Monday, July 18

Photographs

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Schedule for Monday

Monday, July 18, 2011

 

7:00-10:45

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

 

Classroom assignments will be posted on AEM bulletin boards in the lobby of the College Center at Crozier-Williams, Blaustein, and the Atrium above Harris Refectory, and a copy will be in Cummings.

 

All students will findClass Change Forms in their check-in envelopes. If you need to make a class change, fill out a form, and hand it to Na’ama, Ann, or Héloïse by the beginning of the concert at 7:30.

 

8:00-3:00

Oasis Snack Shop open in College Center at Crozier-Williams.

 

9:00-10:30

EARLY AM CLASS

 

10:30-11:00

COFFEE BREAK, Faculty Lounge, Blaustein. Last call at 10:55!

                                  

Baroque Academy coffee break in Cummings Lobby.

 

11:00-12:15

LATE AM CLASS

Vocal-Instrumental Collegium (AKA “Mass”). Be ready to play at 11:00 SHARP in Ernst Common Room, Blaustein. Bring music stand and pencil. You will get your “Mass” book at rehearsal if you didn’t get it earlier at check-in.

 

11:00-2:00

LUNCH, Harris Refectory

 

1:45-3:00

EARLY PM CLASS—NOTE NEW CLASS TIME!

 

3:30-4:45

LATE PM CLASS—NOTE NEW CLASS TIME!

 

5:00

FIVE O’CLOCK SOCIAL, Harris Refectory Atrium.

              

New and old are invited to mingle between the end of classes and dinner each weekday at this time. Feel free to bring refreshments.

 

4:30-7:00

DINNER, Harris Refectory

 

Last chance for requests for class changes: Na’ama, Ann, and Héloïse will be collecting forms in Cummings before the concert at 7:30.

           

7:00

 

MADRIGALS in Castle Court (look for the gong!), this week led by ESI students!! All welcome. In front of Cummings Art Center.

 

7:30

CONCERT: THE DARK LADY OF SHAKESPEARE’S SONNETS. The Flanders Recorder Quartet, with Julianne Baird, soprano, and Lawrence Rosenwald, scriptwriter and narrator.

 

Final deadline to request Class Change is 7:30 tonight at concert.

 

 

Immediately following concert:

POST-CONCERT RECEPTION in lobby of Cummings Art Center. Cash bar (bring money!)

             

Also, SCHOLARSHIP BOUTIQUE will be open in Gallery 66, off the lobby of Cummings Art Center before and after concert.

 

Immediately following concert:

DROP-IN SESSION: Lerma Manuscript (the Amherst Early Music Edition!) led by Tish Berlin. Meet in Johnson 1st-floor lounge. ALL instruments at 440 are welcome! Bring your copy. (They are available in the Scholarship Store before and after concert.)

 

Immediately following concert:

ENGLISH COUNTRY DANCING, led by Pat Petersen, with fabulous live musical accompaniment. All welcome, whether experienced or beginner. Manwaring Gallery, across lobby from Evans in Cummings.

 

Here comes the auction!!

Amherst Early Music’s awe-inspiring live AUCTION is coming on Wednesday, July 20—NEW DAY THIS YEAR!—only 2 short days away. We need choice offerings from your personal collection of artifacts, musical or otherwise. Original artistic creations, services (lessons of all sorts, a back rub, a home-cooked meal), books, instruments, music, CDs, good wine, specialty items (use your imagination) all make the live and silent auctions fun (and educational!), all the while supporting Amherst Early Music.

 

To contribute an item, please see Peter Kwiatek, or put the item (or a description of your contribution), along with a completed auction form, in a box in one of the following places: Blunt Common Room, or the Workshop Student Office (above Harris Refectory).  All donations should be made by Tuesday evening at 6:30.

 

 

La poppa del giornois also available on the Amherst Early Music web site, handy for those with IPhones, IPads, etc. Go to www.amherstearlymusic/blog.