The 18th century was an era of great musical minds such as Bach, Vivaldi and Haydn, all of them bringing something unique to the world of music. This talk will focus on two geniuses and rebels, Beethoven and Mozart.
Ahead of their time, they left a remarkable legacy despite the challenges of their environment and their lives. More than just an historical journey, we will embark on a philosophical one, inspiring ourselves from their examples.
“Beethoven said that it's better to hit the wrong note confidently, than hit the right note unconfidently. Never be afraid to be wrong or to embarrass yourself; we are all students in this life, and there is always something more to learn.” -- Mike Norton