Music Theory Workshop

Dates and Time:

Friday, December 27th, 2019

and Saturday December 28th, 2019

10 AM to 3 PM both days

There is no charge for this workshop.
Space is limited so register soon!

Location:   Courthouse Cultural Center, 80 SE Ocean Boulevard,  Stuart, FL 34994 - Contact:  772 266 4097

Frequently Asked Questions:

How much does this program cost?
There is no charge for this program.  The Music Theory Workshop is a project of the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony with funding

provided by our generous TCYS donors.

Who is eligible to attend?
This program is designed for youth symphony members, high school band musicians, musicians, choir members, or anyone looking to expand musical knowledge simply for the love of music. 

Do you have to be a member of the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony to attend?

Is registration required?

Yes, space is limited so please register early!

of Texas Wind Ensemble under conductor Jerry Junkin during their 2014 around-the-world tour; Lindsey has also played ensemble tours throughout China and Brazil and chamber music concerts in London and France. During the summers, she has performed with various festival orchestras, including the Banff Festival Orchestra (Canada), National Music Festival (MD), Hot Springs Music Festival (AR), and the Marrowstone Fellowship Chamber Orchestra (WA).

Originally from Stuart, Florida, Lindsey also enjoys traveling, reading, practicing and teaching yoga, and spending quality time with her infamously lazy cat, Claudette.Type your paragraph here.

This two day Music Theory Workshop is designed for youth symphony members, high school band musicians, musicians, choir members, or anyone looking to expand musical knowledge simply for the love of music.  This workshop is available for all, reading music is not required! This workshop is all about learning to use our ears.

What are the elements of music? How is music organized, and how does music work?
In this workshop, we’ll explore the basic elements of music and how they work together to create our musical experience.  You will develop skills to understand the structure of musical pieces as you listen and to more clearly hear the stories that music tells.  Understanding musical structures and forms is helpful for musicians, who can use this information to shape expression in their performance.  It is also helpful for listeners without musical training who can use their understanding to enrich their listening experience and find deeper meaning in music.

Lindsey Reymore is a scholar, musician, and educator in Columbus, OH. She is a PhD candidate at The Ohio State University, researching music theory and music cognition.  As a freelance musician, she performs on oboe, English horn, and Baroque oboe and teaches private oboe and musicianship lessons.

Lindsey has presented research in music perception and cognition at national and international conferences, and she was awarded the 2018 first prize Early Career Researcher Award by the European Society for the Cognitive Sciences in Music for work on the linguistic attributes of timbre. Though she is always involved in a diverse range of exciting music projects, much of her current research involves the cross-sensory nature of timbre, or sound quality, descriptions.

Lindsey has served on faculty at Vanderbilt University and at Belmont University and has played principal oboe with The Jackson Symphony Orchestra and The Murfreesboro Symphony Orchestra. She earned a Master of Music from The University of Texas at Austin, where she studied with Rebecca Henderson, and a Bachelor of Music in oboe performance from Vanderbilt University, where she studied with Jared Hauser. She performed with The University