Music Appreciation for Adults now enrolling

Music Appreciation for Adults consists of eight lectures with active listening. While the course provides basic information about the history of music and points to other resources for further study, it is primarily about listening: how to listen, what to listen for, and how listening to great music enriches us.

  • Thursdays, 6 to 7 p.m.
  • March 1 through April 26, eight-week session
  • Tuition: $192; with 80 percent tuition remission for eligible faculty and staff: $38.40

Group classes at the Preparatory are also covered by 80 percent tuition remission for eligible faculty/staff; individual lessons by 25 percent. Additional benefits can be applied to lessons and classes for spouses, domestic partners, and children.

Spring semester began yesterday, Monday, Jan. 22. It's not too late to sign up!

Classes for adults include dance, chamber music, community chorus, computer music, guitar, harp, jazz ensemble, music theory, strings, voice, and play-ins. See the online catalog for a full list of the courses available this semester.

For more information on the Preparatory's adult and continuing education courses and to register, visit the Adult and Continuing Education website.