News » Workshops/Festivals 2011
In addition to concerts, Baroque vocal, flute, violin, lute, cello, viola da gamba and harpsichord courses will take place.
Since its inception in 1997, the Biennial Conference on Music in Nineteenth-Century Britain has established itself as one of the most significant musicological meetings in the academic calendar.
Dartington International Summer School takes place at the heart of the idyllic Dartington Hall estate, just outside Totnes in South Devon. For five weeks every summer, the estate welcomes a vibrant community of musicians and music-lovers drawn from all corners of the globe.
The Tafelmusik Baroque Summer Institute is led by some of the world's finest musicians in the field of baroque performance. The Institute is held at the Faculty of Music, University of Toronto.
The German Clavichord Society (DCS) in September 2010 started a four part festival devoted to J.S. Bach, his sources and his scholars. Close to Lüneburg in Northern Germany where the 15 years old Johann Sebastian was chorister, the first part of this festival was arranged in September 2010 at Bleckede Castle and devoted to the young Bach and his musical sources, namely Buxtehude, Reincken and Böhm.
This year’s theme—Chant: Old and New—is inspired by a particular chant book, which makes Halifax’s Saint Mary’s University its home: the Salzinnes Antiphonal, a 16th-century Cistercian manuscript from what is now the region of Namur in modern-day Belgium.
The Tallis Scholars Summer Schools are dedicated to exploring the great heritage of Renaissance choral music and developing a performance style appropriate to it, as pioneered by the Tallis Scholars.
The UK branch of the Tallis Scholars Summer Schools is dedicated to exploring our great heritage of Renaissance choral music and developing a performance style appropriate to it, as pioneered by the Tallis Scholars.
The May workshop will explore and focus on two beautiful textless music sources from the early 16th century, which include the full bandwidth of early 16th century secular polyphonic musical expression: from languid songs and teasing folk ditties, to purely instrumentally-conceived pieces and virtuosic compositions.
This year's summer festival will once again feature some of the world's leading harpsichordists.
This summer, Bay Area early music specialists American Bach Soloists (ABS) will inaugurate an annual Bach Festival & Academy, the world!s newest, in San Francisco from July 15 through 23.
Festival History starts with a meeting of enthusiasts. In 2002, Yannick Lemaire Fabien Guilloux and share their interest in the sacred musical heritage, and create the association Harmonia Sacra.
Intarsi di musica e danza antica
Artistic direction: Claudia Celi and Andrea Toschi
This year's edition of "L'Humor Bizzarro. Intarsi di musica e danza antica" returns to the Eternal City, hosted by the historic Scuola Popolare di Musica di Testaccio.
Discover the mad craze in Follia, the sexy courtship of the elegant Minuet, the full passion of the Bouree and the pyrotechnic challenges in the Sarabande.
An initiative of the Fondazione Academia Montis Regalis, the “Festival Armoniche Fantasie” takes place every year between June and July at Mondovi and elsewhere in the province of Cuneo in Piedmonte and the initiative of the Foundation Academia Montis Regalis.
Le Parnasse François
The International Baroque Institute at Longy offers a comprehensive program taught by an unparalleled international faculty. The program features eight full days of master classes, ensembles, orchestra sessions, concerts, lectures and continuo coaching.
Summer is the perfect time to try something new, rekindle your passion for music, or just stay in shape! Broaden your musical horizons by taking an enrichment workshop, weekly class, or private lessons. Our supportive faculty provide stimulating and innovative programs that are sure to keep you motivated throughout the summer. Check out our wide variety of summertime offerings for adults of all ages and abilities.
- Weekend Chamber Extravaganza! (2011 June 17-19)
- Voice (2011 June 21-July 14)
- Longy Summer Early Dance Workshop (2011 July 24 -30)
Clarion Hosts Fourth Annual Clarion Collegium Week
to Focus on Works of Handel
Educational Week with Free Admission to Baroque Performance Master Classes
From May 11th to May 16th, 2011, the Clarion Society will present its fourth annual Clarion Collegium Week (CCW) of master classes for gifted young musicians. Launched in 2008 in partnership with the New York Collegium, CCW assembles advanced music students and young professional musicians from around the country to be educated together in historical performance practice by some of the world's most respected Early Music specialists.
May we invite you to join us for some very stimulating courses in Early Music in some of the most spectacular settings one can imagine? These courses, geared for professional and amateur alike, offer a pedagogically well balanced program of technique classes, master classes and ensemble playing.
A WEEK OF INTENSIVE EXCHANGE AND MUSIC-MAKING
The international seminar of early music in Wallonie offers musicians the possibility of deepening all facets of their musical skills.
For over thirty years SFEMS has offered one of the most comprehensive summer early music programs in the United States, led by a faculty of international artists in residence. Instrumental and vocal master classes, lectures, coached ensembles, and recitals provide an opportunity for musicians and dancers at a variety of levels to improve their ensemble skills, performance techniques, and teaching abilities.
The Seattle Recorder Society’s Port Townsend Early Music Workshop at the University of Puget Sound offers an opportunity for players of recorder, viol, and historical winds to study and play music of the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, the Baroque, and the 20th century.
Festival of European Baroque and Classical Music
An early music festival, workshops and masterclasses in the Abbey of Vignogoul near Montpellier.
Thursday Afternoon, June 9, 2011
Conference delegates are invited to observe three selected Chorus America Conducting Fellows as they are coached by American Bach Soloists‘ artistic and music director Jeffrey Thomas.