Music Theory Colloquium
Why Analysis? How Detailed Knowledge of the Score Can Transform Performance
Dr. Donald Watts
This session discloses certain conflicts between Beethoven's written indications in his Sonatas for Piano and Cello and the practices of many contemporary players. Detailed analysis of the score can be most effective in providing new perspective.
Founded in 2014, the CIM Music Theory Colloquium offers a series of lectures and discussions covering a wide variety of musical topics presented by distinguished scholars as well as CIM’s brightest students. Lectures are free and open to the public.
Cleveland Institute of Music
11021 East Boulevard
Cleveland, OH 44106
The main entrance on East Boulevard is open during regular business hours and accessible to concert patrons and visitors. The Hazel Drive entrance is open one hour before each concert. CIM's parking lot will be inaccessible due to construction until July, 2020. For parking options, please visit cim.edu/parking. To inquire about accessibility accommodations, please reach out to Emily Stack by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 216.791.6770.