Music Discovery Workshop, August 1-6, 2010
Travel to 17th Century France and England with the Three
Director: Tish Berlin
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Our day camp magically transports young people to the 17th century by
blending music and social history while bringing life and drama to the
study of music. Instruction includes recorder, harpsichord, strings,
chamber music, musicianship, crafts, costumemaking, outdoor games,
Beginners to advanced students welcome.
Come to the 2010 Music Discovery Workshop, a summer day camp for young people
exploring the music and culture of the Baroque! Join the Music
Discovery Musketeer Cadets as we swashbuckle our way through
life and music in 17th century France and
England. Intrigue in the French and English courts provides fascinating
fodder for our play, with baroque dance and music and the famous swordplay
of the Musketeers!
We will be in residence at the
Crowden Center for Music in
in Berkeley for the week of August 1-6.
Our schedule includes
an evening orientation and faculty presentation on Sunday, August 1,
classes from 9 to 3 Monday to Friday, and
the theater project and student recital Friday evening,
followed by a delicious potluck feast.
In addition to working with Theater Project Director Allison Rolls
in an exploration of life with the Musketeers,
your children can study cello or viola da gamba with
violin with Carla Moore,
recorder with Vida Bateau and
and harpsichord with Ron McKean.
Child-friendly theory and musicianship classes, baroque dance class,
crafts, and outdoor games round out the curriculum.
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Daily after-camp care can be arranged by prior agreement with one of our assistants.
Back by popular request: a class for adults on
Handel and His World, led
by John Prescott. Drop your children off at camp and go to class!
We hope your child will be able to join us for a wonderful week of musical discoveries.
The fee for the Music Discovery Workshop is $385 for enrollment received
before May 1, $415 for enrollment received May 1 or later.
Discounts are available for additional family
members. All details are on the
online enrollment page.
If you have any questions, please contact
Tish Berlin, Director:
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