Dr. Jeffrey Hollander creates a living concert. Inspired by classical compositions, popular tunes and jazz improvisations, he weaves a series of fantasies touching on sentiment, brilliance, humor and deep pathos. He likes to share interesting anecdotes about the composers and requests themes from the audience for improvisation at the conclusion.
His stunning concerts have thrilled audiences in America and Europe. He has appeared as soloist with the Milwaukee and Chicago Symphonies.
Created specifically for the Grohmann Museum, and taking thematic inspiration from the Museum’s exhibitions, for our next feature performance Dr. Hollander presents:
UNDER PARIS SKIES
Inspired by the city of Paris, Dr. Hollander will select from the music of Frederic Chopin, Camille Saint-Saens, and Claude Debussy, along with improvisations on popular songs written about Paris.
TICKETS AND MORE INFORMATION: 277-2300