Symphonic Masterpieces

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This course is designed to help students develop their listening skills and appreciation of classical music. Each lecture corresponds with a different program from the Victoria Symphony’s 2017-18 Masterworks series including such works as Holst’s The Planets, Rachmaninoff’s Second Symphony, and Verdi’s Requiem. Featured artists this year include pianists Jon Kumura Parker and Jan Lisiecki as well as violinist James Ehnes, all under the direction of the symphony’s new conductor, Christian Kluxen.

Through guided listening and class discussion, you will learn how to listen to the form, instrumentation and style in the selected works. By learning what to listen for, your enjoyment during concerts will increase significantly. All levels of listeners are welcome to this class.

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