The Forum Releases Schedule for 2019-2020 Season

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These events are made possible through the collaboration of the Forum, the University of the Virgin Islands, UJF and the V.I. Department of Education. They are “jointly supported by a grant from the Virgin Islands Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts in Washington D.C., a federal agency.”

The Forum Season Schedule for 2019 – 2020 Season at the Prior Jollek Hall, Antilles Campus
Saturday Oct. 19, 2019: The Baku Trio
Thursday Nov. 7, 2019: Turandot – Live Screening – Met Opera
Saturday Nov. 16, 2019: The Sounds of Majesty, Organ and Brass by Composers of African Dissent, under the direction of Gylchris Sprauve. Location: Nisky Moravian Church
Thursday Dec. 5, 2019: Small Island – Live Screening, London’s National Theatre
Friday Dec. 13, 2019: Dr. Mark Lehner (Egyptologist) Speaker; Search for Khufu’s Palace –Digging the Giza Pyramid Builders
Thursday Jan. 9, 2019: “Madame Butterfly” – Met Opera
Friday Jan. 17, 2020: Water Island Festival – “Roll Over Beethoven – 250 Years Later Julian Gargiulo — “Looking Back”
Saturday Jan. 18, 2020: Water Island Festival — “Roll Over Beethoven – 250 Years Later”, Julian Gargiulo – “Looking Forward”
Thursday Jan. 30, 2020: The Audience – Helen Mirren – National Theater
Saturday Feb. 8, 2020: Jane Bunnett and Maqueque Contract
Thursday Feb. 13, 2020: Porgy and Bess – Met Opera
Saturday March 14, 2020: Vega String Quartet
Thursday March 26, 2020: Der Fliegende Hollander (Wagner) – Met Opera
Saturday April 4, 2020: Brooklyn Rider – “Healing Modes”
Wednesdays: May 6, 13, 20, 2020: The Film Festival

This season has been made possible by: The Forum Circle Members, Bolongo Bay Beach Resort, The Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation, Fintrac, VIYA, MSI, The Virgin Islands Council on the Arts and The National Endowment for the Arts, The Prior Family Foundation, WSTA, The Forum Family and volunteers.

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