Russian Romanticism
6 Sep 18.00

Learn more about classical music in the series of lectures entitled Classical curiosities. This Tuesday we delve deep into Russian Romanticism - the famous era that produced composers such as Tchaikovsky, Medtner, Scriabin, Mussorgsky and Glazunov.

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One-hit wonders
18 Oct 18.00

Learn more about classical music in the series of lectures entitled Classical curiosities. This time the spotlight falls on those poor souls who became known for only one piece of music - Pachelbel, Fibich and Raff.

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Nielsen and other Danes
22 Nov 18.00

Learn more about classical music in the series of lectures entitled Classical curiosities. This time we take a trip across the strait to Denmark to get to know Carl Nielsen, but also Langgaard, Vagn Holmboe and Per Nörgård.

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Water
7 Feb 18.00

Learn more about classical music in the series of lectures entitled Classical curiosities. This tuesday the theme  is water. Debussy created salt-sprinkled waves and snow, and Liszt and Ravel conjured images of sprinkling fountains.

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Music and Spirituality
21 Mar 18.00

Learn more about classical music in the series of lectures entitled Classical curiosities. This tuesday we trace the path of music to spiritual worlds, from the ascension of Handel’s Messiah to Stravinsky’s psalms and the Catholic Bruckner’s symphonic tributes to God.

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Ravel’s Blues and Other Overlapping Genres
9 May 18.00

Learn more about classical music in the series of lectures entitled Classical curiosities. This Tuesday we explore music that has ”run away from home”: jazz star Wynton Marsalis’ Violin Concerto, Ravel’s Blues and Marc-Anthony Turnage’s Blood on the Floor.

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