Ensemble Music in the Baroque Era
Classical ensemble music blossomed in the Baroque era. New structures for oranizing music planted seeds for formats familiar today. New instruments, dance rhythms, emotional content and virtuoso playing added energy. Supportive environments in Italy, Germany and France spurred innovation. Video selections allow historical perspective and a comparative view of the evolution of styles over this 150-year period (1600–1750).
Michael Barndt, Ph.D.
Michael Barndt holds a B.S. from Case Institute and a Ph.D., School of Business, from Case Western Reserve University. He has 30 years of university and community teaching experience, primarily in urban policy. He currently is the classical music critic ... read more
Date: 4 Fri, Apr 16-May 7, 2021
Delivery Method: Live Online
Time: 10-11:30am CT
Instructor: Michael Barndt Ph.D.
Enrollment Limit: 300
Program Number: SPRI:163
Registration opens Tue, Jan 12, 2021.