Join the Lakeland Family on Tuesday evenings to learn a little more about music. Appropriate for all ages from beginner to advanced, and even parents of musicians!
Please RSVP to any you would be interested in, so we can send out any supplementary materials each week.
6/15 Justin Rosin: The Compositional Process: Music Theory and Technology for Film/Video Game Scoring
Composer Justin Rosin will speak about the process of composing music for movies and video games.
6/22 Robert Radcliffe: Beethoven Bop
Did you know Beethoven wrote his 3rd symphony during a pandemic? An exploration of Beethoven’s greatest pieces through the eyes of a violinist.
6/29 Rachel Noyes: Why Do We Love to Play Chamber Music?
Discover your own “personal” voice and how it differs from orchestral playing!
7/6 Terrence Thornhill: Representation
Mr. Thornhill will speak about historically excluded artists and how are helping to create a more equitable classical music scene we see and hear today.
7/13 Theresa Kemp: Kahoot Night!
Game Night! Join us for an LYS Trivia Night – Kahoot Style! Enjoy a fun, relaxed session and test your music knowledge with your friends! Mrs. Kemp (Lakeland Philharmonic) will be hosting VIA zoom! There will be prizes for 1st and 2nd place!
7/20 Peter Ngqibs: Classical To Pop
Peter Ngqibs is a South African songwriter and organist who will take us on a journey about his composition and recording process.