Antoinette Henry and the Three Crooners
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The Wonderful Wizard of Song:
The Music of Harold Arlen

Sunday, January 26, 2:00 p.m.

You won't want to miss this multimedia musical revue of Harold Arlen's hits brought to life by The Three Crooners — George Bugatti, Marcus Goldhaber and Joe Shepherd, along with Antoinette Henry. Their performance will be accompanied by inside stories and Arlen's rare behind-the-scenes home movies.

Arlen, the wonderful wizard of song, composed the score for the Wizard of Oz. In addition to writing Over the Rainbow, the song that is considered the twentieth century's number one song, he is known for writing more than 400 other songs. His numerous hits, including Get Happy and Any Place I Hang My Hat is Home, were heard across the country — from the Cotton Club, a popular Harlem night club, to Broadway and Hollywood movies.

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Harold Arlen

Born in 1905, Arlen began playing with local bands, movie houses, vaudeville troupes and cabaret as a teenager in his home town of Buffalo, NY. His early collaboration with Ted Koehler led to writing such hits as Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea and I've Got the World on A String for the famed Cotton Club. In 1939 he won the Oscar for Best Original Song for Over the Rainbow from The Wizard of Oz and earned eight more Academy Award nominations including The Man That Got Away from A Star is Born. Arlen was enshrined in the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1971 and passed away in 1986 at age 81. Aside from being Judy Garland's life-long signature, Over the Rainbow was rated the number one song of the century by the Recording Industry Association of America.