Art, Music & Theater

Instructor(s):
Eric Kisch
Wednesdays, September 11-October 23 (no class Oct 9)|1-3 p.m.

In life, Lenny Bernstein was larger than life: conductor, composer, teacher, social activist, celebrity, and family man (albeit troubled by personal demons and doubts). Now that celebrations marking his 100th birthday have ended, what of his legacy remains?

Instructor(s):
Jim Lane
Mondays, September 16-November 4|10 - 11:30 a.m.

Explore the life and historical setting of the man whose very name is synonymous with creativity, curiosity and inventive genius.

Instructor(s):
Jim Lane
Thursdays, September 19-November 7|10 - 11:30 a.m.

Explore the life and historical setting of the man whose very name is synonymous with creativity, curiosity and inventive genius.

Instructor(s):
Professional Staff
Tuesdays, September 24-October 29|1-2 p.m.

Using the Must CMA campaign artworks as our starting point, we’ll get familiar with thought-provoking objects in the collection. 

Instructor(s):
Professional Staff
Thursdays, September 26-October 31|1-2 p.m.

Using the Must CMA campaign artworks as our starting point, we’ll get familiar with thought-provoking objects in the collection.

 

Instructor(s):
Allison Monroe
Wednesdays, January 8-29|1:30-3:30 p.m.

If asked what instruments were played in European “classical” or “art” music, most people would think of the piano, the voice, and instruments used in the orchestra such as the violin, the oboe, or the trombone. Fewer would list the vielle, the shawm, the theorbo, or the sackbut, and yet all of these featured in music of their own times.