Start: 3:45 pm
End: 6:46 pm
The mission of the Boulder Bach Festival is to celebrate the music of Johann Sebastian Bach by providing high quality performances and educational opportunities that will not only satisfy those who already love Bach’s music, but will also introduce Bach’s music to others. It is the vision of the Boulder Bach Festival board of directors that the BBF be the premier festival in the Rocky Mountai
Start: 12:08 pm
End: 12:08 pm
This workshop will introduce the tools and methods of bowmaking. Award winning bowmaker David Hawthorne will demonstrate the making of a complete baroque bow, and students will have benches to try out the techniques they have seen and heard discussed, with supervision and help.
Start: 12:00 am
End: 12:00 am
A unique opportunity to explore baroque and classical music and dance - with instruction by leading performers and scholars of this repertoire, in an intimate, highly personal and supportive setting.
Start: 2:29 pm
End: 2:29 pm
For: singers (soloists and highly experienced choral singers), instrumentalists (baroque strings, recorder, flute, baroque oboe and bassoon, harpsichord / organ, theorbo, baroque trumpet; period instruments only, tuning pitch 415 Hz) Also for Baroque dancers, taught by Dorothée Wortelboer, working on original choreographies of L'Abbé and Pecour; final concert at Castle Bechyně (Vokův sál)
Start: 2:34 pm
End: 2:34 pm
An inspirational week of music by Lassus, alongside music by others (including his pupils) which we know he conducted.
Start: 10:00 am
End: 5:00 am
This workshop gives singers, instrumental musicians, and dancers a unique opportunity in a relaxed, informal and fun-filled week to integrate the complementary elements of rhetoric, movement, and gesture in the performance baroque music working under the tutelage of the Cornish early music faculty.