Pick of the Day: Music Appreciation Series

Don’t know if it’s still that way or not, but when I was in unversity you could take a course in Music Appreciation to satisfy the Fine Arts requirement in the general Arts program. I opted for Art History instead. And that’s where my initial interest in the arts was piqued, leading me a decade or so later to start writing in the area.

Tonight at 7 p.m., Regina Public Library kicks off a three-part music appreciation series. All three sessions are at Central Library in the film theatre. Tonight’s session is titled Crash, Bang & All That Jazz: Music of the 20th Century.

February 27 at 7 p.m., it’s Isn’t It Romantic: Music from Beethoven to Brahms. Then on March 12, it’s Baroque & Beyond: Music of Bach, Haydn & Mozart. Pre-registration isn’t required, and more info can be had by calling 777-6120.

Author: Gregory Beatty

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3 thoughts on “Pick of the Day: Music Appreciation Series”

  1. The course of which you speak, my good fellow, doth indeed continue on (and on and on) in academe. T’is shouted with enthusiasm from the Ivory Towers and whispered with respect most reverent throughout the Hallowed Halls as … Music 100!!

  2. I coulda got a degre just listening to RUSH, Soundgarden, & Neville Marriner’s bands?
    Folk Me…

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