Film, TV, and Popular Music: how classical music makes its way in the arts, in ways you may have never expected, April 26th, 7 – 8 pm, San Dieguito High School Academy Performing Arts Center
In this interactive event, the award-winning UCLA faculty member, musician and entertainer David Ravetch will present movie clips, play music, provide insights and answer questions as he shares his passion for and expertise in music.
This is an experience you will not want to miss and will only be held once: Saturday, April 26th, from 7 – 8 pm, in the San Dieguito Academy Performing Arts Center.
Buy your tickets now on campus at the SDA Foundation Office: this event is expected to sell out. Tickets are $2 students, $5 parents/guests; proceeds are used to support SDA programs and students.
Please note there is limited seating for this event and it is intended to be open to the public soon. If you are interested in attending please sign up early; tickets are being sold at $2 for students, $5 for adults/guests through the SDA Foundation office on campus. You may also obtain tickets and reserve a seat by emailing the foundation office at sdafoundation [at] sduhsd [dot] net with the number of tickets and name of the event in the subject line.
David Ravetch has been a UCLA Anderson faculty member for over thirty years and is well recognized for his love of teaching and passion for music.
David Ravetch teaches a wide variety of Accounting and Mathematics courses in the Undergraduate and MBA Programs at UCLA. He has won numerous teaching awards including being named Favorite Accounting Instructor, Most Recommended Instructor and Faculty Merit Award, recognizing excellence in teaching. David has always been focused on the success of his students, both academically and professionally. He has developed innovative methods of teaching that has assisted students in better understanding financial statements, as well as in developing research, presentation, and evaluation skills that enable them to be more effective in their professional careers.
In addition to his love of teaching, David has a passion for music. He plays the piano, guitar, and clarinet. He has written many musicals: including musicals for children as well as musicals about the accounting profession. His passion for the classics has led him to create a series of 1 hour lectures showing how well-known classical themes are used in film, television, pop music and Broadway.