(Recently mentioned on various music-related websites.)
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Click on the following link should you wish to read more of the petition: Fair treatment for musicians travelling on planes with their instruments
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Location: Palace Clam-Gallas, Husova 20, Prag 1 CZ
The Institute Baroque Culture in cooperation with organizers of Prague Carnevale present in a new production for Summer Season 2012 series of musical- dance images from famous ballets and operas XVII. and XVIII. century in performances called:
QUAND LES DIEUX DANSENT / When the Gods Dance
SEGRETO / Secret of Prague Palace
VIVAT CARNEVALE / Vivat Carnevale
(US) Institute for Advanced Study, School of Historical Studies (Fellowship Grant Deadline: 1 nov 2012)
(US) Hidden Valley Institute For the Arts - Early Music Road Scholar (28 oct-3 nov, 4 nov-10 nov 2012)
Letitia Berlin, workshop director; Peter Meckel, HVIA director
Location: Carmel Valley, CA
Enroll for one or both weeks. Adults of all ages welcome.
- Week I: intense classes for upper intermediate to advanced levels. Harpsichordists welcome. Faculty: recorder: Letitia Berlin, Frances Blaker, Louise Carslake, Lisette Kielson; viola da gamba: David Morris
- Week 2: open to all levels except beginner. Harpsichordists welcome. Faculty: Recorder, Janet Beazley, Tish Berlin, Frances Blaker; Viola da gamba, Joanna Blendulf; early strings, Shira Kammen
Classes include recorder technique, viol consort, Baroque chamber music, consort classes for Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque and contemporary repertoire, workshop orchestra. Evening events include faculty concert, student concert, free-lance playing. Free Wednesday afternoon for more playing or sightseeing. Improve your playing in a supportive, friendly atmosphere with world-class teachers.
(From the latest Festival Alte Musik Knechtsteden 2012 newsletter)
Location: Dormagen, DE
The program of the 21st EARLY MUSIC FESTIVAL Knechtsteden has now been posted online. You may also find many slideshows from last year’s performances as well as a few videos.
This year’s festival concerts feature an interesting mix of performers such as …
(Part of the group of summer workshops hosted by the San Francisco Early Music Society (SFEMS))
“A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Early music and Renaissance social history for young people from ages 7 to 15. Study the music and dance of England in Shakespeare’s time. Beginners to advanced students are welcome. …
(From the latest Huismuziek newsletter)
A reminder from Huismuziek of its summer workshops and early music classes offerings for the upcoming summer of 2012 and months of 2013.
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