Sondheim: A Seminar In Sound (1961-1971)

Join us for the first masterclass of its kind to combine analysis and performance. In Week 1, actors meet and work with TheoryWorks coach and conductor Adam Roberts to discuss Sondheim's early work; and in Week 2, meet again to see how their analysis informs their performances.
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Sondheim: A Seminar In Sound (1961-1971)

Time & Location

Jan 19, 7:00 PM EST – Jan 26, 9:30 PM EST
Online Masterclass

About the Event

Stephen Sondheim’s compositional sound underwent a massive transformation in the decade following A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. Bridging Golden Age formal sensibilities in Forum, and later satirical pastiche in Follies, Sondheim’s early scores challenged both traditional theatre-goers and performers alike.

Music theory is normally reserved for the classroom. But here, we're creating a space where actors can use the power of their analysis to inform their performances. 

Week 1: Class Analysis and Discussion 

Week 2: Individual Performances (observers invited to attend)

Join conductor, musical director, and music theorist Adam Roberts and TheoryWorks founder Amy Marie Stewart for the first installment of our new online masterclass series.

Schedule


  • 2 hours 30 minutes

    Class 1: Group Analysis and Discussion


  • 2 hours 30 minutes

    Class 2: Performances

Tickets
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  • Performers: 1/19 & 1/26
    $110
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  • Observers: 1/26 ONLY
    $10
    +$0.25 Service fee
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