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Our relationship to Beethoven is a deep and paradoxical one. For many musicians, he represents a kind of holy grail: His music has an intensity, rigor, and profundity which keep us in its thrall, and it is perhaps unequalled in the interpretive, technical, and even spiritual challenges it poses to performers. At the same time, Beethoven’s music is casually familiar to millions of people who do not attend concerts or consider themselves musically inclined. Two hundred years after his death, he is everywhere in the culture, yet still represents its summit. This course takes an inside-out look at the 32 piano sonatas from the point of view of a performer. Each lecture will focus on one sonata and an aspect of Beethoven’s music exemplified by it. (These might include: the relationship between Beethoven the pianist and Beethoven the composer; the critical role improvisation plays in his highly structured music; his mixing of extremely refined music with rougher elements; and the often surprising ways in which the events of his life influenced his compositional process and the character of the music he was writing.) The course will feature some analysis and historical background, but its perspective is that of a player, not a musicologist. Its main aim is to explore and demystify the work of the performer, even while embracing the eternal mystery of Beethoven’s music itself. This season's Curtis courses are sponsored by Linda Richardson in loving memory of her husband, Dr. Paul Richardson. The Dolfinger-McMahon Foundation supports Curtis's lifelong learning initiatives....

Top-Bewertungen

M
2. Juni 2020

This course and Mr. Biss' immense knowledge of Beethoven's sonatas and that era has given me a new interest in classical music. I can understand and speak about it more confidently than ever!

JR
22. Aug. 2016

Fascinating trip through the marvellous Beethoven sonatas.\n\nAlthough I love them since many years, I'm very happy to see that It's always possible to progress.\n\nMany thanks Jonathan.

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von António M d S A

26. Jan. 2017

Thank you very much.

von Percy Y

1. Nov. 2015

Exciting and Clear !

von Rafael S

20. März 2016

So far, excellent!

von Karim T R

9. Feb. 2017

Incredible class.

von wang p

12. Nov. 2015

非常好!~!!!!!!!!一定要听

von LUANA M L A

3. Sep. 2016

Great course!

von Jacob F

15. Aug. 2015

great teacher

von Beethoven

8. Feb. 2016

Inspiration!

von Ji Y

15. Aug. 2015

Pretty good!

von elizabeth c

7. Feb. 2019

Phenomenal!

von Tom M

19. Jan. 2016

Good stuff.

von Ignacio T A

18. Okt. 2016

Excellent.

von Wan Y

1. Sep. 2016

excellent!

von Kenneth J

17. Juni 2016

very good

von Dongfang S

9. Mai 2016

Super good

von Lizao L

31. Okt. 2015

Very nice.

von Rogerio A G F

28. Aug. 2015

Awesome!!!

von Leora W

23. Aug. 2015

Wonderful!

von Sebastian G

23. Aug. 2015

Awesome!

von sean f

19. Sep. 2015

thanks.

von Miguel A V

21. Aug. 2015

amazing

von Thaís F L

28. Juni 2016

great

von Peter C

10. Okt. 2016

This was an enjoyable course taught by someone who is obviously not only a superb pianist and musician but also completely in love with Beethoven's piano music. The reason for my 4-star rather than 5-star rating was that I felt the teaching would have benefited from a few visual aids as well as demonstrations at the keyboard. As Mr Biss appeared equally enthusiastic about the music of Haydn, perhaps we might look forward to 'Exploring Haydn's Piano Sonatas' in the future?

von Rob E

11. Juli 2016

The course is rich in information and I appreciated the fast pace of the professor's lectures (especially his enthusiasm and passion for the subject which I found delightfully infectious ha) - however I feel that for many people his very quick elocution was perhaps a bit of a minor hindrance for those that process information a touch slower. I definitely plan to resume this course as I enjoyed the professor's manner and passion.

von Abhijit B

1. Juli 2017

It is a beautiful course for the fans of classical music and specially for the fans of Beethoven! Prof. Jonathan is really passionate about the music of Beethoven which is evident from his style of analyzing his sonatas. Although sometimes the course becomes too technical we enjoy it once we listen to the music and understand the nuances of the composition. I thoroughly enjoyed the course and will join next course too.