SFEMS Children's Music Discovery Workshop
(ARS Workshop Member)
July 29-August 3, 2012 (day camp)
A Midsummer Night's Dream
Director: Letitia Berlin
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photo by Amy Luper
A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Early music and Renaissance social history
for young people from ages 7 to 15. Study the music and dance of
England in Shakespeare’s time. Beginners to advanced students are
welcome. Instruction includes mixed ensembles, musicianship,
Renaissance dance, crafts, games and a production of a Shakespearean
play! Friday night theater project presentation and student recital,
with a delicious potluck feast.
photo by Amy Luper
Featuring recorder faculty Louise Carslake. Other faculty:
Tish Berlin, musicianship; Shula Kleinerman, theater project and
dance; Carla Moore, violin and viola; Farley Pearce, cello and
viola da gamba; Yuko Tanaka, harpsichord.
For adults during the workshop: a special music history/listening
course, "Baroque and Beyond: the Music of Telemann and his Successors,"
which will be presented by John Prescott, M-F 9:30-Noon.
Watch this space for more details.
Please note this is a day camp. Out-of-town students, please contact
the director regarding accommodations with host families. Some
financial aid available.
Louise Carslake, recorder
Carla Moore, violin/viola
Farley Pearce, cello/viola da gamba
Yuko Tanaka, harpsichord
Shula Kleinerman, theater project and dance
Tish Berlin, director and musicianship
Crowden Center for Music in the Community
1475 Rose St. (at Sacramento)
For more information, please contact
Tish Berlin, Director:
Please check our website later, as we will keep updating it with more information.
Last updated 02/11/2012.
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