You are welcome to try a free session to see if this course is for you
If you do decide to continue, please subscribe to the course.
Use this ZOOM code to access next Wednesday's session: 1st December@ 7.30pm (London time), 2.30pm (New York) 11.30am (CA)
You may also like to watch the video of the session from 20th October on Schumann's Piano Quintet
This music appreciation course is aimed at music lovers who want to gain a better understanding of how pieces of Classical music actually work. Many music lovers who enjoy listening to classical music often find it difficult to follow the musical logic of the pieces they are listening to - this course seeks to address this issue.
Each week we will look at a different piece of Classical music. We will talk about its structure, identifying themes and motives, historical context, orchestration and in particular identifying ways to listen in a way that allows you to follow the musical logic of the piece.
After a few sessions you will begin to listen to music in a different way, enabling a deeper appreciation and immersion in the musical experience.
The sessions are held online, through ZOOM either on a desktop, iPad or mobile, or over the telephone for those who don't have internet access. They are held twice on the same day - once at 10.00am GMT and then repeated at 19.30GMT.
You definitely do not need to have any musical knowledge for this course. Having said that, a number of instrumentalists who have taken the course have been surprised at how much they learnt, even about pieces that they had actually performed on numerous occasions.