Amherst Early Music
Winter Weekend Workshop
January 16-19, 2015
Winter Weekend Workshop in Historic Philadelphia and the Rutgers-Camden Fine Arts Center
Directed by Heather Miller Lardin
with recorder virtuoso Marion Verbruggen
and core members of Tempesta di Mare
Tuition $275, Dance Tuition $220, Work-study tuition $160
Start the new year with energy and inspiration!
Recorder ensembles, viol consorts, masterclasses, oboe band, Baroque orchestra, early notation, historical dance, Renaissance reeds. Also, music of Josquin, Lasso, Dufay, the Regensburg Manuscript (AEM's new publication!) and Charpentier's beloved Messe de Minuit. Saturday and Sunday, end your afternoon with a large group playing session led by Matthew Glandorf, Lectures by Geoffrey Burgess, Friedrich von Huene and the Making of Early Music in a New World, or take a Baroque dance class!
Class list now available. Sign up early, some classes will close after January 8.
Download the Brochure!
Registration now open!
John Bailey, harpsichord Dorothy Olsson, historical dance
Julianne Baird, voice Adam Pearl, harpsichord
Marilyn Boenau, reeds Patricia Petersen, recorder and early notation
Geoffrey Burgess, Baroque oboe Wendy Powers, recorder
Matthew Glandorf, organ and harpsichord Mark Rimple, lute
Eric Haas, recorder Gwyn Roberts, recorder tempesta di mare
Valerie Horst, recorder and early notation Leon Schelhase, harpsichord
Kaspar D. Mainz, historical dance Mary Springfels, viol
Sandra Miller, Baroque flute Richard Stone, lute
Heather Miller Lardin, viol and double bass Lisa Terry, viol and cello
Emlyn Ngai, violin Marion Verbruggen, recorder