Upcoming Events

Saturday, January 6, 2018

PROJECT EUROPE-JAPAN

Bass recorder by Geri Bollinger; Photo Geri Bollinger

Concert
Saturday at 4 pm
Bilderhalle Gabi Paulsen
Uaasterstigh 66
25946 Nebel

 

NEW SOLO PROGRAM WITH RECORDER MUSIC FROM SIX CENTURIES

Giovanni Bassano, Aurelio Virgiliano, Yatsuhashi Kengyô, Jacob van Eyck, Georg Philipp Telemann, Frans Brüggen, Louis Andriessen, Makoto Shinohara, Tobias Jacob, Toru Takemitsu, Jesper Nordin, Isang Yun, Karel van Steenhoven, Fumiharu Yoshimine

Saturday, February 24, 2018

Orlande de Lassus 'Psalmi Davidis poenitentiales '

Photo: André Wagenzik

Weekend Workshop in Berlin
Saturday/Sunday 9am-5pm

The 'Psalmi Davidis poenitentiales ' of 1584 by Lassus are a highlight of sacred music. The poetry, also called Psalms of Confession, has been translated by the greatest poets and has been set to music by the greatest composers.

Saturday, April 21, 2018

A la dolc' ombra - Renaissance Recorder Consort

Renaissance Recorders by Klaus Scheele

Weekend Workshop in Berlin
Saturday/Sunday 9am-5pm

We'll be working with original vocal pieces to build up a consort sound and then work on the principals of ornamentation and diminution. This class is open to all recorder players who want to play in concort and who are able to play larger size instruments.

Friday, June 15, 2018

Lute Workshop with Lukas Henning - Polyphonic music to go

Renaissance Lute by Bob van de Kerckhove; Photo: André Wagenzik

Weekend Workshop in Berlin
Friday 7-10 pm // Saturday/Sunday 9am-5pm

The  Renaissance was the Golden Age of polyphonic music and the lute was its signature instrument. Therefore it comes hardly as a surprise that most lute music is of vocal origin: madrigals for four voices, motetts and masses were set in tabulature.

 

Saturday, July 14, 2018

CODEX FAENZA for instruments

Gothic harp - Photo: André Wagenzik

Weekend Workshop in Berlin
Saturday/Sunday 9am-5pm

Codex Faenza is a manuscript from about 1430 - 1440. Largely virtuosic instrumental paraphrases of Italian and French late 14th century music. Written for instruments with a range from B – f“ such as a Gothic organ, a clavicytherium or a clavichord, also players of Gothic harps and early lutes and viols are welcome.

Saturday, September 15, 2018

Johannes Ockeghem - Missa Prolationum

Renaissance Sackbut by Geert Jan van der Heide; Photo André Wagenzik

Weekend Workshop in Berlin
Saturday/Sunday 9am-5pm

Ockeghems masterpiece of Renaissance polyphonic composition, based on the alterration of time signatures. With his newly published transcription Clemens Goldberg gives us a tool, that makes it possible to tackle this work on a weekend workshop.

Saturday, October 27, 2018

Pierre Attaingnant - Vingt et sept chansons musicales a quatre parties (1533) for Renaissance Flute Consort

Renaissance Flute by Barbara Stanley - Photo: André Wagenzik

Weekend Workshop in Berlin
Saturday/Sunday 9am-5pm

One of the rare collections that features the early flute with wonderful music. In a four-part concort settings, it finds it's very special and delicate voice.

Saturday, November 17, 2018

Orlande de Lassus - Melancholia

King David - German Baroque Harp by Claus Huettel - Photo: André Wagenzik

Weekend Workshop in Berlin
Saturday/Sunday 9am-5pm

Music by Orlandus Lassus and William Byrd

We'll be working with vocal music, Lassus's Aphorisms of the 1604  Magnum Opus Musicum and larger Mass settings by Byrd.
This class is open to all singer and instrumentalists.