28) FAMOUS (AND NOT SO FAMOUS) FIRSTS

Date/Time
09/27/2021 - 11/22/2021
1:00pm

Location
Swarthmore Borough Hall

Category(ies)


SPECIAL NOTE:

Swarthmore Borough Hall is requiring all persons using the building to wear a mask, regardless of vaccination status.  Everyone taking the WSCC courses at SBH must wear a mask during every class.  If you register for this course, please bring a mask with you and be prepared to wear it during each class. 

8 weeks MONDAYS (9/27-11/22; NO class 10/4) Ÿ

Tuition: $55

Mahler’s “Fifth Brahms” Sixth, Beethoven’s Ninth, Mozart’s Forty-First – all late and great works of genius.  But how about their first symphonic endeavors, often neglected, rarely performed?  We will explore the earliest works of both famous and lesser known classical composers, and listen to the way this music influenced and led to their later works.

Instructor: Bruce Bogdanoff was a piano soloist with the Philadelphia Orchestra.  He is a writer and editor of program notes for their student concerts and a founding member of the Rose Valley Chamber Ensemble.

IN-PERSON at Swarthmore Borough Hall (Council Room), 121 Park Avenue, Swarthmore

1:00-2:30pm

ŸLimit 40

Registration

Ticket Type Price Spaces
Standard Ticket $55.00