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Sleigh Rides to Winter Wonderlands Songs of the Season Chapter Two

Free

with Paul Doherty

Calendar Feb 18, 2022 at 6 pm, runs for 1 week

NEW SONGS!! In this two hour workshop, we will listen to music from various genres with themes of the winter season. We will also explore several of the origins of both the familiar and the not-so-familiar. So join us as we light the fire, pour the cocoa, and kick back with wonderfulseasonal sounds!

Paul Doherty is retired from teaching, broadcasting, and ministry. He is now enjoying this time of life by enriching his own knowledge, spiritual and otherwise. He gratefully shares the fruits of this gift

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On the Air: A History of Radio in America

$27

with Paul Doherty

Calendar Apr 1, 2022 at 1 pm

In this six week course, we will explore the history of radio broadcasting in America from its beginnings through the pre-television glory days to radio finding its own niche right up to the present.  In our broadcasting journey, we will see and hear a variety of programs, personalities, historical moments, and, of course, the music that helped keep radio alive.  And all this from a former radio insider!  So come join me in our ZOOM radio studio, as we go ON THE AIR!!

Paul Doherty's life experience includes eight years of radio broadcasting in Massachusetts.

Classes April 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 and May 6

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Broadway: The Eight Longest-running Musicals Ever!

$27

with Lorraine Masure

Calendar Apr 8, 2022 at 10 am, runs for 8 weeks

Broadway:  The Eight Longest-running Musicals Ever!

 A review of “the old chestnuts” sorted by the number of performances according to the run count listed for the original Broadway production of the show.  Considerations will be origination date, background, backstage, and foregound development of show, and — of course — reminiscent music.  From Mamma Mia! to A Chorus Line, Les Misérables, Wicked, Cats, The Lion King, Chicago, and finally The Phantom of the Opera.  Altogether now: mamma mia, here I go again. My, my, how can I resist you?

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