Eli Newberger, M.D.

Eli Newberger, M.D.
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Eli Newberger is a pediatrician, musician, and teacher.  He invites you to share the words and music of his site, that includes chapters from his book on boys, The Men They Will Become, articles on child health, child protection, and music, and audio and video recordings.


 

Excerpts and chapters on understanding boys and strengthening their characters from The Men They Will Become.

Archive of Dr. Newberger's scientific, clinical, and social policy publications, focusing on child health, child abuse, violence against women, clergy abuse, and pedophilia.

Medical Videos
White House Conference presentation on strengthening boys' characters, a CBS-TV Father's Day interview, lectures on families, character and violence, court trial testimony on shaken baby syndrome, and an interview on pedophilia and the ethics of the Penn State scandal.

Articles on Music

Music and Ballet Criticism

     
 

Recordings

Reviews of Eli Newberger's performances

Musical Videos
Classical and jazz performances on piano and tuba, featuring "Tubby the Tuba" with Mike Roylance, Principal Tuba of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and another "Tubby" that features Kevin McHale, the Boston Celtics basketball star, as narrator, and TV and concert appearances with Ted Casher, Jimmy Mazzy, Joe Muranyi, and the New Black Eagle Jazz Band.

Treatments of Trauma and Resilience by
Eli Newberger's Jazz Tuber Trio

(narrated concert and individual songs)

Please refer to Eli Newberger's YouTube channel
for additional performance videos, including "Stormy Monday," with Gabrielle Goodman, voice, Bob Winter, piano, and Ted Casher, tenor sax and Put It Right Here by the Jazz Tuber Quintet at the 2010 CEO Roundtable  (featuring Jimmy Mazzy, banjo and vocals, Bob Winter, piano, Ted Casher, clarinet, and Bo Winiker, trumpet)


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Eli's All-Stars
Performing the first Thursday of every month, 7:00 to 9:30, at the Sherborn Inn, Sherborn, MA.  Reservations essential.
Please call: (800)-552-9742 http://www.sherborninn.com

Bob Winter, piano; Herb Gardner, trombone; Jimmy Mazzy, banjo and vocals; Eli Newberger, tuba and leader; Jeff Guthery, drums; Ted Casher, clarinet and saxes; Bo Winiker, trumpet



Watch: "Chinatown, My Chinatown"; vocalist Rebecca Sullivan on "Them There Eyes" and "Georgia on My Mind"; and Tiger Rag with Randy Reinhart, cornet


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Jazz Tuber Trio
featuring Ted Casher and Jimmy Mazzy

Watch: "Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen"

         
   

 

 

Bio information and c.v.

Musical Biography

"Medicine of the Tuba" from from Doctors Afield, edited by M.Curnen, H. Spiro, and D. St. James, Yale University Press, 1999.

"Eli Newberger: Music Maker, Medicine Man,"
All About Jazz, January 2010


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Drs. Carolyn and Eli Newberger receiving the Family Service of Greater Boston Family Legacy Award from Mayor Thomas Menino at the Family Legacy Gala on October 6, 2011.
         
     

Updated list of lectures, and musical performances.

Note: Starting April 3, 2014, Eli's All-Stars will be playing the first Thursday of every month at the Sherborn Inn, Sherborn, MA.

Please also note this generous review of our February 4, 2014, performance.

         
     

Send a message, inquire about a presentation, or to book a musical group.

To arrange a school or institutional performance of "Tubby the Tuba", that also includes an introduction to the musical instruments and a delightful conversation about music with tuba virtuoso Mike Roylance, please send an email.


The Cupcake Philharmonic Orchestra at the Boston Public Library, December 30, 2008
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