ISN’T IT ROMANTIC: MUSIC IN THE 19TH CENTURY

An exploration of the period  known as the  Romantic era  of Western  European  concert music,  including a  sampling  of works by  Beethoven, Berlioz, Brahms, Chopin,  Liszt, Mendelssohn (Felix & Fanny),  Mussorgsky, Rossini, Schubert,  Schumann (Robert & Clara),  Tchaikovsky, Verdi, Wagner and  others. We will look at the important  forms, style characteristics and  musical elements of the era, as well as  the historical and cultural context.

DAVID HEITLER-KLEVANS: B.M.

Composition, Oberlin Conservatory; Full-time Musician/Teaching Artist, TWO OF A KIND

21 – $112

8 Tuesdays, 3/1 to 4/26
7 to 8:30 p.m.
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