Sun., Dec. 13, 2020 at 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
1395 Lexington Ave.
In 1964, John Coltrane was ready to conjoin his deep interest in religion and philosophy with his manner of making music, both in terms of structure and style.
The result was the landmark album/suite, A Love Supreme, recorded in one day, December 9, 1964. As music critic Ben Ratliff writes, A Love Supreme is “the fulcrum of his career,” and sets the foundation upon which both his past and future works are understood. The greatest album from one of America’s greatest artists.
Louis Rosen, composer, lyricist, performer, author and educator, is a Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship recipient whose musical style is a fusion of folk, jazz, classical, rock and blues idioms. He has designed and taught the Music Appreciation/History and Music Theory curriculum for the 92Y’s School of Music for over 35 years.