Accademia d'Amore

Aug 11 2011
Aug 21 2011

Location(s)

Cornish College of the Arts
Kerry Hall 710 East Roy Street
Seattle, WA, 98102
United States
See map: Google Maps
Performers and/or Faculty: 

Stephen Stubbs musical director

Stage Directors: Guillaume Bernardi, Grant Herreid, Roger Hyams, Anna Mansbridge

Musical coaches:Stephen Stubbs (musical director), Nancy Zylstra ( voice) Margriet Tindemans (viola da gamba and continuo) Maxine Eilander (harp and continuo), Elizabeth Brown (lute, baroque guitar and continuo), Jillon Stoppels Dupree (harpsichord and continuo)


The 2011 Accademia d'Amore offers 30 advanced singers, 9 continuo players, 4 dancers and 4 stage assistants the opportunity to work on musical and dramatic aspects of 17th century vocal repertoire with a faculty of world renowned specialists. Founded by Seattle native Stephen Stubbs, Accademia attendees have gone on to successful careers in baroque opera in Europe, the US, and Canada.This 10 day workshop will include movement/gesture classes, baroque dance, group and solo work on operatic scenes as well as private coachings. The week's activities will lead up to two fully staged, public performances on the evenings of August 19, 20 at the Cornish College of the Arts. Repertoire will be chosen based on the applications submitted.
Presented By: 
Pacific MusicWorks
Phone: 
206 913 2073
Pricing
Cost: 
singers $750, continuo players $750, dancers $450, stage assistants $450
Discount to EMA Members: 
No
Contact Person: 
Maxine Eilander
Contact Address: 
1525 NE Elshin Place
Contact City: 
Seattle
Contact State/Province: 
WA
Contact Zip/Postal Code: 
98125
Contact Phone Number: 
206.913.2073
Contact Email: 
maxine@pacificmusicworks.org