FAU Lifelong Learning Society, Jupiter
Joe Scott
LLS Jupiter Distinguished Faculty Award 2008 
 

Music Appreciation

Joe Scott, recipient of the LLS Faculty of the Year Award in 2008, holds a master’s degree in music theory and composition from Manhattan School of Music. He is a professional jazz pianist, arranger and orchestrator.

At the Piano Bar with the Music of Richard Rodgers
Wine and Wisdom

Lifelong Learning Jupiter is proud to present the next chapter in our lecture series, Wine and Wisdom. These special one-time lectures are limited to 40 students to create a more intimate classroom environment, focus more on conversation and interaction and give students greater access to LLS instructors.

Joe will perform and discuss the music of Richard Rodgers as well as comment on the nuances of piano performance. The atmosphere will capture the essence of a piano lounge as students are seated around the piano in an intimate setting.

Lecture # F1M3
SOLD OUT
  Place:Lifelong Learning Complex, Jupiter Campus
  Dates:Monday, November 3, 2014
  Time:4:00 – 5:30 p.m.
  Fee:$30 / member; $40 / non-member
The Many Styles of Frank Sinatra
The Genius of his Arrangers and Orchestrators

Sinatra’s success as an iconic recording artist cannot be separated from the contributions and creativity of the arrangements of Nelson Riddle, Don Costa, and many others. Sinatra as we know him would not be Sinatra without them. They are the essence of his recordings and performances. He never ceased to acknowledge them during his live performances.

This class will explain the subtleties of the craft of arranging and orchestrating as it pertains to Sinatra.

Lecture # F1W5
Register early! There is a $5 charge for registering on the day of a One-Time Lecture or Event.
  Place:Lifelong Learning Complex, Jupiter Campus
  Dates:Wednesday, December 3, 2014
  Time:7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
  Fee:$25 / member; $35 / non-member
Hair: The Musical

“Hair,” a product of the hippie counter-culture, sexual revolution of the ’60s and the anti-Vietnam War peace movement, opened on Broadway in 1968. It stunned audiences and created controversy with its use and depiction of nudity, extreme profanity, illegal drugs, perverse sexuality and irreverence for the American flag. It is the product of a fascinating history of creation, ultimately culminating in a work both famous and infamous, performed and embraced by audiences throughout the Western world.

This class will explain its history and provide insight into the musical compositions, lyrics and the overall meaning of the play.

Please note: Some of the language and depictions of sex, drugs, patriotism and racism shown and heard in class may be considered by some to be highly offensive.

Lecture # W1T4
Register early! There is a $5 charge for registering on the day of a One-Time Lecture or Event.
  Place:Lifelong Learning Complex, Jupiter Campus
  Dates:Tuesday, February 24, 2015
  Time:7–8:30 p.m.
  Fee:$25/member; $35/non-member
An Evening of the Music of Burt Bacharach

The music of this American songwriter stands out as a unique departure from the traditional music of the American Songbook. His music is easily identifiable, mostly because his process of composing was guided by his vision of the song’s ultimate arrangement for its recording and performance. Most are tied to the rhythmic feel of the piano accompaniments he creates.

This class will bring to the listener an overview of his career, as well as an understanding of the construction and arrangements of his most popular compositions.

Lecture # W1R0
Register early! There is a $5 charge for registering on the day of a One-Time Lecture or Event.
  Place:Lifelong Learning Complex, Jupiter Campus
  Dates:Thursday, March 5, 2015
  Time:7–8:30 p.m.
  Fee:$25/member; $35/non-member