Do you love music? So many of us do, including father and son duo, Glenn and Dave Anderson. The Anderson men are both experienced musicians, Glenn throughout school, in the Army and as an avid patron of the arts and Dave as a professional bass player working with Art Garfunkel, Smokey Robinson and many others. Father and son have enjoyed a long history of listening to and talking about music together…this fall these fascinating listening sessions are coming to the Center as “Music – All Kinds.”
Twice monthly classes will appeal to music lovers of all kinds…listening to quality recordings, exploring the music and participating in music discussion. The sessions are eclectic, covering classical and jazz, singers from the world of popular music, Broadway and opera, orchestras and pianists from Fats Waller to Bill Evans to Chopin and Gershwin. The class has themed topics, e.g. Local Boy Makes Good about Leroy Anderson or What Time is it? featuring a variety of rhythmic selections such as marches and waltzes and less common time signatures from Brubeck and Tchaikovsky. Some listening selections will be familiar, but the class will also include some lesser known works to stretch our musical imaginations. Engage your musical curiosity. Be there!
Call the Senior Center to register: (203) 263-2828