6254
California

National Road Scholar Recorder/Early Music Workshop

Heighten your recorder, viola da gamba or reeds talents in large and small ensembles with world-class instructors — and end your week with a concert in bucolic Carmel Valley!
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Program No. 6254RJ
Length
7 days
Starts at
1,099

At a Glance

Revel in the lyrical sounds of the recorder, viola da gamba and harpsichord as you share your musical gifts during a week-long intensive early music workshop. Enhance your skills in small classes taught by expert instructors with emphasis on improving technique and playing with ensembles. At Hidden Valley Music Seminars, An Institute of the Arts, nestled amongst oak and buckeye trees below majestic hillsides, enjoy a serene and inspiring place for playing music.
Activity Level
Easy Going
Minimal walking on flat terrain.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Improve your musical talents with instruction from seasoned professional performers.
  • Rehearse for ensemble performances with your fellow musicians.
  • Delight in musical arrangements that include compositions from the medieval through baroque periods.

General Notes

The theme for 2019 is 'Music of Germany and France from the Middle Ages to the Baroque.' Instructors and specific class offerings differ by date. Class offerings for 2019 will be published once they have been determined. Due to the nature of this program, listening devices are not available. This program is for intermediate to advanced recorder and viola da gamba players. The November 3 program includes dulcian and shawm. The Retreat Difference: This unique, often basic and no-frills experience at a Road Scholar Retreat includes opportunities for early morning exercise, interaction with the local community for insight into local life, an authentic farm-to-table or locally sourced meal, a live performance or event, and a single room to yourself for only $100 more (for many programs).
Featured Expert
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Letitia Berlin
Letitia Berlin has shared her talents with the recorder in ensembles and orchestras throughout the U.S. A member of the Farallon Recorder Quartet, Bertamo Trio, and Calextone, she teaches early music workshops and is the co-director of Tibia Adventures in Music. Letitia has performed with the San Francisco Symphony, the Carmel Bach Festival and the Atlanta Baroque Orchestra, and her recordings include Ladino love songs with Yatan Atan on the New Albion label and two CDs with Farallon.

Please note: This expert may not be available for every date of this program.

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David Morris
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Elisabeth Reed
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Deanna Ross
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Letitia Berlin
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Frances Blaker
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Lawrence Lipnik
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Marilyn Boenau
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