THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA SCHOOL OF MUSIC’S LUISE E. PEAKE MUSIC & CULTURE COLLOQUIUM SERIES AND THE AMERICAN RECORDER SOCIETY’S COLUMBIA RECORDER COLLECTIVE PRESENT
A Recorder Workshop with Adam Gilbert
Saturday, September 9, 2017
2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
University of South Carolina School of Music, Room 006
FREE event; space is limited.
Pre-register at ColaRecorder@gmail.com
“Henricus Isaac and Music Symbolism” for recorders and Renaissance wind consort; advanced beginners, intermediate, and advanced players are welcome.
University of South Carolina School of Music Columbia, SC
Adam will also be performing Friday evening, Sept. 8, with Columbia Baroque and will be presenting a lecture-demonstration as part of the Luise Peake Colloquium Series on that Friday early afternoon. All three events will be held at the USC School of Music building.
Adam Gilbert is Associate Professor of Musicology and Director of the Early Music Program at the University of Southern California. One of the premiere international players of the Renaissance shawm, Dr. Gilbert is a popular recorder instructor and currently serves as director of the San Francisco Early Music Society Medieval & Renaissance Workshop. He is the director of Ciaramella, an ensemble specializing in ﬁfteenth-century music, and is a recipient of the American Musicological Society’s Noah Greenberg Award and Early Music America’s Thomas Binkley Award.
For more information and/or to reserve a place in the workshop, contact ColaRecorder@gmail.com