February 8, 2006
Hauman's "Exiles" Presented by Garry Marshall in March
Garry Marshall presents
created and performed by Constance Hauman, soprano

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with David Wolff, piano; Tereza Stanislav, violin; Cecilia Tsan, cello and Gary Bovyer, clarinet

Mar. 17, 24, 31 at 8pm.
Mar. 19, 26 & April 2nd at 4pm.
The Falcon Theater, 4252 Riverside Dr.
Burbank, CA. 91505

Tickets $35 reserved; $40 at the door
CALL 1 818 955-8101

Exiles in Paradise spans the lives of Europe's composers and artists who fled to Los Angeles from the rise of the Nazi party, the war, the Holocaust, their exile and influence in Hollywood to the final chapter of those emigres who were brought to trial in America during the McCarthy Era. Part documentary film, performance piece and traditional recital, the music and lives of this explosive period in history are brought to life with historical footage, original 16mm films by Louis Klar, film collages by Richard Baim, rare home movies and studio clips and the songs of Fredrich Hollander, Arnold Schoenberg, Emmerich Kalman, Erich Wolfgang Korngold, Eric Zeisl, Walter Jurmann, Ralph Benatsky, Hanns Eisler and Kurt Weill.

EXILES IN PARADISE was chosen from 700 applicants to open the Jewish Museum, Berlin in the actual Liebeskind building on Sept. 10, 2001. Miss Hauman has performed Exiles in Paradise as well at the 92nd St. Y in NYC and most recently at the Austrian Embassy in Washington D.C.
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