The tuition is of a high standard and the facilities at GirtonCollege, Cambridge,
Details of the 2018 courses will appear here when available.
William Summers writes:
“Following the success of the Summer workshops in Snape Maltings, I aim to
run a day of playing on one of the dates below. Depending on numbers, this
will incorporate both recorders and flutes and may again be split between
those with experience of consort playing and those who are new to it. I may
also be able to incorporate some individual lessons.”
The day will be
held in the seaside town of Aldeburgh,
and will cost £30 per player.
The possible dates
Saturday 27th. January
Saturday 3rd. February
Saturday 17th. March
Please let William
know which date you prefer, and
instrument you play [including recorder sizes]
[b] whether you
would be interested in an individual lesson either on the Saturday or the
 Whether you
would be interested in playing at A=415 on Baroque instruments
Our pitch for the
day will be A=440, but if there is sufficient interest in playing at A=415 it
would be possible to run individual lessons on Baroque instruments or form a
small group in the future.
Beauchamp EM course, 22-28 July 2018 “ANGELS and MINISTERS OF GRACE….”
Directed by Philip Thorby
Wotton House, Gloucester
The course is open to singers and instrumentalists and is unique in that,
with its strong brass and loud wind sections, it is possible to play large
scale pieces. We are able to offer bedroom accommodation in addition to
camping/local B&Bs. For more information (leaflet, booking form, etc)
visit http://www.gamusic.co.uk and
follow the link to holiday music courses or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Feedback quote from 2017:Lovely
music, lovely food, lovely people …. what more could one ask?!
Bishop Burton College, Beverley, East Yorkshire, HU17 8QG
Natural voice singing, recorder & string ensembles, chamber choir, viol
consorts, and an internationally recognised team of tutors. Plus ceilidh,
tutors’ concert, musical banquet, final concert, shorties and The Early Music