Music and Nature: Rivers, Seas and Storms
Thu 16th Jul : 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
An event every week that begins at 2:00 pm on Thursday, repeating until Thu 23rd Jul, 2020
“A delight, an unexpected lockdown treat. Each session was varied and fascinating; Steve is clearly a talented and very knowledgeable musician and also a skilled and friendly communicator” Annie
Steve Robinson a member of our Buddhist community and also a freelance music lecturer with his own business Verdun Allen Music Foundation, offering short courses on the lives and works of famous composers and periods of musical history.
As a fundraiser for Manchester Buddhist Centre, Steve has recently offered two series of online sessions, exploring the connection between music and the natural world. These went so well that Steve has kindly offered to run the last series again. These three sessions examine how music can imitate the sounds of water, and paint vivid orchestral pictures of storms. There will be both music and discussion, on three consecutive Thursday afternoons: 9th, 16th and 23rd July, on Zoom.
How to join the sessions
There’s no need to have been to the first series, nor to attend all three sessions, although they do form a complete series. They are offered freely to all – with a suggested donation of £10 per session: £30 for the whole series, to go to Manchester Buddhist Centre. Please donate here
To join this course, or for any further details, please email Steve Robinson at firstname.lastname@example.org. Places are limited so please book in good time.