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(US) Historical Keyboard Society of North America 2017 Meeting: Calls for Proposals (Deadline: 20 Oct 2016)

Contributed by sonialee on Sep 30, 2016

CALL FOR PROPOSALS

The 6th annual meeting of the Historical Keyboard Society of North America (HKSNA) will be held from Wednesday, April 26 to Saturday, April 29, 2017 in Greenville, South Carolina. The meeting’s theme, "From the Old World to the New," aims to encourage the study of keyboard music and keyboard making in England and the Americas from 1700–1850. Selected instruments from the Carolina Clavier Collection will be featured in this meeting. ...


(UK) The Sixteen: "The Sixteen Digital Shop is moving"

Contributed by admin on Sep 29, 2016

From a recent The Sixteen newsletter

"We are emailing you today to tell you about some changes to the way we sell our digital downoads. You may have noticed that our downloads are no longer available from www.thesixteendigital.com, this is because we have moved them to our main website where we can sell them alongside our CDs.  ...


(IT) Early Dance Conference: "Il mondo di Gennaro Magri: Danza, musica e opera a Napoli, nell’Europa dei Lumi" (6-8 Oct 2016)

Contributed by admin on Sep 29, 2016

"A three day event with focus on Dance, music and opera in the Europe of Enlightenment

Hosted in some of the most fascinating historical buildings in the city of Naples (Teatro di San Carlo, Palazzo Zevallos Stigliano, Chiesa di Santa Caterina da Siena) the international conference  Il mondo di Gennaro Magri: Danza, musica e opera a Napoli, nell’Europa dei Lumi will take place from October 6 to 8, centering on the figure of the famous choreographer active during the 18th century as maître de ballet at Teatro di San Carlo in Naples and author of Trattato teorico-pratico di ballo (Napoli 1779). ...


(US) Harmonia Early Music: "A Fretwork Retrospective, Part 2" (by Wendy Gillespie, 24 Sep 2016)

Contributed by admin on Sep 29, 2016

"This hour on Harmonia, we continue our 3-part celebration of the British-based viol consort Fretwork. In honor of its thirtieth anniversary, we’re exploring Fretwork’s experiences with 500 or so years of rich repertory, ripe for viols. Our featured release, only slightly ironically, is John Jenkins: Six-Part Consorts, performed by Phantasm. ...


(NL) Semibrevity Blog: "Raymond Russell, collector, harpsichordist, author, and the man behind the famous instrument collection" (Guest blogger: Kate Hawnt, 19 July 2016)

Contributed by admin on Sep 29, 2016

"Shortly after moving in to her new home, Mottisfont Abbey, the indomitable Maud Russell noted in her engagement book:

April 4 1935. Take boys to Londonderry House to hear Mrs Woodhouse.

Maud, a wealthy heiress, was married to Major Gilbert Russell, a banker and cousin of the Duke of Bedford.  They purchased the entire estate of Mottisfont in 1934.  They also maintained a London address, as was traditional for the upper classes at the time, enabling them to partake fully in fashionable artistic and political circles.

Raymond Russell (1922-1964), their youngest son, was 13 at the time of this entry and just about to start at Eton College, Windsor.  A trip to hear Violet Gordon-Woodhouse, Britain’s foremost exponent of the harpsichord and clavichord at the time, would have undoubtedly been a memorable and inspirational experience for this musical and intense child. ...

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