Richard Strauss – Tone Poem Music in the Late 1800’s – New!

Richard Strauss – Tone Poem Music in the Late 1800’s – New!
4 sessions • 8 hours

Richard Strauss was a triple-threat. By writing songs, opera, and orchestral music, he took “program music” to a new level. Richard is known for his brilliant tone poems- exciting stories that are “seen” through the music. Much of his work will be recognizable to listeners as his music has been used in many movies.

Instructor: Lynn Fleming is currently principal bassist with the National String Symphonia. Additionally, she has conducted a number of orchestras and has participated in the InterHarmony Music Festival in Italy. She is currently the director and conductor of the Frederick Community College String Ensemble. A graduate of the Juilliard School of Music, Ms. Fleming spent ten years teaching and performing in Venezuela with the Maracaibo Symphony Orchestra. Ms. Fleming joined the faculty of the Juilliard School Music Advancement Program to teach double bass and performed with premier ensembles in NYC and the surrounding area.

Richard Strauss – Tone Poem Music in the Late 1800’s – New!
ILR924 • 5-digit: 18650
Monday • 10/28-11/18 • 1:00-3:00 PM
Linganore Hall (L Building) • Room L112
Tuition: $25 | Fee: $69 | Total: $94
MD residents age 60+ pay fee only


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