I Remember It Well
Hollywood in the '50s
Fri, Aug 13, 2:30 - 4:00 pm
Jaqua Concert Hall, The Shedd Institute
Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Lee B. Daniel MD
2004 Afternoon Concerts Sponsor
Born in the early 1930s and brought to maturity in the 1940s, the Hollywood musical came into its own in the '50s. There were, of course, the superb Broadway adaptations: Kiss Me Kate (1953), Oklahoma (1955), The King and I (1956), The Pajama Game (1957), and South Pacific (1958) among others. But the true gems were original properties featuring both old and new musical material. The best of these were certainly An American in Paris (1951), Singin’ in The Rain (1952), The Band Wagon (1953), White Christmas and A Star Is Born (1954), High Society (1956), Funny Face (1957), and Gigi (1959).
Hollywood also continued to use art music composers during the '50s to excellent effect, Leonard Bernstein's score to Elia Kazan's 1952 masterpiece On The Waterfront and Ellington's score to Otto Preminger's 1959 Anatomy of A Murder being two of the best examples.
Dick Hyman and his Small Band are joined by Terry Burrell and Ian Whitcomb in an afternoon tribute to the Hollywood musical and classic art music scores.
Event Personnel
Dick Hyman, piano
Terry Burrell, vocals
Al Caiola, guitar
Frank Capp, percussion
Doug Miller, bass
Matt Shevitz, saxophones
Ticket/Venue Info
I Remember It Well Ticket Prices
Seat LvlFull PriceDiscount Prices
15%  20%  25%  Stud. 
AA28.00  24.00  22.50  21.00  14.00 
A24.00  20.50  19.25  18.00  12.00 
B20.00  17.00  16.00  15.00  10.00 
O16.00  13.75  13.00  12.00  8.00 
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The John G. Shedd Institute for the Arts
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Eugene, Oregon
541-434-7000

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