Jazz and Gender


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Age: Adults (18+)
Type: Classes for Adults
Term: Spring
Term Length: 10 Weeks
Schedule: Thursdays at 7:30 pm, March 4th to April 29th
Duration: 1 Hour
Class Size: 8
Price: $330
Instructor: Sarah Elizabeth Charles & Caroline Davis

This philosophy, sociology and history class considers the unsung heroes in jazz (including women and musicians identifying as LGBTQIA+) and gender as a construct in our society. Through listening, conversation, and reflection, the 10-week introduction course will be taught by Sarah Elizabeth Charles and Caroline Davis, leaders in their profession as Jazz musicians and teaching artists. This class is open to all and no prior knowledge of Jazz is required.

Classes for Adults

Whether you are a beginner, novice or just curious about how music works, our adult course offerings are a great opportunity to expand your appreciation and knowledge of music. Each year we tailor our lecture programs to offer a variety of options that are both topical and unique. Rounding out our community of learners, we also offer courses for musicians with advanced degrees who want to explore theory and analysis. No matter what your level or experience, these classes will inspire you to take a deeper dive into the world of music and enhance your musical knowledge.

Registration Info

Do you want to register for a class? Please call 718-622-3300 to speak to one of our registrars, who will guide you through the registration process and answer any questions you might have.

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