Lunch & Learn: Delight and Longing in Mozart
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Ways of Listening: The music of Mozart
In this program we focus on hearing Mozart’s greatest music more deeply and appreciating its beauty and its meanings. How does it work? What does it say? Why is it so great and so beloved? We explore these questions in a one-hour presentation using video clips of performances, animation, and live demonstrations at the piano. It is entirely non-technical
and accessible to anyone with an interest in the appreciation of great music.
Lunch will be provided.
Presented by David Stein
David Stein studied music history and music
theory at Columbia University and music therapy
at New York University. David has a degree in
Piano Performance from the New England
Conservatory of Music, where he was awarded the
Conservatory Prize in performance of modern
music. He has been playing and studying Mozart
for over 50 years.