The Harmonic Series: Musical Theory Part 1: Bob Dylan (for adults)

The Harmonic Series with Stephen Bennett: Accessible Musical Theory
Part I: Starting with Bob Dylan Saturday, September 26 4pm-7pm $10 suggested donation This class is for adults interested in learning a bit more about how music works by diving into songs they enjoy. Using songs by Bob Dylan, we will learn how to approach notated music, and practice reading along with a song. In this first class, we will be listening and discussing, with a focus on chords: what they are, what they do, and how really good musicians (aka Bob) can use them to great effect. Stephen Bennett has been writing music for theater for ten years, beginning while he was still training and working as an actor. In 2013, he produced a musical take on Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, called What You Will. He has written music for works including Highly Impractical Theatre’s Three Sisters, Linked Dance Theatre’s Freaks Don’t Cry, several productions with This is Not a Theatre Company, as well as Dominic Finocchiaro’s brut. He has composed and music directed for the West Kortright Centre’s Young People's Theater Workshops: Shakespeare in the Valley program since 2017. Stephen recently earned his master’s degree at NYU’s Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program. Sarah@westkc.org will follow up with the Zoom link in advance of the class. See our other workshops here.
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Date:

September 26

Time:

04:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Event Category:

Workshops

Event Tags:

harmonic

Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-harmonic-series-musical-theory-part-1-bob-dylan-for-adults-tickets-119199983359
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West Kortright Centre

The Harmonic Series with Stephen Bennett: Accessible Musical Theory

Part I: Starting with Bob Dylan

Saturday, September 26

4pm-7pm

$10 suggested donation

This class is for adults interested in learning a bit more about how music works by diving into songs they enjoy. Using songs by Bob Dylan, we will learn how to approach notated music, and practice reading along with a song. In this first class, we will be listening and discussing, with a focus on chords: what they are, what they do, and how really good musicians (aka Bob) can use them to great effect.

Stephen Bennett has been writing music for theater for ten years, beginning while he was still training and working as an actor. In 2013, he produced a musical take on Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, called What You Will. He has written music for works including Highly Impractical Theatre’s Three Sisters, Linked Dance Theatre’s Freaks Don’t Cry, several productions with This is Not a Theatre Company, as well as Dominic Finocchiaro’s brut. He has composed and music directed for the West Kortright Centre’s Young People’s Theater Workshops: Shakespeare in the Valley program since 2017. Stephen recently earned his master’s degree at NYU’s Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program.

Sarah@westkc.org will follow up with the Zoom link in advance of the class.

See our other workshops here.