Early Music courses
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East Anglia the leading source of Early Music instruction is the
Early Music Summer Schools
occupy two weeks in July & August.
The tuition is of
a high standard and the setting at St Catharine’s College,
Cambridge, is atmospheric.
WEEK (26 July – 2 August 2020)
Baroque Dresden: The
Musical Melting Pot
Parley of Instruments
Director: Peter Holman
WEEK (2–9 August 2020)
The Triumphs of Maximilian: Music
from the time of Emperor Maximilian I
Courtiers of Grace
Co-Directors: Claire Wilkinson & Gawain
A large range of courses is
on offer in the new premises in Linton, Cambs.
making, repair and maintenance. Classical and Baroque are
Early booking is recommended as the response has
been heavy. See the website:
in other areas
31 March to Sunday 5 April 2020
Chalemie will hold its
22nd Summer School in Early Music, Dance, Period Costume Making
and Commedia. Leading performers from the group will direct a
series of workshops on 17th/18th century music, song, dance,
commedia and costume making, with a particular emphasis on the
English repertoire of this period.
At Headington School,
The Chalemie Summer
School is for everyone interested in performing music, song,
dance or commedia, or any combination of these, together with
period costume making. While its focus is on the 17th/18th
centuries, it is not restricted to this period alone.
information and a full brochure HERE.
early music course in County Durham. Come and help us celebrate
50 years of this wonderful event
in our new, more accessible
and comfortable home in Barnard Castle. We welcome players of
viols, lutes, baroque strings, harpsichord and
voices. There is a wide range of activities with repertoire from
early renaissance to late baroque. We are lavishly staffed
with inspirational tutors who also feature strongly in our
evening concerts. Generous bursaries available. See
www.norvis.org.uk or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
8 August 2020
BEAUCHAMP EARLY MUSIC COURSE
by David Hatcher with tutors David Allinson and Sue Addison.
theme is O quam gloriosam – music inspired by the saints
Venue: Rendcomb College in the heart of the
Accommodation available on site; all meals
provided; 4 tutor-led sessions each full day.
information visit www.glosacadmusic.org or email
Quote from 2019 participant: I’ve
had a brilliant week; lovely people and very warm atmosphere –
a great experience and highly recommended.
School, Caversham, Berkshire
still some places available, but last year the course was sold
out, so book quickly to secure your place!
chitarrone players particularly welcome.
We will have
the largest team of tutors ever this year with the addition of
David Miller (chitarrone);
also Tom Hammond-Davies and Oliver
Webber will be joining us for a morning each.
HISS 2020 will run from the 17th-20th August
part of the 10th anniversary celebrations it is planned to finish
this year (4/5pm).
Option to stay an extra
night on the Friday.
Plans for the final concert might
excerpts from Monteverdi Vespers
also including groups from progressive sessions
tutor for 2020: William Lyons
Booking is now open: