The Three B’s of Music–The Modern Version: Beethoven
Time: 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Location: Online (From Your Home)
One of the most popular offerings at the library before the pandemic was our adult education program known as CALL. It featured experts in various fields–college professors, writers, journalists, art teachers–who lectured on various subjects or taught hands-on classes. We are now happy to announce our first virtual series of Adult Education lectures.
Barry Wiesenfeld, a musician, published author, and faculty member of SUNY and Ramapo College, will hold a three-lecture series, The Three B’s of Music–The Modern Version: Bach, Beethoven, and The Beatles. The second session, Learning Ludwig, shows how Beethoven took the musical world into which he was born, mastered it, and transformed the Romantic era into the Classical era. He lived a tragic life, but gave concepts and emotion to his music unrivaled to this day. This lecture will discuss his life and contributions to the world of music.
Lectures will be held virtually via Zoom, and all registered participants will receive a Zoom link before each lecture.
There is a fee of $8 to attend each lecture. If you are unable to pay, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will waive the fee.
To register for the second lecture, Learning Ludwig, click here.
To pay for the lecture (you can pay for one, two, or all three lectures at once), click here.
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