Learn about the lives and works of composers representing different historical periods and world cultures. Deepen your connection with music, build musicality, and become better performers while connecting with other students and building important life skills. Discover how important composers have changed the course of music, how music has evolved and influenced other styles, and how to use your knowledge of music history to become a better musician and performer.
When: 12 Saturdays in the spring and fall semesters. This class is 60 minutes long.
Format: Hybrid setting (in person and online)
Tuition: $400 per semester. Need-based tuition assistance is available to families that qualify.
- Students must have a diagnosed disability.
- No previous musical experience is necessary.
- Students must be able to participate effectively in lessons or classes, and maintain an environment that is safe for themselves and others.
COVID-19 Policy for On-Campus Instruction
Masking is optional when in the buildings.
Watch a slide presentation about the class created by our instructors Nadia Castagna Morin, Marlene Markard, Xue Liu, and Miles Wilcox.