Lecture 1: Variations 1-8
Lecture 2: Variations 9-15
Lecture 3: Variations 16-22
Lecture 4: Variations 23-30
Peter Medhurst appears in the UK and abroad as musician and scholar, giving recitals and delivering illustrated lectures on music and the arts. He studied composition and early keyboard instruments at the Royal College of Music in London, and singing with Erik Werba at the Mozarteum in Salzburg. He is known today for his lecture-recital work which has taken him to Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa, as well as to all the major cities in Europe. He lectures for The Arts Society, The National Trust, and The Art Fund. Peter also leads tours abroad to places like Venice, Rome, Berlin, Vienna, and Madrid, and as part of the time spent exploring these places he gives organ recitals on the historic instruments in the various cathedrals and churches.
How does it work?
This is a four-part course held weekly and hosted on Zoom. Please check the schedule above for the specific dates and times for each lecture.
Is there a reading list in advance?
Though the course is open to participants with no background on this topic, there are suggested readings for further investigation. These will be provided to participants at the course's conclusion.
How long are the lectures?
Each lecture is 90 minutes long with time included for Q&A.
How much is the course?
The course is $140 for four lectures.
Is a recording available?
Yes. If you need to miss a lecture, you will be sent a recording within 48 hours of each event's conclusion.
This conversation is suitable for all ages.
90 minutes, including a 30 minute Q&A.