Location: Bruges, BE
focus ON MELODY INSTRUMENTS
"Historical instruments will be resounding at the Provincial Court in Bruges from August 2nd till 5th 2014. Renowned builders and publishers form all over the world presenting themselves to the international MAfestival public. ...
Location: Case Western Reserve University, Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH, US
Join in the fun at the 2014 edition of Lute Society of America’s Summer Seminar and Lute Festival! This year, the seminar will explore the lute from every angle. The event will feature a distinguished faculty of lute performers, musicological specialists, and vocal coaches. The faculty includes Paul Beier, Eduardo Egüez, soprano Ellen Hargis, Grant Herreid, Jakob Lindberg, Nigel North, Pat O’Brien, luthier Andy Rutherford, Crawford Young, and The Venere Lute Quartet - Douglas Freundlich, Gail Gillispie, Christopher Morrongiello, and Phillip Rukavina. The 2014 Patrick O’Brien Lecturer is lutenist Richard Stone. ...
Location: St George's Metropolitan Cathedral,Westminster Bridge Road, Southwark, London, SE1 7HY
32-Part Polychoral Music by Heinrich Biber Tutored by Philip Thorby
with The Von Bibern Players and Norman Harper - Organist St George's Cathedral
"The Academy of St Cecilia is delighted to invite singers for a workshop day of 32-part polychoral music by Heinrich Biber tutored by Philip Thorby. Philip is a globally known expert in the performance of Renaissance and Baroque music. ...
Location: Handel House Museum, 25 Brook Street, Mayfair, London W1K 4HB
The month of June has arrived and some concert dates have already been sold out!
Handel and the Hanoverians - SOLD OUT (Thu 5 June, 6.30pm) / BHS Recital: Old and New, Tired and True (Tue 10 June, 6.30pm) / Royal Handel - SOLD OUT (Thu 12 June, 6:30pm) / Duets for the Duchess - SOLD OUT (Thu 19 June, 6.30pm) / Acis and Galatea (Sat 1 June, 4-10pm) / Handel and the Burlington Circle - SOLD OUT (Thurs 26 June, 6.30pm)
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