The 5th International Early Music Seminar, Tel Aviv
Music director: Drora Bruck
Tel Aviv, October 9th-16th, 2014
A unique course focusing on music from the 16th-18th centuries. While familiarizing themselves with the culture and customs of the period and their impact on the development of music and musicians, students will spend 8 days of studying, playing, singing, attending master classes, workshops and listening to and performing in concerts, in the pleasant atmosphere of the new building of The Israel Conservatory of Music, Tel Aviv.
Jill Feldman (France) Antonella Gianese (Italy)
Ayala Sicron (Israel) Alon Harari (Israel)
Harpsichord, Piano, and coaching singers:
Rinaldo Alessandrini (Italy) Tilman Skowronek (Sweden)
David Shemer (Israel) Aviad Stier (Israel)
Marina Minkin (Israel) Netta Ladar (Israel)
Kees Boeke (Holland) Paolo Grazzi (Italy)
Drora Bruck (Israel) Tamar Lalo (Spain-Israel)
Genevieve Blanchard (Israel) Idit Shemer (Israel)
Enrico Gatti (Italy) Orit Messer Jacobi (Israel)
Noam Schuss (Israel)
Claudia Gluschankof (Israel)
Ensemble Flauto Dolce (Romania)
During the seminar, October 13th-14th there shall be an academic conference: Performing 'Early' Music in the Age of Recordings: National Styles and Influences in Performance – Then and Now.The conference is convened by Dr. Alon Schab (Haifa University) and Dr. Uri Golomb And is held in cooperation with Haifa University.
Special scholarships for foreign (non Israeli) students.
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