Join LearningLife for the Hoidays

Join LearningLife and musicologist and pianist Dr. Daniel Freeman to celebrate the holidays this year. Dr. Freeman has taught internationally, as well as at the University of Minnesota and the Smithsonian Intitution, and is considered the world's leading historian in the field of 18th-century Czech music.

Upcoming courses taught by Dr. Freeman include:

Handel's Messiah 

A musical rite of the holiday season, Handel’s Messiah is one of the best-loved sacred compositions ever written. First performed in 1742, the Baroque-era oratorio is the most frequently performed choral work in the world. Join us to indulge in what continues to draw and awe listeners more than 250 years after the composer’s death.

Date: December 5
Time: 1−4 p.m.
Location: St. Paul Campus
Cost: $70

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Puccini's Tosca 

Replete with love, deceit, honor, sumptuous music, and unforgettable arias, Puccini’s Tosca gave posterity one of the last great examples of the lush, sentimental style of Italian operatic music that dominated the 19th century. Offered in cooperation with the Minnesota Opera.

Date: March 12 & 19
Time: 9−11 a.m.
Location: St. Paul Campus
Cost: $85

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