in Hotel by sea, Grado, North Italy (close to TriesteAirport)
A cappella renaissance group – sight reading and familiarity with genre
Missa Surrexit Pastor Bonus by Yvo de Vento (Lassus pupil) plus six and eight
part works by Merulo, the Gabrielis, etc.
Concert in World Heritage Cathedral, Aquileia
Single | €795/£670 Shared | €635/£530 Non-Resident
Scholarships at 60% discount for under 24s
brochure (English or German) from Keith Wallace Kwallace <AT>
Tel: +44 (0) 203 116 3624
9th-14th June 2014
SUMMER BAROQUE STRING COURSE IN LIGURIA, ITALY with violinist Julia Bishop
Music by Corelli, Vivaldi, Handel and contemporaries, studying in detail the
string techniques and performance practice of the day in breathtaking surroundings!
Baroque instruments optional, pitch A440.
Tuition £325.00 for 6-day course, £250.00 cellists and bass-players.
Travel arranged by applicant. Accommodation
arranged through Julia, variable prices.
Apply Julia 07521 897422 or julia<AT>redpriest.com
Beauchamp Early Music Week Vespers of the five Laudate
Directed by Philip Thorby with David Hatcher, tutor
Clifford Bartlett – continuo course
27th July - 2nd August 2014 New location: DeneMagnaSchool,
Mitcheldean, Glos. GL17 0DU
Fee: £425Gloucester Academy of Music01452 385162
Bursaries available for young singers
Dolmetsch Historical Dance Society Summer School 2014
27 July to 3 August
The Bishop Otter Campus of ChichesterUniversity
The DHDS 2014 Summer School (with flexible attendance options available so
you can choose the one that best suits your pocket) will focus on
Renaissance Dance and Music and the Plays of Shakespeare. It will feature
a musician's course as well as one for dancers. The
directors will be Anne Daye and Jorgen Schou-Pederson for the dancers and
Keith McGowan for the musicians.
Faire Britaine Isle: Celebrating Shakespeare’s 400th anniversary
Rewardingly intensive study weeks for amateur, student and professional
musicians in the beautiful setting of SidneySussexCollege, Cambridge
In this Shakespeare anniversary year we are focusing
on English music, offering a week of music by Purcell and those who came
after him, including Croft and Handel; and then a week of English renaissance
music alongside the Italian music which influenced it.
The Parley of Instruments: Peter Holman, Judy Tarling, Mark Caudle, Gail
Hennessy, Philip Thorby
3-10 August 2014
English Baroque Music: The Purcell Legacy
Philip Thorby and Friends: Philip Thorby, David Hatcher, Emma Murphy, Frances
Eustace, Lynda Sayce
10-16 August 2014
Musica Transalpina: Renaissance Music for Voices and Instruments