Period Performance Workshop

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Period Performance Workshop

August 16 - August 18

$250

Baroque Music Montana presents a three day workshop for modern and baroque performers, exploring historic style and general musicianship in beautiful downtown Bozeman, Montana. Events include chamber music, orchestra, lectures, masterclasses, technique classes, and concerts. The 2024 theme is “Languages of Improvisation,” exploring 17th and 18th c. improvisatory forms and ornamentation, with a supplementary focus on Alexander Technique.

Eligibility: Students, amateur, and professional players of violin, viola, cello, wind instruments, keyboard instruments, and guitar or lute with at least four years playing experience and adequate reading skills. Viols, singers, and other instruments admitted by request. Professional players and high school students may have a separate class, contingent upon registration. Open to players of both baroque and modern instruments.

Details

Start:
August 16
End:
August 18
Cost:
$250
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Website:
https://baroquemusicmontana.org/period-performance-workshop/

Organizer

Baroque Music Montana
Phone
406-585-9774
Email
info@baroquemusicmontana.com
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Other

Contact Name
Caroline M Krause
Contact Phone
4065993397
Contact Email
carriekrause20000@gmail.com
Additional Cost(s)
$35 per 30 minute lesson
Performers/Faculty
Carrie Krause, baroque violin, Manami Mizumoto, baroque violin, Phoebe Carrai, baroque cello, John Lenti, theorbo, Janet See, baroque flutes

Venue

First Presbyterian Church of Bozeman
26 W. Babcock
Bozeman, MT 59718 United States
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Phone
4065993397

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