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------ SFVSO EDUCATION OUTREACH PROGRAM ------ .... All Classes Taught by Maestro Domine ....

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Class #7202.301 through City of Calabasas -- Adventures in Music Tuesdays June 14 to August 2, 2022, 1:00pm to 2:30pm

Maestro James Domine, conductor of the SFV Symphony Orchestra, brings his unique insights to a general historical survey of the development of classical music. The main style periods are explored in chronological order, which involves listening examples, discussion of the repertoire, and the composers and genres associated with each. (8 classes)

For further information and registration information, go to: Class Details

Class #10315 Through Pierce College – The Outstanding Male Vocal Performers of American Popular Music Mondays and Wednesdays 1pm-3pm June 13 to August 1, 2022

The class, in an investigative excursion, will trace the careers and contributions of important individual conductors of symphony orchestras in the 20th century, focusing on American symphony orchestras. Some of these will include Leonard Bernstein, Seiji Ozawa, George Szell, Zubin Mehta, Ricardo Muti, and many others. Often conductors specialize in certain musical styles and genres. Appropriately selected examples from the repertoire will demonstrate the characteristic predilections and interpretations that individual conductors bring to their performances on the concert stage and how these influence the development of the repertoire.  Instructor: James Domine  (No Class on July 4)

For further information and registration information, go to: https://community.piercecollege.edu/encore/2022_Summer_noncredit_schedule.asp

Class #14314 Through Pierce College – Most Important 20th Century Conductors of Symphonic Tradition Tuesdays and Thursdays 1pm-3pm June 14 to August 4, 2022

The class, in an investigative excursion, will trace the careers and contributions of important individual conductors of symphony orchestras in the 20th century, focusing on American symphony orchestras. Some of these will include Leonard Bernstein, Seiji Ozawa, George Szell, Zubin Mehta, Ricardo Muti, and many others. Often conductors specialize in certain musical styles and genres. Appropriately selected examples from the repertoire will demonstrate the characteristic predilections and interpretations that individual conductors bring to their performances on the concert stage and how these influence the development of the repertoire.  Instructor: James Domine

For further information and registration information, go to: https://community.piercecollege.edu/encore/2022_Summer_noncredit_schedule.asp

--Some of our past classes are listed below--

Class #7202.201 through City of Calabasas -- American Popular Music Tuesdays April 5 to May 31, 2022, 1:00pm to 2:30pm

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