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(CA) Vancouver Early Music Programme & Festival: Baroque Instrumental Programme (Aug. 1-13, 2010)

Contributed by Admin on Apr 11, 2010


"The Legacy of the Baroque":
An intensive course primarily focusing on the High Baroque, the Rococo and the early Classical Era

This programme will offer a unique opportunity to explore Baroque and early Classical Music and Dance with some of the world’s leading performers and scholars of this repertoire.

Although this is a programme for period-instrument players, advanced-level musicians with limited experience on period instruments may also apply, and appropriate instruments (flutes, oboes, violins, cellos, violas da gamba & keyboard instruments) will be available.


(CA) Vancouver Early Music Programme & Festival: Baroque Vocal Programme (July 25-Aug. 6, 2010)

Contributed by Admin on Apr 10, 2010

“The Compleat Singer: Bringing Movement, Passion and Projection to the interpretation of baroque vocal music” 

Participation in ‘The Compleat Singer’ offers a unique opportunity to explore & experiment in all aspects of the Baroque singer’s development. The setting is intimate, the attention is intensely individual and the results are completely inspirational. This is a laboratory, not an audition!

The course includes Masterclasses, Coachings, Private Lessons, Movement Classes and Discussions.


(CA) Vancouver Early Music Programme & Festival: Festival (July 25-Aug. 14, 2010)

Contributed by Admin on Apr 10, 2010


This year’s Festival has a special emphasis on Music by Monteverdi, to celebrate the 400th Anniversary of his Vespers of 1610: The Vespers, Staged Theatrical Works, Concerted Madrigals, Instrumental Music, and more! Also this summer: the French Baroque, the Rococo and the early Classical era, with works by Bach & sons, Mozart & Beethoven.

(US) Michael Sand to join Sacramento Baroque Soloists to Perform Concerti Grossi (April 24-25, 2010)

Contributed by cellorhythm on Apr 06, 2010


Michael Sand, violinist, will lead Sacramento Baroque Soloists to perform Vivaldi Concerto for Violin in A minor , Vivaldi Concerto for Cello and Bassoon, Telemann Concerto for Two Violas, Corelli Concerto Grosso Op. 6 No. 1, Vivaldi Concerto "Alla Rustica", and Handel Passacaglia.


(IT) "Rome in Brescia" - Two musicians of the Papal court on the Antegnati organ at San Giuseppe (May 15, 2010)

Contributed by harmoniamusicae on Apr 03, 2010

Church of San Giuseppe, Brescia
Saturday, May 15, 2010 9pm

         - free admission -
 


Compositions by Girolamo Frescobaldi
and Giovanni Felice Sances

Francesca Cassinari and Gea Gelmetti, sopranos
Schola Gregoriana (Collegiata di Chiari) - Giuseppe Fusari, conductor
Maki Onishi, viola da gamba
Diego Cantalupi, theorbo
Giuseppe Schinaia, Antegnati organ (1581)

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