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Masters Series, an adult education program of the Pasadena Senior Center, is designed to increase understanding of national and international issues, the arts, other cultures, the community, and the individual. With a focus on “understanding,” courses are presented by local university faculty and experts. Each term provides a wonderful opportunity for learning and discussion.

Logo Women AuthorsThe Masters Series is funded
in part by a generous grant from
the Pasadena Literary Alliance

Masters Series Summer Term 2018

2018 Summer Term
Tuesdays, July 10 through August 28
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.
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$105 per Term or $15 for Individual Lecture

Join us for entertaining journeys across cultures and continents revealed through the theater.

The Masters Series, an adult education program of the Pasadena Senior Center, is designed to increase understanding of national and international issues, the arts, other cultures, the community, and the individual. With a focus on “understanding,” courses are presented by local university faculty and field experts. Each term provides a wonderful opportunity for learning and discussion. Join us this summer on Tuesdays for a variety of multimedia presentations by Alan Chapman including:

  • The instruments of the orchestra and their ancestors
  • A multimedia presentation on the art of writing for the orchestra
  • A two-part multimedia presentation on Puccini’s operas with video footage of legendary performers

Dr Alan ChapmanCoordinator: Alan Chapman, producer host at Classical KUSC (915 FM) and faculty member at the Colburn Conservatory

 

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Masters Series Fall Term 2018

2018 Fall Term
Tuesdays, September 25 through November 13
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.
$105 per Term or $15 for Individual Lecture

Join us for entertaining journeys across cultures and continents revealed through the theater.

The Fall Masters Series promises a variety of interesting topics. The League of Women Voters will provide wisdom and a balanced view on the November bond issues. You’ll get a virtual tour of the elegant and functional creations in Pasadena by architect Myron Hunt from Jan Munz, a Pasadena architect. You’ll also get the opportunity to jump across the ocean to learn the culture and politics of the Korean Peninsula from Tom Plate, Clinical Professor and Distinguished Scholar of Asian and Pacific Studies at LMU. Find this exciting line-up and more this fall on Tuesday afternoons at the Pasadena Senior Center.

In addition, other experts will provide lively talks on the Huntington Gardens, a history of the many scandals of past presidents, and of course, we’ll offer clarity on the subject of “news.”

Join us!

For more information or to be placed on our mailing list, Please contact Pam Kaye at (626) 685-6756 or PamK@PasadenaSeniorCenter.org

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Phone: (626) 795-4331
Fax: (626) 577-4235
Lunch Reservations: (626) 685-6751
Email: info@pasadenaseniorcenter.org

Pasadena Senior Center
85 East Holly Street
Pasadena, CA 91103