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Current Classes - information and registration

    • 18 Jun 2018
    • 16 Jul 2018
    • 5 sessions
    • MV Sonoran
    • 19
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    18-203 GREAT CONDUCTORS THEN AND NOW IN CONCERT AND REHEARSAL
    Punch Howarth, Mondays, 1:00-2:30 pm
    Sonoran Room, 6/18, 6/25, 7/2, 7/9, 7/16

    This class will show participants various performances of renowned, world-class symphonic conductors leading great orchestras. Sessions will maximize the visual experience and will include living and deceased artists. Some selections could also include famous soloists.

    Class members will be encouraged to ask questions, give general comments and/or critique performances. No previous musical experience is necessary--just a desire to experience great music performed by those with outstanding talent.

    The instructor will demonstrate the basic techniques of conducting.

    • 21 Jun 2018
    • 19 Jul 2018
    • 5 sessions
    • Cactus, Saguaro, West & East Ballroom
    • 8
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    18-204 A BRIEF HISTORY OF AVIATION IN U.S. (1890-2018)

    Chuck Stump, 1-3 pm
    Thursday, 6/21, Cactus Room; Wednesday, 6/27, Saguaro Room; Thursday,
    7/5, Cactus Room; Thursday, 7/12, Ballroom West; Thursday, 7/19, Ballroom East

    This class will look at how aviation began in the US, based on earlier “flying experiences” in history. The sessions will include non-powered flight, powered flight, aircraft in warfare, development of general aviation (private and business), and commercial aviation.

    Charles (Chuck) Stump, M.A., has been a general aviation private pilot since 1985 and has accumulated over 850 hours of flight time. He was a volunteer at the Kansas Aviation Museum In Wichita, Kansas, where he taught fundamentals of flight to young people, and is currently a volunteer at the Pima Air and Space Museum in Tucson.

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