Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Seattle Chamber Music Society - Summer Festival Preview Lecture At Northeast Library Branch

Seattle Chamber Music Society - Summer Festival Preview Lecture

The Northeast branch of the Seattle Public Library (6801 35th Avenue NE) is having an event called "Seattle Chamber Music Society - Summer Festival Preview Lecture" tonight from 6:30-7:30pm 

The information says:

Tonight attend a preview lecture on the chamber music of Beethoven, which will be featured in the upcoming Summer Festival.  This multi-media presentation will explore the chamber music works of Ludwig van Beethoven featured at Seattle Chamber Music Society’s 2015 Summer Festival (July 6 – August 1). Beethoven is often called the most important composer of Classical music and throughout his life his music evolved.

In the presentation we’ll use his symphonies as a guide post to investigate his early, middle, and late periods, showing how his musical values evolved in his Chamber Music. This presentation will examine the history and musical impact of these pieces through recorded musical examples and informal presentation by SCMS staff members Jeremy Jolley, Director of Education Programs, and Seneca Garber, Director of Marketing.

For more information go here or call the Northeast Branch 206-684-7539.

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