American Recorder Society - Event Information

Event Name:Winter Weekend Workshop
Event Type(s):Workshop

Zamboni Project
Julianne Baird and Richard Stone, co-directors
18th-century four-part madrigals by Giovanni Zamboni alongside settings of the same verses by earlier composers, including Monteverdi, d'India and Stradella. Auditions for singers due December 1st. Details on website.

Recorder faculty: Heloise Degrugillier, Eric Haas, Valerie Horst, Patricia Petersen, Wendy Powers, Gwyn Roberts.

Recorder Master Classes There will be two great master classes for recorder this year. Heloise Degrugillier will teach the early morning master class and Gwyn Roberts will teach the early afternoon master class. You can sign up to play or to audit for one or both. This is an unbeatable opportunity to learn from two of the best recorder teachers in the US!

Project for Baroque Orchestra
Gwyn Roberts, Director; Cynthia Roberts, concertmaster
Music for a Royal Wedding, by Johann Helmich Roman, "the Swedish Handel"
Music from Drottningholm for the 1744 wedding of Swedish Crown Prince Adolf Frederick and Princess Louise Ulrike of Prussia.
For strings and Baroque winds. A=415. No audition necessary

Viol Intensive with Sarah Cunningham. Marin Marais - Lessons from an 18th Century Master. See website to apply. 

Harpsichord Studio with
Kathryn Cok and Leon Schelhase 

Renaissance Reeds with Wouter Verschuren
Baroque Dance Project
Dorothy Olsson and Kaspar D. Mainz, directors
La Medicis and La Passepieds et la Contredanse 18th century choreographies by Feuillet.

Event Date:1/18/2019 - 1/21/2019
Location:historic Philadelphia and Rutgers-Camden
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