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A Jazz Memoir – at The Breman Museum

ZOOM Program – Jews and Jazz: 10/15, 7 PM

In conjunction with the Breman Museum’s exhibition: A Jazz Memoir, join Gary Motley and Dr. Gordon Vernick as they discuss the significant roles that Jews have played in the Jazz scene as composers, performers, writers, and entrepreneurs. Learn about the contributions of composers like George Gershwin, Yip Harburg, Oscar Hammerstein and more. This program will explore some of the most important compositions by these great composers while we tell the back stories of “Jews and Jazz.” This LINK will take you to the Breman Museum’s web site to RSVP to the free event.

Virtual Exhibition Now On-Line

Lumière is pleased to announce this collaborative exhibition with the Breman Museum featuring the work of Herb Snitzer. The exhibition is now live, for the latest updates on programing related to the exhibition and for the status of in gallery access, follow this LINK to the Breman website.

A version of the same virtual exhibition can also be found on the Lumière website at this LINK.

PRESS – Featured on WABE City Lights

First broadcast on September 10, 2020, prior to the virtual opening of the exhibition, you can hear comments from Photographer Herb Snitzer and exhibition curator Tony Casadonte as they discuss the exhibition at the Breman Museum.

PRESS – AJC Article Featuring Herb Snitzer

In conjunction with the Breman Museum’s exhibition: A Jazz Memoir, photographer Herb Snitzer discussed his work, with a focus on images from 1958 – 1964, with AJC writer Bo Emerson. THIS LINK will take you to the AJC article.

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We hope to see you all at the Breman Museum's Jazz Talk with Joe Alterman and Herb Snitzer, happening tonight at 7PM Eastern Time. Lovers of jazz and Herb's iconic photography will not want to miss it! You can still RSVP here for free:

To the men and women who have served our country: Thank you. We honor you today on #veteransday, but owe you a debt of gratitude every day.

Photo Credits: Harold Feinstein - Comic Books in Barracks, Ft. Dix, 1952

The Kickstarter for the Harold Feinstein film, Last Stop Coney Island, is still just shy of their fundraising goal, and there are only 40 hours to go before their Kickstarter campaign ends. Please consider supporting; besides a DVD copy, there are amazing rewards for backers.


We're so close now! If we hit our target, we'll start producing DVDs worthy of a place on your shelves. The campaign closes in the early hours of Friday, UK time, so unless you're a real night owl, Thursday will be your last chance to preorder the DVD.

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