News » Workshops/Festivals 2012
Location: Stockholm, SE
“Welcome to an exclusive winter version of the festival, adapted to the cold season and Christmas celebrations, offering early music from afternoon to midnight! Indulge yourself with music, visual arts, storytelling, and historically inspired food.
Begin the day with Italian baroque, move on to medieval England and, later, the wonderful French performance "Monsieur Couperin's Laterna Magica." Round off the evening by lying comfortably back in the popular midnight concert. …
(CA) Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra and Chamber Choir Masterclass With Gottfried Von Der Goltz (10 Nov 2012)
(From a recent Tafelmusik newsletter)
“Please join us on Saturday, November 10th from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. for a public masterclass with violinist Gottfried von der Goltz in the sanctuary at Trinity-St. Paul's Centre. Featured young artists will be Michelle Odorico, Elyssa Lefurgey-Smith and Victoria Melik, violin, and Lysiane Boulva and Sara-Anne Churchill, harpsichord. Don't miss this excellent opportunity to see future period performers coached on music by Biber, Leclair and Castello. Tickets are only $10 and are available at the door.”…
(IT) Refresher Teaching Workshop – Italian Songs of Oral Tradition and Intercultural Teaching (24-25 Oct 2012)
(From a recent email from the Fondazione Giorgio Cini)
Location: Venice, Island of San Giorgio Maggiore, Italy
On October 24-25, the Intercultural Institute of Comparative Music Studies organizes a refresher teaching workshop focused on Italian songs of oral tradition and intercultural teaching. The workshop will be coordinated by Serena Facci and Gabriella Santini, authors of Chants d’Italie. Pour chanter ensemble de 8 à 14 ans, Traditions Chantées, Cité de la Musique, Paris.
Venues: Stratford Picturehouse and the Shakespeare Centre
“Celebrate Shakespeare's influence on film this October with a two-week programme of iconic films and adaptations. Many showings include guest speakers discussing Shakespeare's impact on cinema across the ages.
(UK) Border Marches Early Music Forums (BEMFM) Workshop: Music from the court of King John of Portugal (27 oct 2012)
Location: Ledbury UK
“We have a full programme of workshops for singers and instrumentalists - both separately and together. You don't have to be a member to attend - all are open to members and non-members alike. Pre-booking is essential.“
Day workshop for singers, times to be announced.
Tutor: Owen Rees
Enquiries: Hannah Davies, 01432 341154
Brighton Early Music Festival (BREMF) is the second largest early music festival in the UK, with a large and enthusiastic following of over 6000.“The Festival takes place in late October and early November and is well known for its lively and inspired programming, with events exploring different art forms and performance formats. Concerts take place in a variety of venues in Brighton and Hove, and are often broadcast on BBC Radio 3.
(AT) Innsbruck Festival: Donna Leon opens the 36th Innsbruck Festival of Early Music (10-28 Aug 2012)
(From a recent Innsbruck Festival Press Release)
Bestselling author Donna Leon opens the 36th Innsbruck Festival at Schloss Ambras
“INNSBRUCK - The 36th day Innsbruck Festival opens in a ceremony in the Spanish Hall of Ambras Castle; Donna Leon, mystery writer and lover of Baroque opera delivered the keynote address and declared the Innsbruck Festival opened. …”
(From a recent ABS newsletter)
“The 2012 American Bach Soloists Festival & Academy concluded on July 22 with the second of two performances of Bach’s monumental Mass in B Minor, following eleven densely packed days of performances, lectures, and master classes at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. …”
(UK) Cambridge Early Music: Festival of Italian Music (28-30 Sep 2012) and One-Day Workshop (29 Sep 2012)
Workshop: Italian Music Workshop for Children with VivaBiancaLuna Biffi
Location: Cambridge UK
The Cambridge Early Music: Festival of Italian Music, promoted in partnership with La Dante in Cambridge, will include concerts by QuintEssential cornett and sackbut ensemble, Julian Perkins, VivaBiancaLuna Biffi, Pavlo Beznosiuk and Paula Chateauneuf, and La Serenissima, over the weekend of 28-30 September.
