Paul Leenhouts - Master Class for Recorder; "Reels, Jigs, Airs, & Laments"
Adam Gilbert - Early Winds (Ensemble Technique); Symbolism in Renaissance Music; Anno 1517 (Isaac)
Jack Ashworth - Oberon, Dido, and King Arthur; Isaac - Musician to Maximilian and the Medici
Miyo Aoki - You're On! Reading from Original Notation; Recycled Melodies (Good for you, Good for the Environment!)
Alison Melville - Spotlight on Van Eyck; Consort Music from the Underdogs (If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium)
Peter Seibert - The Language of Jazz
Ellen Seibert - Beginning Viol
Wendy Gillespie - A Time for Peace (Settings of Da pacem domino by Lassus, da Rore, Ferrabosco, and others)
Rotem Gilbert - Panciatichi 27 (a 15th c. Northern Italian manuscript of devotional sacred songs); Buzz Away! (German music for soft capped and uncapped reeds, and sackbuts)
Clea Galhano - Multicultural Melodies (World popular melodies in Renaissance, Baroque, and Contemporary music); Ave Maria Through Time
Joanna Blendulf - White and Lawes (6-part Anthems, and gorgeous Fantasias); Byrd Songs (for viol players - music from the 1611 collection)
Nina Stern - Music of the Trecento (arranging music from the 14th c. Faenza Codex by adding improvisations, harmony, and percussion); Introduction to Armenian Music (Medieval Chants, Traditional Dances, and Songs)
Consort Coaching! Vicki Boeckman, Wendy Gillespie, and Peter Seibert will be available to coach ensembles that are already established.