Enhance your enjoyment of great music with Symphony Nova Scotia’s free new “Symphony 101” classes! Learn about music, orchestras, composers, and more in a relaxed, accessible format at the new Halifax Central Library. Classes will be led by Adrian Hoffman, a Dalhousie University instructor and former CBC Radio host. Each class will also feature Symphony Nova Scotia musicians, who will give up close and personal perspectives on their instruments and their roles as professional musicians. All classes are one hour long, and free of charge for all ages.
The next class is titled “What is an Orchestra?” How did the modern symphony orchestra become what it is today? How does a composer use it? Why do composers use certain instruments? This session will feature special guests Dominic Desautels, clarinet and David Parker, horn
SYMPHONY 101:What is an Orchestra? Details
When: Sunday, April 26, 2015 at 2:00pm
Where: Halifax Central Library
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