In January, many of us make resolutions and set new goals for ourselves. Did you resolve to learn something new in 2021? We’re excited to offer our first online music appreciation class ever, and it’s perfect timing for these winter months.
A Night at the Symphony begins on Thursday, January 14th and will run for ten weeks. The class meets online via Zoom from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM. (The in-person version in Falmouth is sold out!).
If you’ve ever wished that you could understand and follow the structure of a symphony, you’ll enjoy A Night at the Symphony. You’ll take away the ability to listen critically, understand the difference between the various periods in classical music, and recognize the role of instruments in the orchestra. You don’t need any previous musical experience or knowledge – just bring your curiosity!
Instructor Amber Broderick is a music historian, educator, and flutist with 15 years of performing and teaching experience. She also manages our Falmouth campus. Amber has a M.M. in Music History from Bowling Green State University, and her research includes Beethoven and Berlioz, women in music, opera and orchestral works, and musical life in 19th century Paris.