Inside Glimpse of “Beethoven in Isolation” Webinar

If you’re already a member of Faber Technique & Artistry Online, you are well aware of the webinars we’ve been offering since last week. Here’s some feedback we received from members who were able to participate:

“Thank You Randall, really enjoying this! Feel like I’m back in college.”
“Thank you for opening our minds to Beethoven’s genius.”
“This is really needed, enjoy it very much!!”

What do we love about the series? Spending time together with you–teachers and students! There are opportunities for live discussion with Randall Faber, as several members are invited to come on live video or audio by simply “raising their hand” in the Zoom app. You can chat with other attendees in real time, or pose written questions through a Q&A feature.

It’s been fun, comforting, and rewarding thus far. So sign up at while there’s still a chance to participate live. Memberships are complimentary through June 30 as we support teachers during this time. Our next classes are this Wednesday and Friday.

Recorded Sessions:

Watch only at Musical Form in the “Pathétique” Adagio
Watch above: Melody & Harmony in the “Pathétique” Adagio

Upcoming Live Sessions:

Wednesday, April 22 @ 11:30: Variation in the “Pathétique” Adagio
Friday, April 24 @ 11:30: Episodic Moods in the “Pathétique” Adagio
Friday, May 1 @ 11:30: Performance Style in the in the Classical Period

To participate, sign in to Technique & Artistry Online and find the “Beethoven in Isolation” announcement on the Dashboard. Click the “Watch Live” button to join the webinar at class time. You’ll also find a PDF of the score available for free download.

Hope to see you there!

5 Responses to “Inside Glimpse of “Beethoven in Isolation” Webinar”

  1. Marianna Ussner April 22, 2020 at 11:39 am #

    Can’t get live webinar april22… Only previous comes up. Disappointed Marianna ussner

    • Jon Ophoff April 22, 2020 at 3:39 pm #

      Thanks for your interest! Sign up at and find the recorded webinars on your Dashboard!

  2. Fran Tracy Walls April 22, 2020 at 12:39 pm #

    I was unable to view the April 22 live webinar (schedule conflict, not a technical issue), and so hope that this session will be available later today or so, on your website. Thanks so very much!

    • landon April 22, 2020 at 10:21 pm #

      The session is available to view, as well as the first two sessions from last week. When you scroll down your dashboard to the Beethoven seminar schedule, you’ll see the first three events listed are clickable. Enjoy!

  3. COVID April 28, 2020 at 4:12 am #

    I teach a course this semester called Sensation and Perception. We’re really interested in looking at how does the brain generate our experience of the world? And so, last Thursday we had this really remarkable opportunity wherein we were able to take the class down to the Robinson hall and hold class with the Heath Quartet, and try to pair their musical expertise and some direct demonstrations of some pretty remarkable stimuli, if you will, with our course’s understanding of how the brain is then trying to take that information in and create our lived experience.