Festival Class Choices 2019

Week 1, July 14-21, 2019
Week 2, July 21-28, 2019

The list of classes for both weeks are available to download here:  
WEEK ONE Festival Classes
WEEK TWO Festival Classes

This form has three sections: Page 1 is the self-evaluation form, Page 2 is the class choice form for Week One, and Page 3 is the class choice form for Week Two. Starred fields are required to go to the next page.
Please rate yourself from 1-5 (1 being the best) on your general musical ability, and also for each instrument that you will play. Click on the instrument names to expand the section. At the bottom of the page, click 'Next Page' to continue.

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Contact Information
What was the last year you attended the Festival? Are you new?
Musical Skills
(For all applicants) Rate yourself from 1-5 (1=best)
Please list size and pitch (for recorders and viols, and reeds) Whether Renaissance or Baroque and 415 or 440 (for flutes). If bringing Renaissance recorders, please list the makers of your instruments. Anything else we should know?
Please give a brief summary above of your studying and playing experience for each instrument and for voice and anything else you think we should know. Have you studied privately? For how long, and with whom? What classes have you taken? Do you participate regularly in an ensemble? With whom? Any experience with Renaissance notation? Have past placements at Amherst Early Music workshops been satisfactory?