(From a recent Gilbert Isbin newsletter)
News from Gilbert Isbin of new works for lute. Below are details of new works along with corresponding links.
- ‘10 COMPOSITIONS FOR SOLO LUTE’, volume 2, presents a further 10 pieces in an accessible contemporary style for 6-course lute, calling for early intermediate to intermediate technique.
Buy : http://www.lutesociety.org/pages/catalogue#k
- ‘REFLECTIONS’, 20 contemporary compositions for the lute, by LANTRO MUSIC (Belgium).
Buy : http://www.lantromusic.be/index.php?page=Catalogue
- CD “RECALL” , contemporary music for lute and contrabass (Gilbert Isbin/Scott Walton) appeared on pfMENTUM (USA).
Music samples on http://users.telenet.be/gilbert.isbin/gilbert-scott.html
What's New on http://users.telenet.be/gilbert.isbin/what's new.html
(From a recent Musicologie newsletter)
In this month’s newsletter:
“The music of the seventeenth-century in Germany and the Netherlands, an entire chapter of the fresco from Rusquet Michel is published , Jean-Luc Vannier was at the Nice Opera for "Simon Boccanegra" season opening, a CD of Telemann keyboard music recorded by Olivier Baumont, republication of the memoirs of Jean Wiener, latest ads, calendar, music news retrospective, thus the two hundred and eleventh "Bulletin of musicology."
Jean-Marc Warszawski ” (Translated from French version)
(From a recent ArkivMusic newsletter)
“The ArkivMusic 10th Anniversary Storewide Sale ends in just 3 more days! Take part in the celebration and save yourself a bundle. We are also extending this weekend's Weekend Specials an extra day, so make sure to place your orders before our Storewide Sale ends on Monday at midnight ET!”
(From a recent Wigmore Hall newsletter)
Location: Wigmore Hall, 36 Wigmore Street,LondonW1U 2BP
January to March 2013 Concerts – On Sale Now
News from Wigmore Hall that tickets are now available for their Spring Series concerts. For those interested, you may want to glance at the complete list of 2012-2013 concert series and perhaps you may find concerts of interest in the early music field. (Editor) …
(From a recent Tafelmusik newsletter)
Location: Trinity-St. Paul’s Centre, Toronto Ontario, Canada
“Glorious music by Mozart and his classical contemporaries, guest directed by Gottfried von der Goltz — the talented violinist and director of the Freiburg Baroque Orchestra. Our musicians are buzzing with excitement about this concert, which features Mozart’s radiant Violin Concerto in A Major, K.219, Haydn’s dramatic Symphony no. 52, and music by Franz Beck and Josef Kraus, the “Swedish Mozart.” …
(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.”…
(From a recent Rose Ensemble newsletter)
Locations: Alexandria, Staples, Little Falls, Thief River Falls, Crookston, Detroit Lakes
“The Rose Ensemble musicians are about to hit the road! Our 7th Annual Greater Minnesota Tour kicks off Sunday, October 14th in Silver Bay, followed by stops in Ely and Hibbing on October 15th and 16th. After a brief segue to Spain to participate in several music festivals and the prestigious choral competition Certamen Coral de Tolosa, musicians will complete this year's Greater Minnesota Tour with performances in Alexandria, Staples, Little Falls, Thief River Falls, Crookston, and Detroit Lakes.”
Location: 2353 Rice Boulevard, Houston, Texas 77005
“The Bach Vespers series presents complete sacred cantatas along with choral motets and psalm settings in an evening prayer service related to a single theme. This gives them a context similar to their original performance, with chorales and readings chosen to give deeper insight into Bach’s theology. Listeners are also invited to sing and participate as Bach’s congregation did. …”
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