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Mozart From page 6 It also bolstered Mozart's reputa- tion throughout Europe. "Mozart is the greatest com- poser of all," Albert Einstein once stated. "Beethoven created his music, but the music of Mozart is of such purity and beauty that one feels he merely found it--that it Don Giovanni and Cosi fan tutte (Women All Act the Same) are often performed today. His two last operas, Die Zauberflfte (The Magic Flute) and La Clemenza has always existed as part of the inner beauty of the universe wait- ing to be revealed." During his career, Mozart composed 22 operas--10 of ARTISTIC ELEGANCE EXCLUSIVELY AT them as a teenager. His com-di Tito (The Clemency of Titus), positions included: Le nozze di were performed in 1791, less than Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro), three months before the compos- er's untimely death at the age of thirty-five. In addition to the operas, Mozart composed over 50 symphonies. His masterpieces include virtually every musical genre, including vocal music, con- certos, quartets, chamber and reli- gious music. Influencing compos- ers for years to come, Mozart was idolized by Richard Wagner, Peter Tchaikovsky, Igor Stravinsky, Sergei Prokofiev, and countless others. ISLAND SPA lin To book an appointment, please call 87Z 778.6454 163 Crescent Avenue Avalon, CA90704 istandspacatalina,com The concert program, A Very Mozart Christmas; will fea- ture the distinguished Stanford Symphony Orchestra performing three of Mozart's famous compo- sitions, including Symphony no. 29 in A major, Exsultate, Jubilate, and Violin Concerto no. 5 in A major, "Turkish." Tickets are free for members of the museum and all children 17 years of age and younger. The general public may purchase tickets for $5. Tickets are required for entry. For more information, call 310-510-2414, or visit www.CatalinaMuseum.org. From page 2 shared with the Catalina Island Medical Center during the reg- istration process will be sent an auto-generated message. Patients or their patient-authorized user will be given step-by-step instruc- tions to access and review the electronic records of recent medi- cal visits. When a patient portal invita- tion is received "click on the link", answer the questions, establish a personal password and go to the website www.mymedicalencoun- ters.com. Then patients may begin view- ing, printing or downloading their CIMC medical information. Special equipment is not required--just a computer and an email account that matches the one provided during a patient's hospital/clinic registration. Find out test results, review immuniza- tion records and other clinical data in Electronic Medical Records. CIMC staff during the admission process. The patient portal "invitation email" is only provided after an individual's initial registration for a clinic appointment, hospital visit or upon specific request. The Catalina Island Medical Center Patient Portal relates to services provided at the Medical Center or the medical group office only and will not include health information from any other facili- ties that a patient may have used for medical care. If you have questions about your CIMC medical records or feel that an error has been made or you have trouble logging in or accessing the CIMC Patient Portal you may call Leah McCune Keeline Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. at 310-510- 0700. Bienvenido al portal del paiente de CIMC Accaso al portal Usted recibira una invitacion Patients can choose to elec-, l~ar~#.o ~l~{CtarJa~onfig.uaracion tronically share a med~Cafrecord Haga click e~,e!.enlace wkh afioftie~dbctor 6~ h~spital if Responda las preguntas there is a need. If a patient does not have a computer, they may :.choose to give anauthorized rep- resentative access to the electronic medical records for specific hospi- tal visits. The consent to designate a third party to have access to patient medical records is infor- mation that must be provided to Establesca una contrasena Ya te encuentros en el camino Ut'dize la informacion del sitio web en esta tarjeta para acceder a la informacion una vez que com- plete la configuracion. La informacion se podra ver, imprimir o descargar a su conve- niencia. Phone or text Corsario Charters @ 4 .738.oo8o c rsan catalina'c m Join us on a private charter to catch your own lobsters! Leave at dusk for a short ride along the beautiful Catalina coastline for a sunset cruise. Drop the nets, and enjoy the comfort of our comfortable 3 foot vessel equipped with TV, heated cabin, restroom, and all the amenities. Pull the nets just after dark, and return to Avalon with your own lobsters, cleaned and ready to take home. Or we can arrange to have them cooked for you at one of Avalon's finest restaurants. Only5 per angler for a trip you will never forget! 424.738.oo8o 8 ! Friday, November 28, 2014 THE CATALINA ISLANDER