The American Songbook with Kari Howard
Note: This is a 4-week course running on Fridays, 10/8/2021 – 10/29/2021 @ 10am-11:30am PDT. This is an in-person class, to be held on our Familian Campus.
From Berlin to Hammerstein, from Rodgers to Hart, Broadway would have not been the same without Jewish composers. Jewish journeys and experiences defined some of the great musical moments of American culture.
Join Kari Howard on our beautiful campus as she sings and shares a close look at the shows, songs and lives that inspired and changed American music as we know it.
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(If you have previously submitted your vaccine card for a previous semester, you do not need to to it again. Please disregard the following instructions).
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Kari Howard is a Cabaret Singer who opened for Andy Williams, Vic Damone, Alan King and the Chicago Symphony Cabaret Series. Kari has appeared in concert at Northwestern University, Smith College and Michigan State University. She also was in the first national company of Man of La Manchaand in cabaret venues in NYC and LA. She recently participated in the film Celebration: Jewish Composers of Broadway, featuring Broadway singers.