Sun, Feb 26|
Music Appreciation: The Classical Period
A walk into the world of music to learn something new or refresh in a world of creativity, personalities, history and sound.
Time & Location
Feb 26, 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM EST
Edinboro, 130 Meadville St, Edinboro, PA 16412, USA
About the event
Suggested minimum contribution is $10 per session. Your RSVP allows us to be prepared and also to notify you in case there is any changes to the schedule.
Music Appreciation is a unique way to not only appreciate music through the centuries, but to also to learn different points of view. Music appriciation has been linked to greater compassion, curiosity, and even confidence in one's own unique expression. Join us at Unity in Edinboro in a winter Music Appreciation series suitable for teens and adults. Come for the whole series, or jump in on a topic you would like to explore. Each hour is a mix of discussion and listening with Andrew Sipple.
Andrew Sipple received a B.A. in Music from Allegheny College in 2015. He starting taking piano lessons as a child, continued throughout high school, and focused on the instrument during his undergraduate years. He has performed solo and chamber works in recital, and his culminating experience was a concerto performance with the college orchestra. He also sang bass and tenor in the chorus, as well as dabbled in composition, cello, and percussion. He is a passionate fan of classical music with a special fondness for the styles and genres of the eighteenth century. He has performed for services at numerous local churches and given piano lessons to students of all ages. Presently is is the pianist for Unity in Edinboro at 11AM Sunday Gatherings and is the Education Director at Goodell Gardens and also holds a Masters Degree in Enviornmental Education.
January 15: Elements of Music - Rhythm and Meter
January 22: Elements of Music - Melody, Counterpoint, Harmony, and Texture
January 29: Elements of Music - Timbre and Form
February 5: Styles Survey - The Middle Ages
February 12: Styles Survey - The Renaissance
February 19: Styles Survey - The Baroque Period
February 26: Styles Survey - The Classical Period
March 5: Styles Survey - The The Romantic Period
March 12: Styles Survey - The Early Twentieth Century
March 19: Styles Survey - The Avant-Garde and Minimalism
March 26: Styles Survey - Popular Music