Welcome back!

We are delighted to welcome you back to the classroom. As we find our way during these uncertain times, the health and safety of our treasured community remains our top priority. We will continue to require proof of vaccination and masks for all in-person events. Enrollment will be limited to enable social distancing.

This semester brings new opportunities to continue learning together. Through music, visual art, theatre, literature, history and more we will learn with each other, from each other and about each other as we explore the human experience. The stories of those who came before us inspire and inform the stories yet-to-come.

We offer worry-free registration. If your plans change, simply let us know before the class start date and we’ll process your refund promptly. Let us know after a class begins and we’ll issue a refund for the remaining sessions. Cancellation fees will be waived.

Join us this spring to increase your understanding of a favorite subject or discover something new. We can’t wait to connect with you again.

Contact us at 520-777-5817 or info@thelearningcurvetucson.com with any questions or requests for assistance.

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Six Twentieth Century Musical Masters

Six Twentieth Century Musical Masters

Debussy, Ravel, Rachmaninoff, Prokofiev, Shostakovich, Stravinsky

Through a series of six on-demand video presentations combining lecture and piano performance, explore the revolutionary work of these composers while learning more about their lives, friendships and political influences.

Wednesdays, Sept 22 - Dec 1

Instructor: Alexander Tentser

On Demand
Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous in Ancient Egypt

Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous in Ancient Egypt

In seven on-demand video presentations, this course will cover kingship in Egypt from its ill-understood beginnings among prehistoric tribal chiefdoms, through the surprisingly early climax of royal power manifested by the construction of the Great Pyramid in Giza and more…

Mondays, Nov 1 - Dec 13

Instructor: Pearce Paul Creasman

On Demand
Food For Thought - Session 2

Food For Thought – Session 2

A lunch lecture at Hacienda del Sol Guest Ranch Resort

Tchaikovsky’s Treasures – Musical reflections of an adventurous life.

Monday, Dec 6
11:30am - 1:30pm

Instructor: José Luis Gomez

In Person