Beethoven at 250 study morning online via Zoom

05/07/2021
10:00to13:00



For The Arts Society Essex Area I’m talking about Ludwig van Beethoven, Classical Music’s Greatest Revolutionary – the 250th anniversary of his birth fell last December. The event takes place on Zoom over two one-hour sessions, with a Q&A afterwards, ending by lunchtime. It would be great to have your company; all are welcome to attend, and the cost is £10. Contact megan.bashir@gmail.com to register interest and to reserve a place.

Listening Club Core Classical

11/01/2021
11:00to12:00
18/01/2021
11:00to12:00
25/01/2021
11:00to12:00
01/02/2021
11:00to12:00
08/02/2021
11:00to12:00



Join us for this new series of live weekly sessions over Zoom, or catch up later on Youtube:

New series announced for the New Year: Core Classical examines great works by Haydn, Mozart and early Beethoven, and the formation of the Classical style.Listening Club Core Classical runs on Monday mornings at 11am from 4th January to 8th February 2021 inclusive. It’s a series of sixty-minute sessions on Zoom – attendees can either join live or catch up later in their own time.

www.sandyburnett.com/listeningclub

Classic Discovery at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama

05/03/2011
14:30to16:30



The second of two sessions with the Junior Orchestra of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. As conductor and educator, I’m leading the young Guildhall players in a hands-on workshop, as part of my Classic Discovery programme. The subject of this session is Mahler’s Symphony no 1.

Classic Discovery at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama

26/02/2011
14:30to16:30



The first of two sessions with the Junior Orchestra of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. As conductor and educator, I’m leading the young Guildhall players in a hands-on workshop, as part of my Classic Discovery programme. Our subject: the background to Mahler’s Symphony no 1 – “German Romantic music and symphonies that tell a story”