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Dr. Robert Greenberg
60 minutes, Ages 10+
Free of charge, registration required
Following last year’s successful debut of “Listening with Bob,” Master Players Music
Historian-in-Residence Dr. Robert Greenberg returns to your screens in a webinar that
explores the stories of great composers and their masterpieces one week before they
are performed on our stage. With the help of Master Players Director Xiang Gao and
our new Music Historian-in-Residence, the world renowned Dr. Robert Greenberg of
The Great Courses, the audience will develop a deeper connection to classical music
Dr. Greenberg will then return to host our Xiang Gao & Friends event in person on
Saturday, April 29, continuing the engaging conversation and enhancing the live concert
experience for our audience. This event is underwritten by Karen & Michael Luck.
"The Elvis of music history and appreciation." – Bangor (Maine) Daily News
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