Posted by: uclaextensionmusic | October 9, 2009

FREE Music Colloquium at the Skirball

Neal Stulberg

Neal Stulberg

Join the PLATO Society of UCLA for a Music Colloquium with the Director of Orchestral Studies at UCLA and acclaimed conductor, Neal Stulberg.

The lecture and discussion will focus on such thought-provoking questions as:

  • Can music survive in a visual world?
  • What is the future of live musical performance in an age of recordings?
  • Does new music have to alienate audiences?
  • Is there a future for today’s music school’s graduates?

Details for the colloquium are as follows:
Date: October 15, 2009
Location: Skirball Cultural Center
Refreshments are served at 12:45pm, followed by the presentation in the auditorium at 1:30pm, and then questions and answers until adjournment at 2:45pm.
RSVP: (310) 794-0231 or platoevent@gmail.com

As a graduate of the UCLA Music Department and an alumnus of the UCLA Orchestra, I can say first hand that Mr. Stulberg is an extremely knowledgeable musicologist and will no doubt deliver an engaging presentation of the topics above. This will be a fantastic way to spend an afternoon for any music aficionado!

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