The functions of songs in Shakespeare’s plays
With music such an integral part of Renaissance life, it is not surprising to find a wide variety of songs in Shakespeare’s plays, from rowdy sing-alongs to more incisive works underscoring specific themes and situations. This seminar will offer a selection of the various kinds and relate them to the music of the times.
Giordano Dall’Armellina, author, musician and singer
The seminars are free of charge
British Council, Soggetto accreditato dal MIUR per la formazione del personale della scuola ai sensi della Direttiva 170 del 21/3/2016, articolo1, comma 5
BRITISH COUNCIL, Via Manzoni 38, 20121 Milano