Introduction to Music History: Medieval Period Class | Amphy
Introduction to Music History: Medieval Period with Kristine D | Amphy

Introduction to Music History: Medieval Period

In this 7-week online music class, students will explore music from the medieval period on topics such as music in antiquity, the scriptorum, chants, early polyphony, and the ars nova.


What you'll learn

WEEK 1 INTRODUCTION
WEEK 2 MUSIC IN ANTIQUITY: GREECE AND ROME
WEEK 3 THE SCRIPTORIUM: MUSIC MANUSCRIPTS
WEEK 4 ROMAN LITURGY AND CHANT: GENRES AND FORMS OF CHANT
WEEK 5 EARLY POLYPHONY: ORGANUM; MODAL NOTATION 
WEEK 6 THE ARS NOVA
WEEK 7 FINAL PROJECTS

This class is perfect for

Ages 10-14

Your Teacher

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An international artist and teacher, Kristine D has performed in Europe, Asia, and the Americas. A passionate educator, she has taught masterclasses in Armenia, Cyprus, Thailand, Perú, and Poland. Kristine served as Visiting Professor at the University of Saint Joseph - Faculty of Creative Industries in Macau, China in 2018. Kristine has been a part of several socio-cultural and educational projects that include the Philharmonie de Paris-Project DEMOS, Conservatoire de Montargis (Orchestre á l'école), and the Minnesota Project Opera. Recent student accomplishments include winning the 'Premio de Plato' on Examen Naciónal de Español, high placement in both music and language courses, merits and distinguished achievements in the ABRSM music theory exams, and recent acceptance to the San José Youth Symphony and Minnesota Youth Symphonies. Her students also are gaining recognition in international music competitions.

How to participate

Simply click the link in your confirmation email to join the video call.
Note: Be sure to download Zoom for free on a desktop or mobile device before your scheduled class.