, reductions in income inequality, and effective responses to climate change. Chiang is the 2017 speaker for Michael Nacht Distinguished Lecture in Politics and Public Policy presented by the Goldman School of Public Policy and the Berkeley Forum at UC Berkeley. Recorded on 09/18/2017.
Premiere Date: 10/16/2017
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Trumpeter Gilbert Castellanos leads a group of UC San Diego Jazz Camp students in a performance of standards and new works. Recorded on 6/30/2017.
Premiere Date: 10/13/2017 Hits/Views: 838
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