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On The Town With Aubrey Reuben - August 20 2016


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Where All the Stars Shine Brightly!
August 20, 2016


Jeffrey Kahane deserved his standing ovation after conducting the Mostly Mozart Orchestra and was the soloist in three piano concertos. It was an astonishing performance. It was a delight for the audience to listen to to three of Mozart's finest concertos, beginning with my favorite Piano Concerto No. 21 in C major, K.367, which acquired even more fame, when the second Andante movement served as music for the popular Swedish romantic film Elvira Madigan. The second piece was Piano Concerto No. 24 in C minor, K.491, a more serious and somber work. It was a complete contrast to the opening work. The program concluded with the Piano Concerto No. 22 in E-flat major, K.491 with its lively third movement. It was a remarkable program. and Kahane should be congratulated for one of the finest concerts offered on the 50th Anniversary of this wonderful series.


The final concert I attended consisted of four works. It began with the Overture to A Midsummer Night's Dream, by Mendelssohn. The orchestra was conducted by Matthew Halls in his debut with Mostly Mozart. The program continued with Violin Concerto No. 4 in D major, K.218, by Mozart, with Joshua Bell as soloist. After the intermission, two works by Beethoven followed, Overture to Coriolan, followed by Symphony No. 8 in F major. Halls impressed in his debut performance, and he could not have a finer soloist with Bell in the violin concerto. It was a terrific conclusion for me of five magnificent evenings of classical music.

MoMA is presenting Gaumont: Cinema pour tout le monde until September 7. Antoine at Antoinette, by Jacques Becker, France, 1947, is a look at a young working class couple living in a cramped apartment in Paris two years after World War II.

 It is a realistic view of their difficult life, which suddenly changes when they buy a winning lottery ticket. It is a well acted film, with a multitude of interesting characters.


Jenny, by Marcel Carne, France, 1936, is an interesting melodrama about a mother, who runs a nightclub, and supports a young gigolo. When her pretty daughter returns after a six year absence, the plot thickens, after the gigolo rescues her from an unwanted encounter with an elderly roué. They fall in love, causing an unhappy triangle with her mother. The acting is superb, and the story is absorbing. It holds the viewer's attention from start to finish.


Renaissance Man Joe Sirola was honored at the Metropolitan Room at the monthly This Is Your Night Joe Sirola, He was honored for his contributions to the NYC Entertainment Industry as an actor on television, film and stage, as a producer of Broadway and Off-Broadway plays, as a painter, as a songwriter, and as a gardner on his penthouse roof. Many of his friends from the world of cabaret perfumed, including Jamie deRoy and Steve Ross. It was a pleasant evening. 


The MOMS Denise Albert and Melissa Musen Gerstein were on the radio program on SiriusXM and appeared on the cover of New York Family Magazine. A champagne reception with hors d'oeuvres was held in the lobby of the new, elegant 100 Barclay Street. Sponsors included Chobani yogurt and Subway, and families received various gifts from the companies sponsoring the lovely event.








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