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Center Stage, December 2017: Claire Hammett

I have enjoyed getting to know a wide variety of harpsichord builders in the States and England, so I can understand best how to repair or regulate their instruments.  Knowing the performers is equally important so I can set a temperament they like and get the voicing to suit their technique.

Source: Early Music America. Published: December 5, 2017.

Summer Workshop Scholarship Reflection: Carter Tholl

Carter Tholl, right. Carter Tholl, soprano  Institute for 17th Century Music at Queens College, Baroque Opera Workshop I cannot speak highly enough about the level of instruction at the Baroque Opera Workshop at Queens College. Working with experts like Julianne Baird, Drew Minter, and Christa …

Source: Early Music America. Published: November 7, 2017.

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Center Stage, November 2017: Nick Jones

Nick Jones taught English literature at Oberlin College for forty years, specializing in Shakespeare, Milton, and the British Romantic poets. Recently retired and living in Berkeley, California, he and his wife Sue are avid participants in the East Bay early music community. Nick is a singer, violin …

Source: Early Music America. Published: November 7, 2017.

How Conductor Harry Bicket Gets A Modern Orchestra to Sound Period Perfect

“You have to be careful not to undermine the orchestra. But also in a very short space of time, you want them to sound good.” Bicket shared what’s in his “little box of tricks” to help musicians in modern orchestras sound period perfect.

Source: WFMT. Published: October 12, 2017.

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