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A History of Western Music - Part 3

Emotional Resonances
Tuesday, April 17, 2018 - 7:00pm (Phoenix)

Arizona Opera's Director of Education hosts part three of a four-session class to discuss the history of western music and how it expresses the world throughout the ages.

Western music is an integral part of our culture, but rarely do we take the time to learn about how motets, symphonies, operas, nocturnes, musicals and more came to be. In this four-part series, join Joshua Borths, Director of Education at Arizona Opera, on a journey from the music of ancient Greece to the songs of today. Celebrate the sounds of the past, and what they reveal about the world we live in right now.

Part 3: Emotional Resonances. 

Romantic music is arguably the most beloved of all eras in classical music. Learn how the Romantics rebelled against their forefathers and created the canon of classical music as we know it today.

Part 1: Sacred Beginnings? »
Part 2: Secular Explosions »
Part 3: Emotional Resonances »
Part 4: Modern Extremes »

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