NEW! Music Appreciation from a Historical Perspective

NEW! Music Appreciation from a Historical Perspective
6 sessions, 12 hours

What is that music? Have you ever wondered why different time periods have different styles of music or why you listen and enjoy certain types of music? In this course, we will have a quick overview of critical time periods and the music that resulted from (or triggered) the events of that time. You may find that your current ideas change or that beliefs about music that you have always held are correct.

Instructor: Lynn Fleming is currently principal bassist with the National String Symphonia, and free-lances in and around Maryland with several orchestras. Additionally, she has conducted a number of orchestras in the area, including Westminster Symphony Orchestra. A recent participant of the InterHarmony Music Festival in Italy she is currently the director and conductor of the Frederick Community College String Ensemble. A consummate educator, Ms. Fleming recently was invited to Florida State University in Tallahassee where she ran a master class for college students. A graduate of the Juilliard School of Music, Ms. Fleming spent ten years teaching and performing in Venezuela with the Maracaibo Symphony Orchestra. Upon her return to the United States, Ms. Fleming joined the faculty of the Juilliard School Music Advancement Program where she taught double bass as well as performing with some of the premier ensembles in NYC and the surrounding area.

ILR337 Music Appreciation from a Historical Perspective
4-Digit Number: 7884
Mon , 1pm – 3pm, 1/29 – 3/5
Location: Conference Center (E Building)/E106
Tuition: $40.00 Fee: $89.00 Total: $129.00
MD residents age 60+ pay fee only

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