Music: Composers of Remarkable Music Unjustly Unsung

Class Details

These weekly talks are focused on underappreciated composers and their contributions to music, focusing on biographical and historical details as well as their orchestral music. Over a period of a few hundred years, only a small number of Western classical composers have made it to the musical “mainstream”. Hundreds of accomplished composers whose works rival those of Bach, Chopin, Ravel or Dvorak or took a new direction in music, have fallen through the cracks of time, known only within their home countries or considered mere footnotes in musical history.

Class Co-ordinators

Howard Shelter

Frequency & Time

Weekly on Monday, 14.00 - 15.05


Room 1.33