"Finally - there it is! A Renaissance Music Summer School for advanced players and professional Musicians in a wonderful little pocket of Northern Germany. A truely international faculty will help you to explore the most famous tunes from the 16th century: "Doulce Memoire - Anchor che col partire - Vestiva i colli - Susanne Ung Jour" ...
"The Summer Texas Toot offers a one-week program of classes at all levels, focusing on Renaissance and Baroque music, but with offerings for Medieval and 21st century enthusiasts as well. Expert instructors in recorder, viol, lute, harp, and voice will tend to young professionals, seasoned amateurs, and eager beginners with equal care. ...
"Jerome Salord, the artistic director of the Festival La Tour Passagère, chose this wooden tower, which is inspired by places where one was at the theatre in Shakespeare's time. In this serene space, the public makes a circle around artists who are always close, no matter where it is placed, ...
Recently there have been hot debates on the use of supertitles in opera houses, and, more in particular, whether they have helped grow audience or whether they have affected negatively the original intent of opera being rooted in music. In the following two articles, Fred Plotkin and Cori Ellison present their arguments ...
Location: Canterbury Christ Church University
Canterbury Christ Church University is "thrilled to be hosting the 17th Biennial International Conference on Baroque Music in July 2016. Since it began in the 1980s the conference has become a renowned and widely recognised musicological event, focusing on all aspects of Baroque music and providing a platform for both long established and emerging scholars. ...
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The EUROPAMUSICALE Festival "Musica Sacra" proposes a reflection of the development of sacred music in Europe and of its influence on later artistic work to contemporary music. ...
(NL) Brill Recent Book Release: "The Book Trade in the Italian Renaissance" (Angela Nuovo. Translated by Lydia G. Cochrane)
Although not of early music in topic, this book title may answer some questions on how the book trade worked in Renaissance Italy. (EarlyMusicNews.org Editor)
"This work offers the first English-language survey of the book industry in Renaissance Italy. Where traditional accounts of the book in the Renaissance celebrate authors and literary achievement, this study examines the nuts and bolts of a rapidly expanding trade that built on existing economic practices while developing new mechanisms in response to political and religious realities. Approaching the book trade from the perspective of its publishers and booksellers, this archive-based account ...
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