Saturday 15 July 2017, Windsong Pavilion, Four Winds, Bermagui, NSW
The Renaissance was for musicians an era of discovery, innovation and exploration. In the Middle Ages vocal music was king, but in the 16th century instrumental music was on the rise because of the new importance of playing instruments as part of education, the popularity of dancing, the invention of new instruments and the experimentation of composers. At this workshop you will be able to learn and play dance music (eg, Playford, Santz) and sacred pieces (eg, Hassler, Schutz etc ).
Instruments: 440Hz pitch Recorders, other wind instruments (oboe/flute), strings (violin/cello/harp)
Tutor: Barbara Jerjen, Musician, Musicologist, Musical Director of the Canberra Recorder and Early Music Society.
9.00 - 5:00pm: Workshop
Dinner (optional): 6:30pm
$60 for the workshop
$10 if you wish to attend the Saturday dinner
Windsong Pavilion, Four Winds, Bermagui, NSW, 2546
For further information contact Kate Jorgenson email@example.com or on 0428135052
Come and enjoy a day playing beautiful music in the wonderful acoustics of the Windsong Pavilion!
PRESENTED IN COLLABORATION WITH THE CANBERRA RECORDER AND EARLY MUSIC SOCIETY