Lythe Chamber Music Course 2015

Lythe Chamber Music will run its second summer course from 26-30 July 2015.

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This year, we are expanding the remit to include recorders, and delving back into baroque repertoire alongside the focus on classical keyboards and winds that proved so popular last time.

Joining the tutor team alongside Jane Booth and John Irving is James Brookmyre P1000537who will be coaching recorders. James is particularly keen on early 17th-century repertoire, and will be happy to explore works from Castello through to Corelli, Bach, Handel, Telemann and beyond.

2014-07-23 12.27.26-1In addition to working on your repertoire in detail from a historical performance perspective, exploring the magnificent keyboard instruments of local builder Johannes Secker (who will once again be demonstrating the mechanics of early keyboards (clavichord, harpsichord, fortepiano),

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and enjoying the magnificent scenery of the North Yorkshire coastline at Lythe, there will be visits to two local craft gallery spaces in Sandsend and East Barnby for our concerts in intimate domestic settings. Then there’s the spiritual magic of St Oswald’s church – a fabulous venue for music-making.

IMG_1016This year we will be able to look in more detail at chamber music, both duos and small ensembles. We are happy to receive applications from pre-formed recorder/ woodwind ensembles. In addition to John and keyboard students on the course, we are fortunate in 2015 to have a very experienced official course accompanist, Dr Peter Bullett, formerly of St Paul’s School.

IMG_1021We are delighted that Lythe Chamber Music is once again supported by The Normanby Trust.

For more details on the course, bursaries and an application form contact James Brookmyre on admin@denote.org.uk or +44(0)7548 748455

 

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