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« Saturday June 29, 2013 »
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: 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.
Start: 7:00 pm
End: 5:00 pm
Chamber-music making and public performance for musicians of all ages and technical levels in an intensive yet non-competitive environment. Experienced chamber musicians enjoy the challenge of an intense coaching and performance schedule; those of most advanced musical levels may perform along with the coaches at concerts.
Start: 8:00 am

Washington Early Music Festival presents a Gala Benefit Concert.


"...extraordinatry, evocative and often riveting music from some of the area'a most interesting performers." -- Washington Post Review of 2011 Gala Concert

Start: 8:00 pm
End: 9:30 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 o
Start: 8:00 pm
End: 10:00 pm
Soprano extraordinaire, Dominique Labelle, returns for this dynamic concert, with the combined forces of Laura Jeppesen, viola da gamba, Catherine Liddell, theorbo, baroque trumpeter, Josh Cohen, and an orchestra led by Daniel Stepner.