Accademia del Ricercare | International Early Music Course 2017
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International Early Music Course 2017

The International Early Music Course will take place in Romano Canavese from July 26 to August 2, 2017 offering lessons tailored for every kind of musician, from amateurs, students to professionals. Recorder pioneer Walter van Hauwe will hold a masterclass for advanced students, together with Dorothee Oberlinger, world-renowned performer and professor at the Mozarteum University in Salzburg. Students are offered a vast range of period instrument classes, from wind instruments such as recorder, traverso, baroque oboe and clarinet to strings and harpsichord. Ensemble classes of Renaissance Consort, Chamber Music, Improvisation and Vocal Ensemble are also part of the study programme. A series of workshops and concerts are meant to give students valuable information on historical performance practice and to expand their knowledge of the ever-changing world of early music.

TUTORS

Walter van Hauwe
Recorder Masterclass

ADVANCED LEVEL
26.07 – 02.08.17

Dorothee Oberlinger
Recorder Masterclass

ADVANCED LEVEL
26.07 – 31.07.17

Manuel Staropoli
Lorenzo Cavasanti
Recorder and Transverse Flute

Paolo Faldi
Baroque Oboe

Massimiliano Limonetti
Baroque and Classical Clarinet

Roberto Balconi
Singing

30.07 – 02.08.17

Igor Cantarelli
Baroque Violin

Daniele Bovo
Baroque Cello

Luca Taccardi
Viola da gamba

Ugo Nastrucci
Lute, Theorbo and Baroque Guitar

Claudia Ferrero
Harpsichord and Continuo

Gianmaria Bonino
Fortepiano

27.07 – 02.08.17

Giuliana Casagrande *
Early Dance

27.07 – 02.08.17
ENSEMBLE CLASSES

Renaissance Consort
Recorder Consort
Vocal Ensemble
Improvisation
Chamber Music
Early Dance *

EXHIBITION
29.07 – 01.08.17

Instruments Exhibition

Luca De Paolis (LDP Recorders)
Renaissance and Baroque recorders

Ralf Netsch
Renaissance and Baroque recorders

Ettore Losini (Bani)
Early clarinets

Massimo Enrico (Liuteria Canavesana)
Renaissance and Irish flutes

Bizzi Clavicembali
Harpsichords and fortepianos

31.07 – 01.08.17

Endre Pasztor
Renaissance recorders

31.07.17

Gesti by Luciano Berio
A Celebration

Lecture by Walter van Hauwe

CONCERTS
26.07.17
ROMANO CANAVESE

The Classical Sonata

28.07.17
ROMANO CANAVESE

Ensemble Curillis
Musica preferita con molti strumenti

29.07.17
ROMANO CANAVESE

Sonatas, Ciacconas and Grounds between London and Paris
Closing concert of the recorder consort workshop

30.07.17
CANDIA CANAVESE

The Art of Rhetoric
From the Baroque to the Classical era

02.08.17
ROMANO CANAVESE

A Musical Journey between the Renaissance and the Baroque Eras
Students’ Concert

YOUNG TALENTS

The Young Talents Programme allows students of the International Early Music Course to take part to future editions of Antiqua as guest musicians and to be granted a residency with their own ensemble or a scholarship to cover all fees and expences. A panel of tutors will decide at the end of the course the eligible students.

Are you an instrument maker and are you interested in showcasing your work during the Course?
Drop us a line to know how to participate to the exhibition!

RULES AND APPLICATION

You can register by 01.07.17 means of the online form or by downloading the application form and sending it to corso@accademiadelricercare.com together with a payment proof of the membership fee. 10% discount on the tuition fee and a free tote bag for early bird applications before 01.06.17. 10% discount for complementary instruments on the tuition fee of the second instrument.

Membership Fee: € 60,00 (not refundable)
Tuition Fee: € 290,00 (€ 190,00 passive students)
Singing: € 150,00
Renaissance Consort, Improvisation, Early Dance: € 100,00 *
Chamber Music, Vocal Consort: € 190,00 *
* free for active students

Payment Details:
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ACCOMMODATION

The Course takes place in Romano Canavese, a few Kms from Torino. As for board and lodging students can choose between a number of options including 8 overnights and 15 meals in private or hotel rooms.

Private Accommodation: € 280.00
Double and triple rooms (limited number)

Hotel Arcadia and Hotel Gardenia (three-star): € 360.00
Rooms up to four people

Relais Villa Matilde: information upon request
Double and triple rooms