DAYTIME LECTURE PERFORMANCE

The Daytime Lecture Performance series features lecture recitals by TBMS faculty members. The free event series is open to the public, and all music lovers are welcome to attend!

Each event combines brief, themed performances with an informative lecture on a specific musical topic. The series encourages music appreciation, offering attendees in-depth knowledge about different musical genres, composers, and cultural traditions.

Lectures are held on Thursdays from 1:30-2:30pm in the Richmond Room, followed by a juice and cookies reception.

Upcoming Daytime Lecture Performances:

June 2nd: Trumpeter Julie Desbordes performs and discusses the unique “Art of Brass”.

June 9th: Explore the vast history and varied musical styles of the guitar as Turtle Bay Faculty Members Sean Satin, Douglas Bradford, and Tim Basom perform and discuss “Guitar Throughout the Ages”.

June 16th: Turtle Bay Orchestra Director Julie Desbordes brings audiences behind the scenes for an interactive peek into “The World of Conducting”.

June 23rd: Violinist Jacqueline Jove and Audrey Abela explore the relationship between Romantic composers and contemporaries Brahms and Schumann, with performances of Brahm’s G Major Sonata and Schumann’s A minor sonata.

June 30th: Violinist Allison McNeal presents “The Violin: Decoded”, an in-depth look at the mechanics of the instrument and its many capabilities, as revealed through the works of its most celebrated composers.

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