7-9 Novembre 2014
La masterclass, aperta a tutti gli strumenti, si concentrerà sullo studio del repertorio vocale e strumentale dell’Ars Nova Italiana.
Venerdì 7 Novembre
Sabato 8 Novembre
Domenica 9 Novembre
Le date per il secondo incontro verranno annunciate durante il seminario
Costo iscrizione: 180€, 120€ (uditori)
Informazioni e iscrizione: email@example.com
“Italian 14th century repertoire”
Open course for medieval keyboards (organetto, clavisimbalum), string instruments (lute, harp, fiddle), wind instruments (recorders, alta capella), percussion players…
Friday 7 November
Saturday 8 November
Sunday 9 November
In addition to their own repertoire, the organisation will send to the students a selection of pieces to be performed during the course.
Born in Barcelona (Spain), musical director and researcher, Guillermo Pérez is an internationally recognized organetto player developing an unusual career in the field of early music. His interest in the instrumental repertoires from the 14th and 15th centuries led to the foundation and artistic direction of Tasto Solo.
During the past teen years he has been working regularly with prestigious specialized ensembles including Mala Punica, Micrologus, The Unicorn Ensemble and Diabolus in Musica, recording awarded CDs for Naïve, Ricercar, Zig-Zag Territoires, Passacaille, Aeon, RaumKlang, Ligia and Pneuma labels as well as for radio broadcasting and television. He has performed in most part of European festivals and concerts venues.
Living in France since 2002 he’s currently teaching medieval music and organetto performance in Toulouse-Le Miral University and the Centre Itinérant de Recherche sur les Musiques Anciennes in Moissac. As a fellow of the Güell Foundation he follows the programme “Ars Nova in Europe” researching and preparing new articles about the Robertsbridge, Buxheimer and Lochamer manuscripts. He also lectures and offers workshops at main institutions including the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, Vienna, Moscow and Orsay Conservatoires, Academia de Órgano Julián de la Orden, Essen Folkwang Universität der Künste, Centro Studi Europeo di Musica Medievale Adolfo Broegg…
At present, Guillermo Pérez is developing new soloist projects, working on late medieval keyboard schools and expanding the organetto repertoires until the early Renaissance period
Student fee: 180€, 120€ (listeners)
Informations and application: firstname.lastname@example.org
Il prof. David Fallows inaugurerà il V Corso Internazionale con una conferenza dal titolo “Performing Aragonese music of the 15th century in the 21st century” il 28 Luglio alle 19.00 presso l’auditorium del Centro Studi Adolfo Broegg. La conferenza si terrà in Inglese con traduzione in italiano.0
Lute music and iconography in paintings of the Italian Renaissance is the focus of an intimate one-week course in the beautiful hilltop town of Spello, near Assisi, at the Centro Studi Europeo musica medievale Adolfo Broegg. Daily private lute lessons (all levels welcome), guided trips to study music iconography in Assisi, Perugia and Monte Oliveto (Siena), and a recital by Crawford Young, are offered within the setting of a virtual paradise of medieval and Renaissance art, Italian cuisine and Umbrian landscape. Ensembles are also welcome for coaching of 16th – 15th – 14th c. repertoire.
PLUS, as an option for those who wish to arrive two-to-three three days early: experience the magic of the world- renowned Kalendimaggio festival of Assisi celebrating the local medieval heritage in an unforgettable three-day competition of historical music drama and pageant.
Where and when: 11 – 16 May 2014 Centro Studi Europeo di musica medievale Adolfo Broegg
Spello, Italy (map)
Tuition: € 600. ($800.) includes daily private lessons, master classes, three guided iconography field trips, concert admission
Accomodation: choose between lower or higher budget options, with or without meals, with or without Kalendimaggio add-on; non-musician partners are welcome.
Travel: organized by participant.
Sun 11: Lute course
Mon 12: Lute course
Tues 13: Iconography trip
Wed 14: Morning Break, Lute Course in the afternoon
Thurs 15: Lute Course
Fri 16: Lute Course
Faculty: Crawford Young
How to apply: please send an email to email@example.com for further information and an application form.
What a wonderful week – I cannot thank
you enough for hosting this!! (student, Musica e Arte in Umbria 2013)
Il Centro Studi “Adolfo Broegg” ospiterà nel 2014 due nuove sessioni di studio dedicate alla monodia italiana del XIV Secolo (incluse le famose istampitte dal codice London 29987, il codice Rossi e i compositori del trecento fiorentino) riguardanti la performance, il contesto del repertorio, l’analisi e la messa in relazione con la polifonia dell’Ars Nova
I seminari sono aperti a musicisti e cantanti principianti e avanzati e agli uditori. Un posto speciale sarà occupato dallo studio degli strumenti a tastiera medievali, dal punto di vista della tecnica e dell’interpretazione.
PRIMA SESSIONE: 21-23 Febbraio 2014
SECONDA SESSIONE: 4-6 Aprile 2014
Costo iscrizione: 180 euro (una sessione), 330 euro (due sessioni), 150 euro (uditori)
Informazioni ed iscrizione: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Centro Studi Adolfo Broegg will host in 2014 two new sessions dedicated to the Italian 14th century monodic pieces (including the well-known istampitte from London 29987, Rossi Codex and Florentine trecento composers) researching in practical-performance, repertoire context, analysis and relations with Italian Ars Nova polyphony.
These seminars are open to beginners and advanced players/singers in addition to everyone with interest as a listener to deepen the knowledge in Italian 14th century music. The sessions will give a special place to medieval keyboard instruments, including technique and performance aspects.
BLOCK I: 21-23 February 2014
BLOCK II: 4-6 April 2014
Tuition Fees: 180 eur (1 Block), 330 euro (2 Blocks), 150 eur (listeners)
Info and application: email@example.com
Born in Barcelona (Spain), Guillermo Pérez is an internationally recognized organetto player. Director and researcher, his interest in the instrumental repertoires of the 14th and 15th centuries led to the foundation and artistic direction of the ensemble Tasto Solo devoted to keyboard music before 1500. Since last teen years he has also been working regularly with prestigious specialized groups including Mala Punica (Italy), Micrologus (Italy), The Unicorn Ensemble (Austria) and Diabolus in Musica (France). He has been performing in most port of top Early Music European festivals and recording awarded CDs for Naïve, Ricercar, Zig-Zag Territoires, Passacaille, Aeon, RaumKlang, Ligia and Pneuma labels as well as for radio broadcasting and television.
Living in the south of France, he’s currently teaching medieval music in Toulouse University and organetto and medieval music performance at the Centro Studi Europeo di Musica Medievale Adolfo Broegg. As a fellow of the Güell Foundation he follows the programme “Ars Nova in Europe” researching and preparing new articles about the Robertsbridge, Buxheimer and Lochamer manuscripts. He also lectures and offers workshops at main institutions including the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, Vienna, Moscow and Orsay Conservatoires, Academia de Órgano Julián de la Orden, Essen Folkwang Universität der Künste, Centre Itinérant de Recherche sur les Musiques Anciennes in Moissac…
At present, Guillermo Pérez is developing new soloist projects, working on late medieval keyboard schools with Tasto Solo, doing organological reconstruction projects with the Italian maker Walter Chinaglia, and expanding the organetto repertoires-research until the early Renaissance.0