The Master Class Series this season was filled with a wonderful diversity of experiences for the students that were involved. And any audience members who attended these classes were offered an enhanced understanding of how sound is formed and shaped through the distinct techniques that various instruments employ to communicate ideas. In fact, this was.
An artist once said that master classes create a space for students to “come to understand their place within a growing community, value differences as well as similarities, feel connected to others, accept and love their own musical traditions, and [become] empowered to change those things that should be changed and embrace new perspectives.” For.
After PCMS’ opening concert this season with Musicians from Marlboro, we received the following from a teacher who brought a group of her students for the evening. I just wanted to thank you again for the tickets to the concert last night. The students had a great time and it was a new experience for.
Last week, two Philadelphia-based quartets worked with and performed for students before and after their concerts at the American Philosophical Society. The Daedalus Quartet worked with ensembles from Temple Music Prep, discussing how risk-taking in performance is what gives life to the music. They encouraged the musicians working on Debussy’s String Quartet in G Minor (Op. 10).
Having grown over the past few decades, PCMS’ Education Program has evolved to serve audiences of all ages. Amassing nearly the same number of events as our main concert series, it supports our mission of bringing great music to all people in Philadelphia and fostering community around the shared experience. No matter their experience or.