The Life and Music of Igor Stravinsky

Join us at the Carnegie Library to learn about the life of composer Igor Stravinsky and the impact his work has had on music history.

Intended for ages 14+. No registration required.

Presented by: Dania Lee Cleveland, BFA

The Life and Influence of Ludwig Van Beethoven

Why is Beethoven considered one of the greatest composers in modern history? What was his life really like? And what makes his music so timeless and special?

Join us at the Carnegie auditorium for this continuation of the Music Education Series hosted by Dania Lee Cleveland, BFA as she answers these questions and more.

Intended for ages 14+.

From Mesopotamia to Modernism: Western Music History

Is it possible to learn about thousands of years of music history in 2 hours? Absolutely!

Join Dania Cleveland, BFA for an accessible (and most importantly, interesting!) overview of the history of Western Music, and how it all connects from ancient civilizations to modern day.

Whether you’re just curious about the history of music or you’re interested in learning some basic music theory, there’s something for everyone.

This event will take place on January 17, 5-7 PM at the Carnegie Library. Intended for ages 12+.

From Mesopotamia to Modernism: Western Music History

Is it possible to learn about thousands of years of music history in 90 minutes? Absolutely!

Join Dania Cleveland, BFA for an accessible (and most importantly, interesting!) overview of the history of Western Music, and how it all connects from ancient civilizations to modern day.

Whether you’re just curious about the history of music or you’re interested in learning some basic music theory, there’s something for everyone.

This event will take place on November 2, 5-6:30 PM at the Carnegie Library. Intended for ages 12+.