Sunday, November 11, 2007 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Marriott Marquis Hotel • Times Square
1535 Broadway @ 45th Street • New York City
Tickets may be purchased at the door for $10.00
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Annie Bergen is the weekday midday host on 96.3 FM WQXR,
the classical station of The New York Times.  Prior to joining WQXR in January 2004, Bergen was Chief Arts and Entertainment Reporter for Bloomberg Radio, WBBR.  Her reports on film, music, theater, books and art won several awards, including one from American Women in Radio and Television and an "Outstanding Feature Story" award from the New York State Broadcasters Association.  From 1994 to 2000, she was also a Business News Anchor on Bloomberg Television, and produced and hosted feature segments on culture.   She has interviewed over 300 arts personalities.   Previously, Annie was the evening host on classical station, WNCN, and hosted music programs at WLTW "Lite FM," and at jazz station, WBGO, in Newark. 

 Born in Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, Annie was raised in Europe, Washington, D.C. and Jersey City, New Jersey.  She is a graduate of Boston College.

Fifty Plus Expo – Forever Young Guest Host

Weeknights on 96.3FM WQXR is hosted by Midge Woolsey from 7pm to Midnight.  Ms. Woolsey joined WQXR in 1993 where she acted as a Weekend Music Host for the classical station.  Ms. Woolsey has been associated with television and radio, on and off the air, for over 20 years, having hosted such programs as “PBS Millennium 2000,” “Your Money Matters 2000” and two of the “Three Tenors” specials, as well as numerous award-winning programs and teleconferences for the national PBS education division.  Recently, she has served as Production Executive for David Grubin Productions, working on such PBS series as “The American Experience” and “The Language of Life with Bill Moyers.”  In addition, Ms. Woolsey hosted the opening program of the Lyrics and Lyricists Series at New York’s 92nd Street Y.  Ms. Woolsey has degrees in theater and music, and has worked as a director, performer and choreographer in more than 100 productions with various regional opera and musical theater companies.


Maestro David Dworkin Presents:

Since CONDUCTORCISE® launched in 2002, it has captured the attention of music lovers, healthcare professionals, fitness fanatics, seniors, and children far and wide.  Maestro David Dworkin works with groups of 10 to as many as 10,000 in this exciting fitness fusion that is hailed as “a symphony performance, music history lesson and aerobics workout all rolled into one.” 

CONDUCTORCISE® has opened doors to hundreds of average people who may not ordinarily exercise or may be looking for something completely different.  It teaches people to move their bodies, learn about ways to communicate, both physically and verbally, and reap the benefits of exercise, including increasing circulation, stretching the muscles and raising heart rates in a very low impact program.  And beyond all of this is the music, which Maestro Dworkin brings fully alive with his unique and colorful insights. 

The New York Times calls CONDUCTORCISE® “a blend of workout session and music education class, where the only props are batons and the sounds of panting and piccolos mingling together.”






Fifty Plus Expo – Forever Young Guest Host