IT’S NO JOKE — LAUGHTER YOGA
Alexa Drubay shares her distinctive laughter exercise program: a unique concept of laughing f or your health! Benefits can include reducing stress, regulating blood pressure, boosting immunities and reducing anxiety and feelings of loneliness — all while fostering playfulness and social connections.
LASTING IMPRESSIONS IN COLOR
“The Impressionists Show,” presented by Patricia Richardson, explores one of the most colorful, thought-provoking periods in art history. Focusing on both the artists and their art, it’s a fascinating look back at the bold French and American Impressionists who changed art forever. April GREAT MUSICAL ADVENTURES: GERSHWIN George Gershwin had a huge appetite for life beyond music. Led by Maestro Karl Middleman, this session reviews Gershwin’s diverse interests and romantic relationships, along with in-depth looks at “Girl Crazy,” with Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland, and “Shall We Dance” with Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.
THE SONG & STORY OF STEEL DRUMS
David Gettes is a scientist, educator and steel drum musician, builder and tuner. A leading figure in the steel drum art form, Gettes performs and lectures throughout the U.S. on the musical, social and technical evolution of this distinctive art form.
WORLD HERITAGE DAY — A MOVING TRIBUTE
International dancers come to Rosemont to celebrate World Heritage Day, an annual e vent aimed at preserving our diverse human cultures and heritage.
This installment of Rosemont’s “Saturday Night Live Entertainment” features five talented women performing beautiful dances from around the globe.
A VOICE TO REMEMBER
Recently dubbed a “breakout star” and “powerhouse lyric tenor” by The Huffington Post, international performer Dominick Chenes presents an “Evening of Opera and Classic Songs,” with acclaimed pianist Jeffrey Uhlig.
- Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art
- Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton NJ
- Philadelphia Antique and Art Show