Sonoma State University
1801 East Cotati AvenueRohnert Park
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Performers and/or Faculty:
Linda Pearse (firstname.lastname@example.org
Adam Knight Gilbert, recorder; Sand Dalton, baroque oboe; Kathleen Kraft, baroque flute; Kati Kyme, baroque violin and orchestra; Rita Lilly, voice; Anna Marsh, baroque bassoon; Linda Pearse, baroque trombone; Mary Springfels, viola da gamba; William Skeen, baroque cello; Peter Sykes, harpsichord.
Music from the Habsburg Court
This summer we will explore the music and influence of the Habsburg Courts in works by such composers as Georg Muffat, J.H. Schmelzer, Antonio Bertali, G.B. Buonamente, J.J. Fux, and Antonio Caldara. Daily master classes (instrumental and vocal) offer each participant the opportunity to hone technical and musical skills. We offer elective classes for recorder, baroque oboe, baroque flute, baroque bassoon, violin/viola, cello, viola da gamba, harpsichord/organ, and voice. Each participant will have the opportunity to work in a small ensemble with
a coach with the goal of performing at week’s end. Evening activities include faculty performances, lecture-demonstrations, and Concerto Evening (when participants can perform a concerto movement with orchestra). The Baroque Workshop welcomes players of all levels and experience.
The San Francisco Early Music Society
Tuition $545 ($595 after April 30). Room & board $625, room only no meals $545
Discount to EMA Members:
Description of Discounts:
$10 for EMA, SFEMS, ARS members. Some scholarships available from Early Music America, American Recorder Society and the SFEMS Baroque Workshop