News » Workshops/Festivals 2012
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April 27-29: The Bach Weekend with Christopher Jackson
May 18-20: The Chamber Music Weekend
Weekly sessions June 24-August 12, 2012
Come to Philadelphia for a delightful weekend of music! This popular workshop offers a wide variety of classes held at Rutgers University Camden. After class, explore Philadelphia's historic district and enjoy gastronomical delights at downtown restaurants!
(CA) Vancouver Early Music Programme: Announcing the dates for the summer of 2012 (22 Jul - 3 Aug; 5 Aug - 17 Aug 2012)
Vancouver Early Music announces the dates for its upcoming summer programme. (Book early if you are interested in attending (ed.))
“La Gouastalla, from Destouches, PassepiedIntermdiate/advanced
« The faster you'll be able to dance, without any haste » (from music treatise). With this dance, chosen especially for its being easy and quick to learn, the choreographer and workshop leader Christine Bayle will focus on speed of execution and virtuosity, which does not depend only on the work of the feet but also on the management and feeling of one's energy.
“In 2012 we are offering two week-long courses. Tuition and accommodation will be in Emmanuel College, Cambridge, one of the colleges of Cambridge University.
Preservation Advisory Centre Training Day
British Library Centre for Conservation
96 Euston Road, London NW1 2DB
“Photographic collections are found in libraries, archives and museums all over the world. Their sensitivity to environmental conditions, and the speed with which images can deteriorate present special challenges.
A Weekend of Sixteenth Century Italian Dance Taught by Mary Collins
We will be hosting our 10th weekend course on renaissance dance on 28th and 29th January 2012 at Hurst Village Hall.
The Conductor: John Bence, Organist and Master of the Music of St. Mary de Castro
Tribute to Queen Elizabeth (I)
Location: Cardiff UK
“Our annual summer school is suitable for all levels from the complete beginner to the professional performer. Attendance is flexible so that students can attend for a few days as a short course, or for the full ten days.”
Friday 17th August – Monday 27th August
Module 1: August 17th to 20th
Friday dinner to Monday before dinner
Module 2: August 21st to 24th
Tuesday afternoon to Friday after lunch
Module 3: August 25th to 27th
Saturday morning to Monday evening
Brickhill Community Centre Upper Hall
Avon Drive, Bedford MK41 7AF
Bedford Early Dance and Music organises historical dance workshops and social events in and around Bedford.
Upcoming 2012 dance workshops …
“See you there, regardless of age, for a week of music making, development or discovery of the repertoire renaissance, baroque and pre-classical.
Workshops and individual lessons - viol consort - instrumental and vocal ensembles.”
Dates for the 2012 Summer Schools have now been announced.
Cambridge Early Music runs summer schools - short intensive study courses - in Baroque, Renaissance and Medieval music, and organises an annual programme of concerts, many of which take place alongside the summer schools. Cambridge Early Music was founded in 1992 and run as a not-for-profit organization by Selene Mills. In 2009 Cambridge Early Music was granted charitable status, confirming our status as a leading provider of early music education.
Details of the 2012 Lufthansa Festival of Baroque Music make their appearance in the latest festival newsletter. A quick look at the list follows below:
Check-in: 9:30 a.m.
Workshop: 10:00 to 4:00 p.m.
The workshop will be held at:
St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in San Francisco
1111 O'Farrell Street - parking information
(UK) The Attingham Trust for the Study of Historic Houses and Collections -- Courses (6-23 Jul 2012 / 2-11 Sep 2012)
(From the Society for the Study of Early Modern Women (SSEMW) mailing list)
The Attingham Trust for the Study of Historic Houses and Collections is an educational charitable trust offering specialised study courses for people professionally engaged in the field of historic houses, their collections and settings including the history and contents of English Royal Palaces. These courses offer a good way to investigate the living and collecting activities of English nobility and royalty. Note that there is financial aid.