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Sep 23

Believe it or not, Nazis had a hand in the development of the nightclubs where disco music originated! During World War II, dance halls in Paris featured jazz music; however, regulations in Nazi-occupied France banned live music, so records were played instead.

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Sep 17

One of the composers we’re featuring in Passport to America: The Immigrant Story is not just alive, he’s actively working and demonstrating the unique cultural richness that immigrants bring to our country.

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Sep 10

Franz Waxman was a Jewish composer who started out writing scores in the thriving and much-admired German film industry. His first original Hollywood score was James Whale’s memorable Bride of Frankenstein in 1935.

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Cape Symphony & Conservatory

Classes in music, dance and art in West Barnstable and Falmouth! We bring engaging programs to students of all ages.


Music memory

Students study selected compositions by prominent composers. The year ends with the Music Memory Concert – a name-that-tune event featuring the Cape Symphony!


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