Fresh Look: The Symphony Exposed
NEW Adult Education Classes at Walnut Creek Library
What does the conductor do besides wave the baton?
What is a clarinetist and where do they sit in the orchestra?
Why do the violins sit half on the left and half on the right? (Except when they don't..?)
Led by instructor Scott Fogelsong Fresh Look: The Symphony Exposed was hailed as an unqualified success toward adult music education. Attendees found answers to these questions and more in Fresh Look: The Symphony Exposed, a fun and stimulating journey through classical music. Offered in English and with live Spanish translation, this introductory course will unlock mysteries and insider secrets to enhance your enjoyment of all kinds of orchestra music. The inaugural session in Summer 2018 was oversold. To be added to the wait-list for 2019, sign up by clicking the "LEARN MORE" button below.
This program is supported by a generous grant from the American Orchestras' Futures Fund, a program of the League of American Orchestras made possible by Ann & Gordon Getty Foundation.
Hosted by the Walnut Creek Library Foundation.