Who is Gary
Gary began his extensive career in the public eye with weekly performances on WCAU radios Childrens Hour at the tender age of two. Reciting Keats, Shelley, Wordsworth and other famous poets, he later did scripts and commercials which laid the foundation for public speaking and college lecturing later in life. At seven, he began his piano study with David Sokoloff in Philadelphia. As a concert pianist he has appeared worldwide in recitals, including 12-hour Beethoven marathon concerts in which he performs all 32 piano sonatas of this great composer. Gary is the father of seven children, and his wife Berthe Meijer and he live in Amstelveen, Netherlands. Gary is internationally known as the bestselling author of The Secret Language of Birthdays, The Secret Language of Relationships, and the Secret Language of Destiny. This trilogy derives from his training in psychiatry and medicine at Yale University, his background in English Literature (B.A., M.A. University of Pennsylvania), his forty-year study of astrology, and his experiences living and working with spiritual groups in California and New Zealand.
My Musical Life
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Call Me Ishmael is a 2-hour musical theater piece for soloists, chorus, 31 piece orchestra, dancers and multi-media. It was begun in November of 1987 in Amsterdam and completed in March of 2003 in Amstelveen and in France by composer Gary Goldschneider, who also wrote the libretto using text taken directly from Herman Melvilles monumental classic of American literature, Moby Dick. (http://www.ishmaelopera.com/)
World Premiere of Call Me Ishmael
Amsterdam City Theater (Stadsschouwburg)
May 30, 2004
Sunshower Productions, B.V. is a Dutch company formed to promote the writings and other creative work of Gary Goldschneider.
For further information about Gary Goldschneider and the activities of Sunshower Productions, B.V. contact:
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