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|Cape Cod Conservatory presents Backstage Pass with the Beatles|
[Posted by Adam Forrest on Saturday, 09/29/12 2:55 pm] [Full Blog] [Tweet] [Facebook]
Through recordings, television footage, film clips, original Beatles memorabilia, personal recollections and academic support, instructor Tom Kelley will explore and unveil the phenomenon that is the Beatles in a lecture called Backstage Pass with the Beatles this week at the Cape Cod Conservatory.Mr. Kelley is a Cape Cod-based musician with a Master of Arts degree in "The Beatles, Popular Music and Society" from Liverpool Hope University. With a rare depth of insight into the legendary group, he will discuss Paul McCartney and the Beatles' connection to nearly all facets of pop culture, especially the evolution of musical style. With his commitment to facts rather than common knowledge, Mr. Kelley will impart valuable historical insight during this informative and entertaining trip down Penny Lane.
The lectures are in anticipation of the Cape Cod Symphony Orchestra's concerts "Live & Let Die: Tribute to Paul McCartney" on October 6 & 7.
Backstage Pass with the Beatles will be held from 6:30 to 8:00pm on Monday, October 1 at the Conservatory's Falmouth campus and on Thursday, October 4 at the Conservatory's Barnstable campus. The tuition for a single lecture is just $10. To register, call 508-362-2772 or visit www.capecodconservatory.org.
For more information about the Cape Cod Symphony Orchestra and the "Live & Let Die: Tribute to Paul McCartney" concert, visit www.capesymphony.org or call 508-362-1111.
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