(Introduction to Music Theory – Barbican Library online event)

Have you always wondered what the dots mean? Mystified by time signatures? Starting from the beginning, we’ll explore the basic concepts of written music: pitch, rhythm, metre and tonality. Join Jordan Theis for a free interactive online class on Monday 26 April at 6pm, and you will be reading music in just an hour!

Suitable for all beginners and those who may have had music lessons in the past but need a reminder! No instruments necessary. Computer mic ideal but not essential.

Jordan Theis is Music Director of The Museum Singers, Youth Choirs at St. Luke’s Battersea, Community Choir at St. Botolph without Aldgate and The Friends’ Musick. He is an experienced educator, working with people of different ages. He has an MMus in musicology and ethnomusicology from King’s College London.

This is an online event, held on Zoom, facilitated by Barbican Library. Specific details on how to attend will be emailed to attendees after they register. Go to https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/learn-to … 8904199469 to reserve a free ticket.

Barbican Library
Barbican Centre
Silk Street

Enquiries: 0207 638 0569
Music: 0207 638 0672
Children’s: 0207 628 9447

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