Through the centuries, concertos have been the platform for virtuosos to thrill audiences. In the first installment of this series, Alan Chapman traced the development and structure of the concerto from its beginnings up to the works of Mozart. Now, Chapman brings Beethoven and his successors center stage with many musical examples and vibrant visuals.
These music appreciation courses are designed for all audiences, from those who know very little about classical music to those who are lifelong listeners. Choose one or more classes, each of which explores a variety of topics illustrated with musical examples from the LA Phil’s season, plus vibrant visuals and a lively Q&A. See all upcoming Music 101 events and learn more, here.
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