A respected musicologist once referred to The Beatles as “one of the most transforming entities of 20th century music and claimed that they changed the course of popular music forever.”
Can that possibly be true? Were the Beatles really so much more than just four “Mop Tops”? What made them such a strong force that their music is still popular and vibrant now more than 50 years later?
In his presentation, Barry Wiesenfeld, a respected musician, Carnegie Hall performer and an educator will explain the phenomenon that was the Beatles, their
originality, growth, ultimate sophistication, innovations, lyric depth, and much more. Please Join us for this fascinating presentation!
Barry Wiesenfeld is an internationally respected and award-winning musician, a published author, and is on the music faculty of SUNY and Ramapo Colleges. He has accompanied Grammy- and RMI-winning artists, toured on three continents, and performed on numerous recordings, radio and TV.
Free! Registration Required. Please Note: This is a virtual program via ZOOM. Participants will receive a link to the meeting via email once they have registered.