Phoenix Ivy Council Events

 

 

The Phoenix Ivy Council Events for Fall 2016

[All Penn & Wharton Club Members are also Members of The Phoenix Ivy Council] 

 

 

 

Does To Kill A Mockingbird Still Resonate Today?

 

   

The Phoenix Ivy Council alums and their guests are invited to a special screening where ASU film professor Joe Fortunato (Yale '89) will screen, discuss, and provide "live commentary" on the beloved film classic To Kill A Mockingbird (1962) staring Gregory Peck.  This cinematic adaptation of Harper Lee's timeless book about growing up in the racially charged Depression era South is often cited as one of the most beloved films of all time.

 

We will start with a social Happy Hour from 5 pm to 6 pm with a variety of cheeses to go with your wine (no host bar).  At 6 pm, Professor Fortunato will provide a brief discussion about the background and making of the film.  Then we will screen the film in FilmBar's beautiful and comfortable screening room.  Think of it as a "living room book club" for film fans!  During the film, live commentary will be provided, giving you insights into the filmmaking process and some guidance on how to "read" a film creatively.

 

After the film, we'll discuss what we've learned and debate if it lives up to its "classic film" reputation (and discuss what that designation means in the subjective world of creative art).

 

Sunday, November 13

5:00 pm Happy Hour

6:00 pm To Kill A Mockingbird Film & Commentary

 

FilmBar

815 North Second Street, Phoenix

Tickets: $15.00

(Anticipated to sell out so must be purchased in advance)

Link to Registration

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Night of Leonard Bernstein at the Phoenix Symphony

 

 

   

You are cordially invited to enjoy an evening with fellow Phoenix Ivy Council and Harvard alumni for a special night at the Phoenix Symphony.  The Harvard Club of Phoenix is hosting this event, which includes a Cocktail Reception with light hors d'oeuvres.  The private free cocktail reception will be held at Portal 9 of Symphony Hall from 6:00 pm to 7:15 pm and will provide a chance for alums hear a presentation by and to meet Maestro Tito Muñoz and the Symphony's CEO, Jim Ward. 

 

The private alumni reception will be followed at 7:30 pm by "A Night of Leonard Bernstein" concert conducted by Music Director Tito Muñoz.  The concert is part of the Phoenix Symphony's celebration of the 100th anniversary of Leonard Bernstein's birth. The concert program will include his famous and beloved Symphonic Dances from West Side Story, Divertimento for Orchestra, and Chichester Psalms featuring the Phoenix Symphony Chorus.

 

Discounted tickets will be made available to members of the Phoenix Ivy Council and of the Harvard Club by using the promo code "HARVARD2017".

 

Friday, January 20th, 2017

Complimentary Cocktail Reception at Portal 9 from 6:00 pm to 7:15 pm **

Concert 7:30 pm

Phoenix Symphony Hall 

75 North Second Street

Phoenix, AZ 85004

Questions: David Bornemann 

 

 

**Note that there are two steps for this event.  

Please register for both the free reception and then register separately to purchase 50% discounted tickets to the concert event.

 

Register for the free Private Reception

 

 

Use promo code - "HARVARD2017" for a 50% discount

 

 

 

 

 

11th Annual St. Mary's Food Bank Volunteer Day 

 

   

Please join Stanford and Phoenix Ivy Council alumni for our Eleventh Annual St. Mary's Food Bank Volunteer Day.  We'll meet on New Year's Eve morning topack emergency food boxes that will eventually be distributed to Phoenix-area homeless shelters, senior centers, and rehabilitation centers. Volunteer space is limited to 125. 

 

Saturday, December 31, 2016

8:00 am - 11:00 am 

2831 N 31st. Ave. 

Phoenix, AZ  

602-352-3640 (food bank) 

www.firstfoodbank.org 

Please RSVP to Tracy Jaffe 

 

 
 

 

 

Phoenix Ivy Council, 412 E Southern Ave., Tempe, AZ 85282

 

 

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