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: 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.