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Come to the 2011 Music Discovery Workshop, a summer day camp for kids
exploring the music and culture of the Renaissance. Join the Music Discovery
campers as we explore life and music in 15th century Italy with our
guide Leonardo da Vinci, THE Renaissance man!
Take classes in violin, recorder, harpsichord, viola da gamba, and cello. Dance the basse danse, act in a play, make da Vinci-inspired crafts, have a great week!
|Our week at the Crowden Center for Music in the Community starts with an orientation and faculty concert on Sunday evening, July 31. The fun continues with classes from 9-3 Monday to Friday and ends with a performance by the classes and the theater project and a sumptuous potluck feast on Friday evening.|
|In addition to working with Theater Project Director Allison Rolls in an exploration of life in 15th century Italy, your children can study cello or viola da gamba with Farley Pearce, violin with Carla Moore, recorder with Louise Carslake, and harpsichord with Yuko Tanaka. Child-friendly theory and musicianship classes, Renaissance dance class, crafts, and outdoor games round out the curriculum.|
Download a brochure to see more details or to register by mail.
Daily after-camp care can be arranged by prior agreement with one of our assistants.
Back by popular request: a music history/listening class for adults by John Prescott, topic to be announced. 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 $400 for enrollment received by May 2, $430 for enrollment received May 3 or later. Discounts are available for additional family members. All details are on the online enrollment page.
Once again, John Prescott will be giving his popular series of lectures for adults while the
Music Discovery Workshop is in session. This year's subject is
"The Music of Johann Sebastian Bach." All interested adults are welcome.
Check back here later for further details.
Crowden Center for Music in the Community, Berkeley, CA
Info: Britt Ascher 925-283-7134; firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any questions, please contact
Tish Berlin, Director: email@example.com, 510-559-4670
Last updated 03/24/2011.