(FR) 10th International Academy of Ancient Music (10ème Académie Internationale de Musique Ancienne) (Apr. 17-24, 2010)
Brillamment baroque 2010 FESTIVAL
Instruction for early music enthusiasts and modern instrumentalists and singers with an interest in Baroque and Renaissance music. All baroque intruments welcome !
Ensemble De Organographia and the ORB Sackbutts will perform "Extreme Early Instruments" - The highest, lowest, softest, loudest and definitely the weirdest renaissance instruments including racketts (short double reed instruments where the bore curls over itself 9 times), several sizes of recorder (including bass and the 4 foot great bass), schreierpfeiffen ("screaming pipes" - loud capped double reed instruments designed for outdoor use), all sizes of sackbutts (forerunner of the trombone: alto, tenor, bass, and the 7 foot long contrabass), crumhorns (capped reed instruments shaped like the letter J), tartold (relative of the rackett shaped like a dragon concealing 8 feet of brass tubing), serpent (S-shaped leather covered forerunner of the tuba), curtal (one-piece forerunner of the bassoon: alto and bass), violin, viola, viola da gamba (6 string fretted bowed instrument), gemshorn (recorder-like instrument made from a cowhorn) and voice. Featuring the music of Isaac, Lassus, Canale, Susato, Playford, Scandello and others.
Hana Blazikova, soprano
Peter Kooij, bass
Mieneke van der Velden, direction and viola da gamba
(Cat.-No. RAM 0905)
The Thirty Years’ War (1618-1648) was the stage for bloody clashes, joined in the name of religion, attended by their cortege of atrocities, famines and epidemics, resulting not only in destruction, but also, above all, a deep demoralisation. What faith could reside in Man, when his spirit could only hope to find rest in the afterlife?
Academy Burg Fürsteneck in Germany offers a workshop “Resonances of Medieval Music” October, 29 to 31, 2010. This year, the subect is the “Cyprus codex”.
An NEH Summer Institute for College and University Teachers
This five-week institute will be directed by Claire Sponsler, Professor of English at the University of Iowa, and hosted by the Folger Shakespeare Library. This institute offers a comparative study of ritual and ceremony across related cultures from 1300 to 1700. It builds on anthropological theories of the ubiquitous role of ritual and ceremony and the impact of that work in performance studies. Testing assumptions about influence and exchange among national traditions and local contexts, it seeks a new understanding of the processes and effects of cultural hybridity and assimilation.
On Saturday 20th March, in Ramsgate, Kent (England), there will be a day of hurdy-gurdy and bagpipe workshops, with a concert in the evening. Workshops during the day on gurdy maintenance and playing, bagpipe playing and Middle Eastern percussion will be run by Claire Dugue, Sean Jones, Steve Tyler, Tim Garside and Katy Marchant.
Presents“Tune in to the Recorder VI”
A Recorder Workshop for Low-Intermediate to Advanced PlayersVocal and Instrumental Music from Iberia and Latin America, including Mexico, Peru, Colombia, Bolivia and Guatemala.
Come join us to hear, play, and enjoy the recorder!
When: Saturday afternoon, March 13, 2010, 1:30 - 4:30 pm
Where: Orangewood Presbyterian Church, Page Hall, 7321 N. 10th St., Phoenix
(US) Bach's Organ World -- Tour of Bach’s Organ World to Dresden, Leipzig, Berlin and more, (July 19-30, 2010)
Join Concept Tours and world-renowned Bach organ scholars Quentin and Mary Murrell Faulkner on a tour of Bach's Organ World in Germany during summer 2010. You'll also see the magnificent attractions of the "new" East Germany.
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