Saturday and Sunday

Photographs

--coming very soon!

Schedules for Saturday and Sunday

Saturday, July 16, 2011

 

7:00-10:45

BREAKFAST (7:00-9:30 hot, 9:30-10:45 continental), Harris Refectory

 

Evaluation Forms and Student Address Lists available in the Workshop Student Office and the Scholarship Store through Sunday morning.

 

9:00-11:00

VOCAL/INSTRUMENTAL COLLEGIUMin [NOTA BENE!] in Cummings Art Center.

Voices meet in Evans Hall.

Recorders meet in Fortune (the “Green Room”), ground floor across from stage entrance to Evans, ready to play.

Strings meet in Manwaring Gallery, off the Evans lobby.

Brass & reeds meet in 314 Cummings.

Please be prompt!

 

10:00-5:00

EARLY MUSIC AND INSTRUMENT EXHIBITION

Free! Exhibition will feature winds, brass, strings of all kinds and percussion; facsimiles and modern editions, and sundry musical accessories. Room 101 (Ernst Common Room) in Blaustein.

 

10:30-11:30

COFFEE BREAK, outside Ernst Common Room, Blaustein.

 

11:15

RECORDER BOOK CAMP CONCERT, Evans Hall, Cummings Art Center.

 

11:00-2:00

LUNCH

 

1:00

BAROQUE ACADEMY STUDENT CONCERT, Evans Hall, Cummings Art Center.

 

3:00

WORKSHOP STUDENT CONCERT, Evans Hall, Cummings Art Center.

 

5:00

CONCERT: La Venitienne. Presented by the Historical Dance Program and the Amherst Early Music Oboe Band. Martha Myers Dance Studio, 3rd-Floor Crozier-Williams.

 

4:30-7:00

DINNER

 

7:00

MADRIGALS in Castle Court (look for the gong!) in front of Cummings Art Center.

 

7:30

CONCERT: GALA AMHERST EARLY MUSIC FACULTY CONCERT, Evans Hall, Cummings Art Center.

 

Immediately followed by:

ALL-WORKSHOP COLLEGIUM—Sacred works of Giovanni Gabrieli, directed by Michael Barrett.

 

After concert:

PARTY!!Admission for all is $5, which gets you all the food you can eat. Extremely reasonable cash bar for all drinks. Party is in Hood Dining Room, Blaustein.

 

Sunday, July 17, 2011

 

7:00-10:45

BREAKFAST (7:00-9:30 hot, 9:30-10:45 continental), Harris Refectory. First-week-only students: breakfast is the last meal on your meal card, although you can buy a lunch meal ticket if you wish to stay.

 

7:30-10:00

CHECKOUTfor first-week-only students, Main Street West, second floor of Harris Dining Hall. See details in Student-Faculty Weekend Survival & Checkout Sheet.

 

Please turn in your name tag, key, and meal ticket at checkout.

 

9:00-10:00

SPECIAL RENAISSANCE FLUTE DROP-IN, led by Renaissance flute builder Boaz Berney. Come to Blaustein, Ernst Common Room to find out where in Blaustein.

 

10:00-7:45

EARLY MUSIC AND INSTRUMENT EXHIBITION

Free! Exhibition will feature winds, brass, strings of all kinds and percussion; facsimiles and modern editions; and sundry musical accessories. Ernst Common Room, Blaustein.

 

11:00-2:00

LUNCH

 

There is now a RIDESHARE sign-up poster on the wall of Harris Atrium. Sign up or read others’ postings in order to coordinate possible rides home.                                                                       

2:00-5:00

CHECK-INfor second-week-only students.

Both-week students are welcome to come by and pick up Week-Two schedules, pay your balance, and welcome friends! Harris Dining Hall Atrium.

 

4:00

RECORDER DROP-IN with Tish Berlin, Johnson Lounge. All welcome! Bring instruments and stand.

 

5:00

CAMPUS TOUR. Get to know Connecticut College, your new home away from home! Meet in Harris Atrium.

 

4:30-7:00

DINNER

 

7:00-7:45

INFORMAL “WELCOME” GATHERING, Ernst Common Room, Blaustein.

 

8:00

SECOND-WEEK ORIENTATION MEETING. For all faculty and students. Bring your schedules and information sheets, if possible. Evans Hall, Cummings Art Center.

 

Immediately after Orientation, ca. 9:15 p.m.

 

VIRTUOSO RECORDER SEMINAR MEETING, Manwaring Hall, Cummings Art Center.

 

Immediately after Orientation, ca. 9:15 p.m.

 

ESI MEETING, Evans Hall, Cumming Art Center.

Immediately after Orientation, ca. 9:30 p.m.

 

LATE REGISTRATION FOR SECOND-WEEK-ONLY STUDENTS. Workshop Student Office, above Harris Dining Hall 2nd-floor, Main Street West.

 

 

10:00 p.m.

WORK-STUDY STUDENTS MEETING. Coffee Grounds, Katherine Blunt House.

 

Keep an eye on Il Palazzo della Fortuna. Help AEM open more and more windows, in order to aid its early music programs, and meet the $10,000 matching grant.