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Exploring Beethoven's Piano Sonatas Part 3, Curtis Institute of Music

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About this Course

Welcome to Part 3 of Exploring Beethoven's Piano Sonatas! I'm delighted to launch another set of new lectures of this course as Part 3. As before, this class is meant for people of all levels of experience with Beethoven's music (including no experience at all!). Remember that you are able to watch the lectures as many times as you like, at whatever pace is comfortable for you. As I’ve done with the first two sets of Beethoven lectures, I look forward to meeting with students—online and in person, in various cities. The dates and locations will be posted in the Announcements and Events section, as part of the course content. So please remember to check back there for details. In these four new lectures, we will explore the following sonatas: • Sonata Op. 10, No. 1 • Sonata Op. 22 • Sonata Op. 31, No. 2 • Sonata Opp. 78, 79, 81a The Dolfinger-McMahon Foundation supports Curtis’s lifelong learning initiatives....
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16 Reviews

By Robin Penea

Nov 22, 2018

Jonathan is just stellar in the way he conveys his passion and deep insight into Beethoven's mind. I enjoyed so much this course, I would take any other course that Jonathan produces without blinking. A millions thanks !

By joseclon

Oct 25, 2018

I want to thank Mr. Biss and Curtis Institute for this great course.

By Luis Weinstein

Jun 07, 2018

Always a pleasure to share, delightful

By Weixiang Xu

Jun 07, 2018

Fantastic lecturer, very good analysis on the pieces.

By Robert Sandor

May 07, 2018

Jonathan is awesome! Thank you Thank you Thank you!!!

By Barend

Apr 12, 2018

Like part 1 and 2, this deep insights in Beethoven's Piano Sonatas by Jonathan Biss, and the way how he explains them, is all of superb quality

By Harry Kamer

Mar 24, 2018

Highest Quality in lecture and understanding of Beethoven sonatas.

By Samuel Folkes

Mar 04, 2018

I'd watch anything with Jonathan Biss.

Some of Bach's music? Mozart? Chopin?

Anything piano related would be great

By Roberto Sans

Mar 03, 2018

Great little course to delve into the fascinating world of Beethoven´s music, by the hand of one of the best experts in the field.

By Joy Smith

Mar 02, 2018

instructor's ability to just sit down and play whatever bit of Beethoven he wants is impressive. Very, very knowledgeable. Like to see him give classes on other classical composers. One thing: hate the beard.