HERSHEY FELDER: 7 NEW MUSICAL FILMS

Nov 28 - Dec 31

AN EXCLUSIVE OFFER FROM THE WALLIS AND
HERSHEY FELDER PRESENTS
 
LIVE from FLORENCE

 

BRAND NEW SEASON 2
ALL ACCESS PASS TO 7 NEW MUSICAL FILMS

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE ALL ACCESS PASS
 
All seven Hershey Felder Presents – Live From Florence productions are available via a WORLD PREMIERE PASS for $220.00 per household for viewing on Smart TV, computer, smartphone or tablet. This 40% discount (a savings of $165) can be purchased until November 26, 2021. Patrons will receive their viewing links the Friday before each film’s premiere. Tickets cannot be transferred or shared.
 
ALL ACCESS PASS INCLUDES:

LIVE PREMIERE AIRING

UNLIMITED 
ON-DEMAND ACCESS TO SEASON 1 AND SEASON 2 (OCT 4, 2021 - DEC 31, 2022)
 
UNLIMITED ACCESS TO ALL LIVE FROM FLORENCE SHOWS

ACCESS TO BEHIND THE SCENES EVENTS INCLUDED IN LIBRARY
 
EXCLUSIVE OFFER:
SAVE 40% ON A SEASON PASS IF YOU PURCHASE BEFORE NOVEMBER 26, 2021. A SAVINGS OF $165! 

7 FILMS:


Dante in Florence, premiering November 28, 2021, about Italy’s greatest poet Dante Alighieri and his muse, Beatrice

Mozart and Figaro in Vienna, premiering January 9, 2022, about the outrageous collaboration between Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Lorenzo da Ponte that created the perfect comic opera, The Marriage of Figaro

The Verdi Fiasco, premiering March 27, 2022, about the disastrous opening night of Verdi’s immortal La Traviata

The Assembly, premiering May 29, 2022, featuring the San Diego School of Creative and Performing Arts and telling the real-life story of Holocaust survivor Eva Libitzky’s visit to diverse urban schools and the shocking events that occurred

Chopin in Paris, premiering August 7, 2022, adapted from Felder’s critically acclaimed stage play Monsieur Chopin about the music and life of Polish Pianist-composer Fryderyk Chopin

The Crazy Widow (of Moses de Leon), premiering October 16, 2022, set in Avila, Spain, and focusing on 13th century Jewish mysticism that is the basis for Kabbalah

A Musical Surprise for Holiday Time, premiering December 18, 2022, the subject of which will be decided by viewers who have purchased season tickets