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« Sunday June 23, 2013 »
Start: 4:00 pm
End: 4:00 am
The Twin Cities Early Music Festival brings together singers and musicians from Minnesota and beyond specialized in the performance of music from the Renaissance through the Classical period.
Start: 7:00 pm
End: 10:00 pm


Start: 5:52 am
End: 5:52 am
The internationally renowned faculty, headed by the members of the Oberlin Baroque Ensemble, Michael Lynn, Marilyn McDonald, Catharina Meints, and Webb Wiggins, will again lead daily masterclasses and ensemble coachings. Faculty and student concerts promise to offer memorable listening and music-making experiences, lectures, and informal open discussions to stimulate the intellect.
Start: 5:00 am
End: 12:00 am
Traverso masterclasses, chamber class and private lessons at all levels. Stephen Preston wil teach the masterclasses for advanced players every morning and evening as well as lead a historical dance class on the opening evening of June 22.
Start: 2:00 pm
End: 3:30 pm
Ludus Danielis or "The Play of Daniel") was written by students at the Beauvais Cathedral in France some time between 1227-1234 and is one of the earliest examples of what we now call opera.  San Francisco Renaissance Voices' Assistant Music Director, Katherine McKee, will conduct this semi-staged production and will be joined by members of our dance troupe and an exciting
Start: 3:06 pm
End: 3:06 pm
World Fellowship Early Music Week is an intimate, non-competitive early music program where you can share your joy in music-making, hone your musical skills with support and encouragement of brilliant professionals, and enjoy a spectacular natural setting.  Small structured groups averaging 4 to 5; large ensembles; and daily sessions of Feldenkrais body work.