Tallis Scholars Summer School USA

Jul 20 2013
Jul 27 2013


Seattle University
901 12th Avenue,
Seattle, WA, 98122
United States
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Performers and/or Faculty: 
  • Peter Phillips
  • Janet Coxwell
  • David Woodcock
  • Deborah Roberts

2013 Course Theme: "Chromatic Music in the time of Gesualdo (d. 1613)" The Course The Tallis Scholars Summer Schools are dedicated to exploring the great heritage of Renaissance choral music and developing a performance style appropriate to it, as pioneered by the Tallis Scholars. Under the direction of Peter Phillips and members of the Tallis Scholars, we work on concert and service repertoire in a variety of small and medium-sized groups. The week’s activities culminate in a Gala Concert by summer school participants, directed by Peter Phillips. The Setting The dynamic, global city of Seattle is a thriving hub of early music, providing the perfect setting for the Tallis Scholars Summer School in the USA. Located close to Seattle’s downtown core, Seattle University offers excellent facilities, both for music-making and comfortable living. St. James Cathedral offers both stunning acoustics and an outstanding liturgical and musical tradition.
Standard Tuition: $1550 (Student: $995) Tuition includes all lodging, meals, sheet music, private lesson and course activities. Commuter Tuition: $ 1100 (Student: $850) Tuition includes all lunches and dinners, sheet music, private lesson and course activities.
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Rebekah Gilmore
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PO Box 30931
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