(Although late at reporting of Mozartfest at Würzburg, you may be able to attend one of the remaining concerts on their programme.-- Editor)
“In 2012, the baroque Würzburg Residence will once again host numerous top-class musicians and orchestras like …
Location: Conservatory of Music, San Francisco CA, US
“The American Bach Soloists bring the 2011-12 season to a close with an extraordinary array of performances, recitals, lectures, master classes, and colloquia during the annual AMERICAN BACH SOLOISTS FESTIVAL & ACADEMY. Held July 12-22, 2012, at San Francisco’s elegant and spacious Conservatory of Music, the 11-day music festival presents twenty-three exciting events. As one of the world’s newest Bach festivals and the first of its kind in San Francisco, the American Bach Soloists Festival & Academy has become a major attraction on the summer music calendar, joining America's other great Bach Festivals in Carmel CA, Eugene OR, and Bethlehem PA. … ”
Location: Palace Clam-Gallas, Husova 20, Prag 1 CZ
The Institute Baroque Culture in cooperation with organizers of Prague Carnevale present in a new production for Summer Season 2012 series of musical- dance images from famous ballets and operas XVII. and XVIII. century in performances called:
QUAND LES DIEUX DANSENT / When the Gods Dance
SEGRETO / Secret of Prague Palace
VIVAT CARNEVALE / Vivat Carnevale
(US) Hidden Valley Institute For the Arts - Early Music Road Scholar (28 oct-3 nov, 4 nov-10 nov 2012)
Letitia Berlin, workshop director; Peter Meckel, HVIA director
Location: Carmel Valley, CA
Enroll for one or both weeks. Adults of all ages welcome.
- Week I: intense classes for upper intermediate to advanced levels. Harpsichordists welcome. Faculty: recorder: Letitia Berlin, Frances Blaker, Louise Carslake, Lisette Kielson; viola da gamba: David Morris
- Week 2: open to all levels except beginner. Harpsichordists welcome. Faculty: Recorder, Janet Beazley, Tish Berlin, Frances Blaker; Viola da gamba, Joanna Blendulf; early strings, Shira Kammen
Classes include recorder technique, viol consort, Baroque chamber music, consort classes for Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque and contemporary repertoire, workshop orchestra. Evening events include faculty concert, student concert, free-lance playing. Free Wednesday afternoon for more playing or sightseeing. Improve your playing in a supportive, friendly atmosphere with world-class teachers.
(From the latest Festival Alte Musik Knechtsteden 2012 newsletter)
Location: Dormagen, DE
The program of the 21st EARLY MUSIC FESTIVAL Knechtsteden has now been posted online. You may also find many slideshows from last year’s performances as well as a few videos.
This year’s festival concerts feature an interesting mix of performers such as …
(Part of the group of summer workshops hosted by the San Francisco Early Music Society (SFEMS))
“A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Early music and Renaissance social history for young people from ages 7 to 15. Study the music and dance of England in Shakespeare’s time. Beginners to advanced students are welcome. …
(From the latest Huismuziek newsletter)
A reminder from Huismuziek of its summer workshops and early music classes offerings for the upcoming summer of 2012 and months of 2013.
Location: Tel Aviv, Sukkot, IL
The Music of the 17th & 18th Centuries
Music Director: Drora Bruck
“A unique course focusing on music from the 17th and 18th centuries. While familiarizing themselves with the culture and customs of the period and their impact on the development of music and musicians, students will enjoy nine days of studying, playing, singing, attending master classes, workshops and listening to and performing in concerts,in the pleasant atmosphere of the new building of The Israeli Conservatory of Music, Tel Aviv. …
(From the latest Lark Camp newsletter)
Location: Mendocino, CA 95460 USA
32nd Year Of Lark Camp
Music and Dance from the World Over
Music, Song & Dance Workshops * Cabins * Dances * Parties * Sessions * Great Food * Dance Hall * Dining Hall * Camping * Fire Circles * Mendocino Woodlands Redwoods
Full Camp 8 Days or Half Camp 4 Days
Lark Camp promotes worldwide understanding through music and dance.
Lark Camp provides an open forum for the exchange of creative ideas between musicians, singers, dancers and composers. The Lark Camp experience is enhanced by motivational instructors and inspired students, who also share their passions and skills with the rest of the participants.
News: The 2012 schedule may now be found online.
A week of colour and culture that surpised and inspired...
“With the final 't's' being crossed in wrapping up what has been a hugely successful year, the team at Cork International Choral Festival would like to sincerely thank all the fantastic choristers that travelled from near and far, our loyal sponsors and supporters, incredible volunteers, and importantly you, the public, for coming out, participating in and supporting the Festival in this, its 58th year. …
(US) Carmel Bach Festival's 75 Years of Highlights in Music and Stories (14-28 jul 2012) (News Release)
75 Years of Highlights in One Concert: David Gordon Previews Carmel Bach Festival's "Inside the Music"
Stories, images and musical masterworks from the Festival's origin to the presentCARMEL, CA, June 7, 2012 -- For 15 days this July, the picturesque seaside village of Carmel will become a center of great music and ideas as the Carmel Bach Festival celebrates 75 years of performances by world class musicians.