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Wars, Conquests, and Beheadings: The Music of the Courts in England, France and Italy
June 19 – 25, 2016
Holy Names University, Oakland, CA
“Whether it be the “Sun King,” Louis XIV of France, Charles II and James II of England, or the Gonzagas of Mantua, rulers and their court life provide fascinating ground for engagement at this year’s Baroque workshop. Composers for study include G. F. Handel, Matthew Locke, Thomas Tomkins, Jean-Baptiste Lully, Marc-Antoine Charpentier, Claudio Monteverdi, and others.
Our workshop provides a friendly and supportive atmosphere for both the dedicated amateur and the semi-professional musician. Our faculty of specialists in the field of early music includes internationally known performers and gifted teachers.
Our week of concentrated playing and learning will be filled with beautiful works and interspersed with social gatherings with like-minded players from all around the country. These activities culminate in a night and a morning of very high-level student performances. Participants leave the workshop replete with new musical ideas, with new repertoire under their belts and new friends for future music making!
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Linda Pearse, Workshop and Artistic Director, sackbut
David Wilson, baroque violin
William Skeen, baroque cello and viola da gamba
Sandra Miller, traverso
Clea Galhano, recorder
Sand Dalton, baroque oboe
Bruce Dickey, cornetto
Anna Marsh, baroque bassoon
Rita Lilly, voice
Drew Minter, voice
Peter Sykes, harpsichord
John Lenti, lute and theorbo
Dates, Deadlines, and Fee Information
Non-Member: $670 by April 30; $720 thereafter
SFEMS Member: $625 by April 30, $675 thereafter
Room and Board
$600 double occupancy (two people per room);
$675 single occupancy
Meals Only (no room): $200
If you are an EMA or ARS member and NOT SFEMS member, please contact SFEMS prior to registering at email@example.com to receive this discount.
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Additional questions regarding fees, logistics, or other matters? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions about the workshop? Contact director Linda Pearse at email@example.com