Renowned flutist Sir James Galway will share his insights, experiences, and fascinating life story in a rare interview with Nancy Shear, as part of Music For All Seasons' popular and acclaimed "Conversations" series, now in its fifth season. The event will launch the 2011 series, and will be held on Thursday, March 3, from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m., at The William Bennett Gallery, 65 Greene Street (between Broome & Spring Streets) in SoHo, New York City. This season will also include Conversations with the entire Juilliard String Quartet in the Spring and with distinguished pianist Byron Janis in the Fall of 2011.
The March 3rd program with Sir James Galway includes a question-and-answer session and a Meet-the-Artists reception with wine and hors d'oeuvres for all members of the audience.
Tickets to the event are $45, and include the reception. Seating is limited. For information and reservations, please call MFAS at 908-322-6300, or toll-free at 1-866-524-(MFAS). Tickets are also available online at www.musicforallseasons.org. Proceeds benefit MFAS programs for children living in shelters for victims of domestic violence.
Music For All Seasons' popular and acclaimed "Conversations" series, led by distinguished writer and broadcaster Nancy Shear, is an innovative program that has an enthusiastic and devoted following. Guests who have appeared include Marvin Hamlisch, André Previn, Lorin Maazel, André Watts, Steven Isserlis, Dawn Upshaw, Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, Richard Stoltzman, Peter Schickele, Barbara Cook, Marni Nixon, Marilyn Horne, and the entire Juilliard String Quartet. Each of the "Conversations" is held in an attractive, unusual venue in New York City. Current and past locations include Steinway Hall, CFM Gallery, Bond #9, Bösendorfer New York, the New York Society for Ethical Culture, BMI, and Saint Peter's Church.
Music For All Seasons is proud to present an evening with Sir James Galway, a tireless promoter of the arts and a highly recognized humanitarian, in conversation with Nancy Shear.