Amherst Early Music Festival Online
7/8/2022 - 7/10/2022
11 AM, 1 PM, and 3PM EDT
Event Type(s)
Online Event
Event Description
Join AEM from wherever you are, July 8, 9, and 10 for any mix you like of three class sessions per day (11:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. ET), and a lecture (FREE) by Yvonne Kendall on Spanish influences in 16th century dance. List of classes is below,  complete class descriptions are on our website.
Online Festival Faculty: Giulia Genini, Annette Bauer. Gwyn Roberts, Nina Stern, Mary Springfels, Dorothy Olsson, Julie Iwasa,, Yvonne Kendall, Karen Cook, Shira Kammenk and Pamela Dellal.

Saturday, July 8
“Imitar L’Humana Voce” with Giulia Genini
Fortuna Desperata with Annette Bauer
The 5-Part Sinfonie of Leonora Duarte, with Gwyn Roberts

Sunday, July 9
Discovering the French Baroque: Duets by Hotteterre, Philidor, Boismortier, with Nina Stern
Music for the White King, with Mary Springfels
The Majestic Passacaille, with Dorothy Olsson and Julie Iwasa
¡Viva España!: Spain Takes Its Rightful Place in Dance History, Lecture by Yvonne Kendall
5:00 - 6:30 p.m. ET / 4:00 - 5:30 p.m. Pacific / 2:00 - 3:30 p.m. Pacific

Sunday, July 10
Spain, Sweden, and Saudades: Villancicos from Iberia and the New World, with Karen Cook
Music of Shakespeare's Plays, with Shira Kammen
Mad for Madrigals - Italian Madrigals “English’d”, with Pamela Dellal
See the complete class descriptions, and sign up here!
Contact Person
Classes are $25 each, and the lecture is free. We'll send out an email with a link to a website for each class about one week in advance where you can find the class materials, and where the Zoom link will be posted at class time. After class, visit this website to access the class recording for the following week.

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