Recorder Workshop, July 18 – 24, 2010
Music from the Royal Courts of Europe
Directors: Rotem Gilbert and
Hanneke van Proosdij
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Experience the glory and magnificence of music that enchanted Europe's
royalty for hundreds of years. Music by Handel, Byrd, and Dufay will
be the focus. Classes are offered for intermediate and advanced players,
amateurs and professionals, ensemble players and soloists, conductors
and music teachers. Fill your days with recorder ensembles, technique,
Renaissance consort, recorder orchestra, master class, concerts,
lectures, and more. Explore medieval, Renaissance, baroque,
contemporary, and world music in small classes with world-class
teachers. Develop your recorder technique and ensemble skills while
working with master teachers in an inspiring and supportive atmosphere.
Bring your ensemble (minimum of five players) and be guaranteed a daily
Please apply before March 1.
Enrollment for the Recorder Workshop is now closed.
If you would like to be on a waiting list, please
email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will accept names from the waiting list in the order received and
will let you know as soon as there is an opening.
Faculty this year will include the internationally known Dutch
recorder player Saskia Coolen as leader of the recorder orchestra.
We welcome two well-loved Bay Area instructors: recorder player
Louise Carslake and percussionist Peter Maund,
a specialist in medieval hand drumming. Israeli virtuoso recorder
player Daphna Mor, an advocate of contemporary, popular, and
world music, will join us from New York City, and sackbut and recorder
player Greg Ingles will be arriving from Boston.
Finally, our new directors Hanneke van Proosdij and Rotem Gilbert
will bring their own expertise in a wide range of music.
Due to our record enrollment we are happy to welcome Eileen Hadidian to our
We are located on a quiet campus one block from the Rockridge BART
(Bay Area Rapid Transit)
St.Albertís Priory offers
comfortable classrooms, private dorm rooms,
a serene courtyard,
and a beautiful church with splendid acoustics for our student and faculty
Surrounded by beautiful gardens, we are secluded from the outside world
yet only blocks
away from our favorite coffee shops,
restaurants, and grocery store in Oakland's Rockridge neighborhood.
Workshop Fees and Online Enrollment
[Enrollment is now closed]
The fee for the Recorder workshop is $445 for enrollment by May 1,
$495 for enrollment received after May 1. Discounts are available for
SFEMS members and for enrollment in more than one workshop. Room and board at
St. Albert's Priory is $335,
single occupancy only. All details are on the
online enrollment page.
Mark your calendars now for the SFEMS Recorder workshop.
Enroll before May 1 and save!
We look forward to seeing you at the workshop!
If you have any questions, please contact
Last updated 06/25/2010.
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