Nicholas Mcgegan

Classical Era Winds From Europe to the American Colonies

A Free In-School Program

Offered During the Week of November 13, 2013

Students learn about the historic woodwinds

A wind ensemble including two clarinets, two horns, and bassoon will perform Harmoniemusik—secular music of the classical period that won popularity first in Europe and later in colonial America. This program is highly recommended for history classes as well as for music classes. Students will have the opportunity to learn how this type of music won favor internationally in a pre-electronic era. Performers will share their personal histories and experiences learning to maintain and perform on historic wind instruments. They will encourage young musicians and scholars, and provide insight into what it’s like to make a living in the music business. APPLY BELOW for the In-School Program Classical Era Winds: From Europe to the Colonies.

Horn player RJ Kelley works with students

Application Deadline: October 30, 2013

Teachers are encouraged to coordinate with their school colleagues and with neighboring schools to bring interested students to hear this In-School Program. For questions about the In-School Program Application, please contact Director of Education, Lisa Grodin by phone at (415) 252-1288 ext. 316 or e-mail at