Courses 2020

22 - 24 May: early harps course in Rangendingen (De)

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CANCELLED - due to the current situation, we have had to cancel the course for this year. We will meet with renewed energy in 2021!

20 - 24 July: course on medieval music performance in Lleida (Es)
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CHANGE COVID-19: the course will take place online during the whole month of July!

Course dedicated to the performance of monophonic and polyphonic repertoires composed between 1100 and 1300.
The online course offers 5 different combinations of individual and / or collective lessons, all informations are on our website!
Knowledge of music is necessary to attend but the course can be taken with or without previous experience of medieval music!
No medieval instrument at home? There is also the possibility to take the individual lessons on a more modern instrument and work on style. Don't hesitate to get in touch with us, we will discuss the best possibilities together.

Group classes: English and Spanish Individual classes: language agreed with the teacher

17 - 23 August: « Settimana Musicale del Trecento », Arezzo (It)
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We plan on maintaining the course! If you are interested don't hesitate to get in touch with us - we will of course keep you informed of any developments.

The third international study week of Trecento music will be held in the city of Arezzo from August 12th to 20th 2018. A specialized course in medieval music under the expert guidance of Kees Boeke (Ensemble Tetraktys, fiddle, recorder ), Claudia Caffagni (Ensemble laReverdie, medieval lute, medieval notation), Jill Feldman (voice) and Claire Piganiol (medieval harps, portative organ).
We offer courses in fourteenth-century musical notation, analysis and use of instrumentation, with special emphasis on the relationship between poetic text and music. On a practical level, courses are held for medieval ensemble including voice, medieval lute and harp, fiddle, organetto and recorders.
The week will take place in the Locanda di San Pier Piccolo, a former Benedictine monastery, in the heart of the city of Guido Monaco.