Music, Performing and Appreciation

See HUMDEV E17 Senior Seminar for the Luisa R. G. Kot Concert Series.

MUSIC E00   Concert Band

If you can play a musical instrument, come join in playing a wide selection of music. Regular performances are presented to the public.

9800   6:30p–9:20p   Tue   LINCOLN SCH   Mike Corrigan

Rehearse and perform a variety of concert band music. Players of brass, woodwind, or percussion instruments may enroll with the consent of the instructor.

MUSIC E03   “The Merits” – Vocal Ensemble

A chorus of men and women organized around songs from musical comedy or light opera. The music will be brought to a high level for performance.

9801   10a–12:50p   Tue   FST PRESBYTERIAN   William Bryant

Perform old standards, musical comedy and favorite songs. Combine fun with learning music skills. The ability to carry a part and read music is helpful but not mandatory.

MUSIC E04   Voice Training

9802   1:30p–3:20p   Thu   1227 #107   William Elliott

Vocal exercises and solo singing. Advanced memorization is stressed.

MUSIC E06   Gospel Community Chorus

Learn to sing and build a repertoire of gospel songs in a friendly atmosphere. For beginners through advanced.

9803   12p–1:50p   Wed   CALVARY BAPT   William Bryant

Get the spirit! Sing and learn about authentic gospel music in an exciting, supportive group under the direction of an award-winning master instructor. Men and women singers. The ability to read music is helpful but not required.

MUSIC E10   Spanish Folk Singing

Latin American and Spanish music with a special emphasis on the various styles and different regions.

9804   12p–1:50p   Tue   VIRGINIA PARK   Jesus Perez

Explore the richness and diversity of this inspired musical tradition. Be prepared to sing in Spanish. Possible performance options. Meets VIRGINIA PARK Thelma Terry Building, Workshop #3.

MUSIC E30   Opera Appreciation for Older Adults

Learn about opera, the form, themes, staging, history, and music.

9805   11a–12:50p   Thu   1227 #107   Linda Jackson

Experience opera behind the scenes and as an audience member from the beginning to the descending curtain.

MUSIC E32   Music Appreciation

Focus your appreciation through exciting listening experiences. Discuss musical periods and begin to understand performances in greater depth.

9806   9a–10:50a   Fri   1227 #107   James Peterson

Music from around the world: An engaging and unique exploration of music from Europe, Asia, the Middle East and the United States illustrated by examples of orchestral, jazz, film music, and indigenous music styles from around the globe.

9807   1p–2:50p   Mon   1227 #107   Matthew Hetz

Explore Classical Music and learn about music. For all levels. Discuss the interaction between culture, language and social events that shape the creativity of musicians. Enjoy performances by rising student performers.

MUSIC E33   Art and Music of Western Culture

9808   9a–10:50p   Tue   1227 #408   Linda Jackson

Singers and their music. Learn about major performers and how their approaches to music enhance the listening experience.

MUSIC E34   Lyric Chorus

A chorus of women’s voices singing three–part arrangements of great classics, bouncy Broadway and rollicking ragtime. Many performances in Southern California.

9809   9a–11:50a   Thu   FST PRESBYTERIAN   William Elliott

Come learn professional choral techniques. Have the fun and joy of blending your voice with others to create memorable music. Some experience is helpful. Meets in the chapel.

MUSIC E51   Piano and Theory

Students can start and proceed at their own level and pace. Learn notation and playing techniques. Knowledge of the keyboard is helpful.

9810   12:15p–2:05p   Sat   PAC 200   Iris Kaphan

Learn techniques for reading, playing, and practicing music. Being able to read music and some knowledge of the keyboard are helpful. SMC Performing Arts Center (Madison) 200. Class subject to the availability of the piano lab.

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