THANK YOU TO ALL THOSE WHO CAME ON THE 2018 COURSE AND HELPED TO MAKE IT ONE OF THE BEST YET!
We will be accepting applications for EEMC 2019 towards the end of August. Keep an eye on this website for the online application form or email Josee, our administrator, if you would like to be contacted when applications open.
Easter Early Music Course - 6th to 12th April, 2019
Tutors - David Hatcher, Alison Kinder, Asako Morikawa, Emma Murphy, Philip Thorby, Joris Van Goethem
This popular and highly acclaimed course provides an excellent opportunity for experienced players of period instruments to work on early music in a chamber setting. Please note that, because of the structure of the course, all participants need to be able to play recorder or viol. Under the guidance of our team of expert tutors, highly regarded as performers and teachers, participants are able to develop their technical and musical skills in an informal, friendly and supportive environment.
Each year we have a theme: it’s not there in every session and it needn’t affect the music you choose for your permanent and non-permanent groups, but every day will have at least one ensemble, workshop or tutti connected with the theme. You can follow it through, dip in and out of it, or ignore it completely! In 2018 we were exploring the animal kingdom.
Each day features five tutored sessions and, in addition, there are many opportunities to play informally.
There is a minimum expectation that all players will be competent on their instruments and comfortably able to hold their own, usually one to a part. This is so that all can enjoy playing in groups, large and small, with any combination of participants.
A=440 except by prior agreement with other players in small groups.
We are delighted that Jacks, Pipes & Hammers and The Early Music Shop will be returning with their unrivalled selection of music for all tastes. Keep an eye on the website for further announcements about other shops.