KONINKLIJK CONSERVATORIUM BRUSSEL, 2018-19

THE MEDIEVAL MOTET
A multi-dimensional approach to the music from the 13th to the 15th centuries

- organetto lessons (for organetto players, beginners and advanced, technique and repertoire).

- “intabulating motets”, medieval keyboards and plucked string repertoires practice and composition (open to all keyboard and plucked, lute/harp, instrumentalists).

- Gregorian chant and cantus firmus, analysis (modes, structure, tuning…) and performance of chants used for motet’s composition (open to all students, active and listeners, singers and instrumentalists).

- final concert project on a selection of 13th to 15th century motets, analysis (studies on structure, poetry, counterpoint) and performance, from Montpellier MS to G. Dufay (open to all students, active and listeners, singers and instrumentalists).
 

Schedule 

Introduction seminar, October 2018
Wednesday 24th, 10h-13h / 14h-17h
Thursday 25th, 
10h-13h / 14h-17h

Session I, November 2018
Friday 23th, 17h-21h
Saturday 24th, 10h-18h
Sunday 25th, 10h-18h

Session II, December 2018
Friday 7th, 17h-21h
Saturday 8th, 10h-18h
Sunday 9th, 10h-18h

Session III, February 2019
Friday 15th, 17h-21h
Saturday 16th, 10h-18h
Sunday 17th, 10h-18h

Session IV, March 2019
Friday 8th, 10h-20h
Saturday 9th, 10h-18h
Sunday 10th, 10h-18h

Application and fee

Application (personal and contact data, musical CV, voice or instrument information –including pitch) must be send to info@organetto.es before the 15th October 2018.

Fee: 100 €

 

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VIII Academia de Órgano Julián de la Orden, Cuenca (Spain)
22-26 August 2018

Information and applications coming soon on: 
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ORGANO, POLIFONIA Y LITURGIA EN EL S. XV
EL REPERTORIO MARIANO DEL BUXHEIMER ORGELBUCH

Curso dirigido a instrumentistas y cantantes que deseen hacer una introducción o perfeccionarse en la interpretación de repertorios altomedievales. El curso abordará el repertorio sacro de una de las fuentes musicales más importantes del siglo XV, el famoso Buxheimer Orgelbuch, centrándose específicamente en la música que ornamentaba las más exuberantes festividades marianas. Se explorarán prácticas históricas de improvisación instrumental y conjunto vocal, el rol del órgano en la interpretación de polifonía vocal, así como la práctica de alternatim entre órganos y voces. La organización pondrá a disposición de los estudiantes un órgano Gótico de 5 registros, varios organetti u órganos portativos, y un carillón de campanas pitagóricas. Los profesores remitirán a los estudiantes los materiales necesarios para su estudio con antelación (ediciones musicales, reproducciones de manuscritos, bibliografía, etc).


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LABORATORI ARS NOVA in GIRONA CONSERVATORY
8th - 11th MARCH 2018

Contact email: musicaantiga@cmg.cat 
Official flyer here and application’s website: cmg.cat

Laboratori “Ars Nova” was created two years ago as a new project linked to the Aula de Música Antiga del Conservatori de Girona. Leaded by Guillermo Pérez, the “Laboratori” is a platform for the historical and artistic research addressed to singuers and instrumentalists who want to experience and enlarge the performing possibilities of medieval repertoires.

“Medieval Architectures” is based on building a concert program, giving to the students clues of interpretation, as well as conducting techniques, managing team work, scenic elements and the dymanics of a professional project.

This 2018 project is addressed to a vocal and instrumental ensemble composed by students who will carry out a program based on great Italian motets by 15th century composers such as Johannes Ciconia, Antonius Romanus, Christoforus de Monte. A selection of members of the Cor Jove and the Cor de Cambra del Conservatori de Girona will take part on the project.

The final concert will take place on the 11th of march. 

Requested distribution:

5 singers, 5 organetti, 2 keyboards, 3 medieval fiddles, 2 sackbuts, 4 plucked string instruments, 2 percussionists. 

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