Mountain Collegium Early Music & Folk Music Workshop

Jun 30 2013
Jul 6 2013

Location(s)

Western Carolina University
Cullowhee, NC, 28723
United States
See map: Google Maps
Performers and/or Faculty: 
Jody Miller, director/recorder; others include Gwyn Roberts (flute/recorder), Anne Timberlake (recorder), Pat Petersen (recorder/early winds), Gail Ann Schroeder (viol), Erik Schmalz (sackbut and other louds), Lorraine Hammond (harp and folk music), Martha Bishop (viol), Jack Ashworth (viol), Lisle Kulbach (viol/recorder), John Maschinot (folk music), and Valerie Austin (recorder).

The Smoky Mountains provide the backdrop for Mountain Collegium.  Comfortable accommodations & classrooms are in an air-conditioned, non-smoking dorm (double/single occupancy) with free internet.  Many meals are catered.  This informal yet intensive workshop offers study of early & folk music, focusing on recorder, viol, voice, & other early instruments.  Classes include technique, improvisation, & a variety of consorts and repertoire.  Other classes include folk, Appalachian, Celtic, Sephardic, & contemporary music.  Small classes and easy access to faculty create a friendly and relaxed experience. Four periods each day provide options for loud band, singing, baroque flute, pennywhistle, dulcimer, & harp.  Students will have an eclectic experience that brings them back year after year.  Free time allows for informal music making, such as group playing and country dancing with a live band.  A faculty concert and an informal student recital top off the week.
Presented By: 
Mountain Collegium Early Music Workshop
Phone: 
404-314-1891
Pricing
Cost: 
$460 (based on 2012 workshop; subject to change)
Discount to EMA Members: 
No
Description of Discounts: 
Work-study scholarships available
Contact Person: 
Jody Miller
Contact Address: 
1029 Hedge Lane
Contact City: 
Marietta
Contact State/Province: 
GA
Contact Zip/Postal Code: 
30066
Contact Country: 
USA
Contact Phone Number: 
404-314-1891
Contact Email: 
recorder96@aol.com