Baroque Music Montana offers workshop
Posted on 12 April 2016
Are you curious what information is available about period performance? Do you love history, music, and the stories it has to tell?
Baroque Music Montana offers a period practice workshop, specifically for modern instrument performers. Hosted by First Presbyterian Church, August 19-21. To register by May 31, visit www.bozemansymphony.org. For more information, email@example.com or 585-9774. Visit www.bozemansymphony.org/baroque-music-montana-period-performance-workshop for more detailed information.
The workshop will explore:
• Original sources (manuscript scores and first editions, iconography, writing) and their clues for today’s performers
• Varied articulation
• Rhetorical, communicative sound
• Ornamentation and improvisation
Working closely with Baroque Music Montana faculty, participants will use these elements to inspire fresh, invigorated, and uniquely personal performances!
Eligibility: Students, amateur, and professional players of violin, viola, cello and guitar with at least four years playing experience and adequate reading skills. Ages 14 and older. *Limited to 50 participants*
String Players - Full Workshop, $150 total
Guitar Players - 3 Technique Classes, $50 total
*Private Lessons available upon request.
May 31, 2016
Faculty: The I-90 Collective
Carrie Krause, violin Concertmaster of the Bozeman Symphony and recent guest director of Seattle Baroque, Carrie has performed as soloist in the Leipzig Bach Festival, Boston Early Music Festival, and as a member of Apollos' Fire at the BBC Proms.
Adriane Post, Violin Founding member of the acclaimed Diderot String Quartet, specializing in early romantic repertoire, and ensemble in residence at Holy Trinity in New York City and the National Cathedral in D.C. Adriane is described by Early Music Magazine as one of North America's "brightest and best."
Paul Dwyer, cello Assistant principal cellist of the Chicago Lyric Opera and the Hande & Haydn Society, Paul has a varied resume from heavy metal cello quartets to Fulbright scholar and Carnegie Hall Soloist.
John Lenti, lute and guitar Multi-year winner of the Early Music America/Naxos competition and backbone of leading early music ensembles to major opera companies, John is praised by Gramophone for his 'nuanced beauty and character."
Schedule of Events
Friday, August 19:
5:00-5:40 Technique Class
5:45-6:45 Chamber Ensembles
6:50-7:20 Dinner Lecture
Saturday, August 20
10:30-11:30 Technique Class
12:50-1:20 Lunch Lecture
1:30-2:30 Chamber Ensembles
Sunday, August 21
1:30-2:15 Technique & Masterclass
2:20-2:50 Chamber Ensembles
4:00-5:00 Final Performance