Baroque Dance for Musicians

Baroque Dance for Musicians

Published:
December 28, 2017
The simple step, both in its natural and stylized forms, can deeply impact our general music making. When sculpting musical notes into gestures, for instance, think about how subtleties in bow (or air) speed and pressure can add variety and shape
Telemann 360º: Philadelphia Gives Telemann a Rousing Anniversary Celebration

Telemann 360º: Philadelphia Gives Telemann a Rousing Anniversary Celebration

Published:
September 1, 2017
The world is throwing a grand anniversary party this year for one of the most deserving and long-overlooked artists in Baroque music, Georg Philipp Telemann. Everyone seems to be celebrating Telemann’s 250th Deathiversary.
A group of violinists play intensely.

Berwick Academy Cultivates Young Period Players

Published:
May 12, 2017
Word is out. Young professional musicians looking for an edge in their game or an extra nudge for their career have jumped at the chance to audition for the Berwick Academy, the intensive education-cum-performance institute that is part of the Oregon Bach Festival.
EMAg: Piffaro Tilts at Musical Windmills

EMAg: Piffaro Tilts at Musical Windmills

Published:
September 9, 2016
Piffaro's interest in the music of Spain has been a touchstone over its thirty-plus years of operation. Presenting “The Musical World of Don Quixote” on October 8 and 9 will be a chance for the musicians to continue a long-time fascination with these Spanish treasure-troves—and to provide a worthy acknowledgement of the major role of music in one of the fundamental texts of all time.
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