January 16-19, 2015
in Historic Philadelphia and the Rutgers-Camden Fine Arts Center. Directed by Heather Miller Larden
Featuring Marion Verbruggen from the Netherlands and core members of Tempesta di Mare
Tuition $275, Dance Tuition $220, Work-study tuition $160.
Project for Voices and Lutes: Monteverdi and Lotti. Co-directed by Julianne Baird and Richard Stone. Audition information for singers below.
John Bailey, harpsichord Emlyn Ngai, violin
Julianne Baird, voice Dorothy Olsson, historical dance
Marilyn Boenau, reeds Adam Pearl, harpsichord
Geoffrey Burgess, Baroque oboe Patricia Petersen, recorder and early notation
Eric Haas, recorder Wendy Powers, recorder
Valerie Horst, recorder and early notation Mark Rimple, lute
Joan Kimball, Renaissance reeds and recorder Gwyn Roberts, recorder
Heather Miller Lardin, viol and bass Leon Schelhase, harpsichord
Sandra Miller, Baroque flute Richard Stone, lute
Matthew Glandorf, organ and harpsichord Lisa Terry, viol and cello
Mary Springfels, viol Marion Verbruggen, recorder
Faculty Concert Sunday, January 18th, 8:00 p.m. Old Pine Street Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia 412 Pine Street, Philadelphia. Concert is open to the public. $20 tickets at the door, free for participants.
Student Concert Monday, January 19th, 12:30 p.m. Following end of classes, at the Rutgers Fine Arts building.
Project for Voices and Lutes: Monteverdi and Lotti. Julianne Baird and Richard Stone, co-directors. Audition deadline for singers December 1, 2014. Please send bio and sound file (mp3 or mp4) of two contrasting movements in Baroque style to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Notification by December 15th.
Accomodations in Philadelphia Special participant rate at the Omni Hotel of $129 per night plus room tax (15.5%). Reserve space with us and we'll add you to the rooming list. Classes will be in the Fine Arts Building at Rutgers/Camden. Vans will run between the hotel and Rutgers in the early morning and after the last afternoon class, a 10-minute ride.
Extras! Guided walk in Historic Philadelphia, Friday, January 16, 4:30 p.m. Kick off the weekend with a guided walking tour of Philadelphia... '"Behind the Scenes in the 18th Century Capital" How the 1%, and the 99% lived, loved and worked in colonial America's richest city. Tour will be led by Ed Mauger, "America's best guide" according to USA Today. Also reviewed by a 7th grader: "You're not as boring as the other tour guides we've had"... Cost $15.