Monday - Haydn

Joseph Haydn

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Tuesday - Brahms
The notes and video for Tuesday's programme will be posted at midnight on Monday.
Wednesday - Mahler
The notes and video for Wednesday's programme will be posted at midnight on Tuesday.
Thursday - Schoenberg
The notes and video for Thursday's programme will be posted at midnight on Wednesday.
Friday - discussion day
We are so excited to host a group discussion on Zoom to include everybody who has followed this week's programme. Please bring questions and comments! Did any particular piece of music or art move you? Did you learn something new? Have you started to listen differently as a result?

Details on when and how to join will be posted here.
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