Füssen – Northern Italy and the Lute
Lute making in the Füssen-region and Northern Italy during the 15–18. Century, migration and interactions among lute makers.
The Deutsche Lautengesellschaft (German Lute Society) is holding a two day conference focusing on lute making in the Füssen area and the activity of German lute makers in Northern Italy (many of those lute makers originated from the Füssen-Region in Southern Germany).
FIMTE is celebrating the fifth centenary of the Birth of Antonio de Cabezón (1510-1566), starting in June 2010.
(FR) Les Journées 2010 de Clavecin en France (Harpsichord Days in France 2010) -- (March 20-21, 2010)
“Les Journées 2010 de Clavecin en France” will take place March 20-21, 2010 at CRR de Paris. They are devoted to the rhetoric of the sixteenth to the twenty-first century.
Join violinist Martin Davids and internationally acclaimed organist David Yearsley as they perform selections from their recent recording, ALL YOUR CARES BEGUILE - Songs and Sonatas from Baroque London.
Woodhouse Recorder Week is a unique international summer school for young recorder players, which for the first time this year will be held in the magnificent surroundings of Christ’s Hospital School, West Sussex, UK.
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