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renaissanceworkshop.org - Germany
Renaissance Viol Consort with Richard Sutcliffe
14/15 March 2015 Chansons de Regretz
06/07 June 2015 Music for Marguerite of Austria
31 Oct / 1 Nov 2015 Andrea & Giovanni Gabrieli
Renaissance Music Summer School with Joëlle Morton and Richard Sutcliffe
16-22 August 2015 Renaissance Music Summer School Masterclass 'alla bastarda' with Joëlle Morton
22-28 August 2015
Tallis Day, Benslow
16 May - 12 July
The enrollment for the Summer Term of the London Community Baroque Orchestra is now open. The sessions start on May 16, and we will be working on excerpts and scenes from Henry Purcell\'s opera Dido and Aeneas. Rehearsals (all at the Foundling Museum, Bloomsbury, London): May 16, 23, 30 June 6, 20, 27 July 4, 11 End of Term Concert: 12 July at 3.00pm The orchestra provides training in historical performance practice to its members (including regular rehearsals, coaching, workshops, and lectures on various relevant topics) and presents high-level musical performances. The LCBO membership is open to amateur adult musicians Grade 5 and above, students, and young professionals pending a brief audition. You can see further details at: http://www.lavventuralondon.co.uk/pages/education To join, or if you have any questions, please contact Zak Ozmo at firstname.lastname@example.org
21-25 May 2015 Netherurd House, Blythe Bridge, West Linton EH46 7AQ
Scottish Viol Course with Philip Thorby and David Hatcher
This is a well-established annual course held in the Scottish Borders.
If you would like to find out more or apply for a place, please contact Vickie Hobson. Acceptance is provisional, dependent upon applicants being able to be accommodated within a group at a compatible level. Confirmation of places by mid February. Cost around £460 email for more info
4 July 2015
Music Faculty, St Aldate's Oxford
Try-a-Viol day, organised by the Viola da Gamba Society detailsbooking form
Classes for recorder, viol, harpsichord, lute, solo singing and baroque strings
for students of all ages and experience; wide variety of ensemble work, including choir and orchestra, concerts and lecture recitals email@example.com
15–22 August 2015
Irish Recorder and Viol Course
An Grianán, Termonfechin, Ireland
Tutors: Ibi Aziz, Marion Doherty, Pamela Flanagan, Emma Murphy, Marion Scott, Philip Thorby.
A course designed for players of recorders, viols and other early instruments, covering a wide repertoire from ancient to modern. Sessions include one-to-a-part groups, workshops, technique classes, consort songs, trio sonatas, choir, large and small ensembles.
Further information from:
Mrs. Patricia Flanagan, 110 Kincora Avenue, Clontarf, Dublin 3, Ireland
Tel: 00 353 85 2880389 firstname.lastname@example.org www.irishrecorderandviolcourse.org
HISS - Historically Informed Summer School
Themes for 2015
Taking our cue from the anniversaries of the signing of the Magna Carta in 1215, and the Battles of Agincourt (1415) and Waterloo (1815), our theme is one of Rules and Rebellion - so we're expecting a riotous week! Among the repertoire highlights of this year's course, we will explore music based on L'homme arme, La Folia and La Spagna, offering the usual opportunities for singers and players to try something different during the week.