The 2020 edition of the International Early Music Course will take place in the beautiful town of Romano Canavese from July 27 to August 2. The course will focus on a more structured interaction between students and tutors, leading to numerous concerts and live performances during the whole week. Playing together with others is one the highest goals for an aspiring musician, then a solid training in chamber music becomes fundamental to reach that objective.
Considering that early music was essentially written for ensembles, the course directed by Manuel Staropoli will foster young ensembles and help students to gather and perform together. Established ensembles as well as musicians at every level — from amateur to professionals — are welcome to take part in the course, attending individual lessons on their instrument as well as ensemble classes as Renaissance consort, improvisation and early dance.
Baroque Violin & Orchestra
Viola da gamba – Viol consort – Violista in un giorno
Violone – Double Bass
Lute, theorbo and Baroque guitar
Continuo and harpsichord
Continuo and harpsichord / Recorder
Renaissance consort (open to every players)
Musical instruments and scores exhibition
Lecture by Kees Boeke
I Colori del Barocco – Teachers concert
Gioielli del barocco – Students concer
Il Barocco da scoprire – Final concert intermediate and advanced students
The Young Talents Programme allows students of the International Early Music Course to take part in 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.
You can register within July 1, 2020 by means of the online form together with a payment proof of the membership fee sent to Accademia del Ricercare at email@example.com.
The membership fee of € 60.00 is not refundable in any case. Those who are already members of the Accademia del Ricercare in the current year are exempt from paying the membership fee.
A 30% discount is applied on the second tuition fee for those who register for two individual classes.
Active students: € 260.00
Auditors: € 160.00
Masterclass by Carsten Eckert
External students: € 60.00 per day
Auditors: € 30.00 per day
Internal students: € 56.00 for the whole masterclass
Chamber music and Improvisation: € 150.00
Early dance : External students: € 100.00 – Internal students: € 50,00
Harpsichord/Recorder (Luisa Busca), Flute (Fabiola Guida) and Violin (Silvia Colli): € 100.00
Percussions (Alessandro Bucchieri): € 50.00
The course takes place in Romano Canavese, a town a few Kms away from Turin. As for board and lodging students can choose between a number of options including 6 overnights and 12 meals in private or hotel rooms.
Private accommodation: € 280.00
Double and triple rooms (limited number)
Relais Villa Matilde: information upon request
Double and triple rooms