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32rd International Summer Academy for Early Music, Innsbruck

Sunday 17th - Saturday 23rd, August, 2003

MASTERCLASSES

RICHARD WISTREICH, BRUCE DICKEY, CHARLES TOET, HAN TOL, ANDREAS LACKNE R, CHRISTIAN BEUSE, JOHN HOLLDOWAY,  JAAP TER LINDEN,  WIELAND KUIJKEN,  KLAUS EICHHORN,  NIGEL NORTH, JOHANN SONNLEITNER, UTA VOGT-EISSLER

Voice, Cornett, Trombone, Recorder,  Natural trumpet, Dulcian, Baroque violin,  Baroque cello,  Viola da gamba,  Organ, basso continuo,  Lute, Harpsichord,  clavichord,  fortepiano, Body awareness

CLAUDIO DIVINO - discovering the genius

Claudio Divino - creator, inventor, philosopher: the influence of Monteverdi on the Europe of his time and on generations of composers to come was quite invaluable. Innsbruck`s Summer Academy 2003 tra­ces the new concertante style of Monteverdi and its relevance for the music of his contemporaries.

The Academy is a series of masterclasses for young professional musici­ans and advanced students. In a combination of individual tuition and intensive workshops with ensembles of varying sizes, distinguished tea­chers from around the world present historical performance practice and their own individual experience of contemporary interpretation.

The Academy is traditionaliy an integral part of the Innsbruck Festival of Early Music. The daily performances at the festival (among which will be a staged version of Claudio Monteverdi`s "Orfeo" and a concert per­formance of Joseph Haydn`s "The Seasons") are there to inspire and ani­mate individual artistic work in the masterclasses.

Success lies in concentrated work in small classes: we aim to create clas­ses with an optimum level of ability and interest. To this end we requi­re you  to send a short demo CD/cassette (duration approx. 10 minutes, 2 to 3 shorr pieces) to accompany your application.

COURSE PROGRAMMES

VOICE: RICHARD WISTREICH

"Cantar recitando" and "Recitar cantando" - development and impor­tance of text and music in the compositions of the 16th and 17th centu­ries.

CORNETT: BRUCE DICKEY ~ TROMBONE : CHARLES TOET "Per sonar e cantar" - central theme for the tutors of cornett and trom­bone will be the concertante style at the time of Monteverdi.

RECORDER: HAN TOL

Repertoire from the 16th and 17th centuries (ricecares, canzvnas and sonatas, fantasias, duetts and ensemble pieces by Giamberti, Viviani, Trabaci, Gabrieli, Gussage, etc.). Cantatas by A. Scarlatti.

NATURAL TRUMPET: ANDREAS LACKNER

Free choice of repertoire, with emphasis on Italy (large trumpet ensem­ble and chamber music with strings).

Works by Bendinelli, Fantani, Torelli, Franceschini, Manfredini, Bononcini, Aldrovandini, Albrici, etc..

DULCIAN: CHRISTIAN BEUSE  Free choice of programme.

BAROQUE VIOLIN: JOHN HOLLOWAY

Italian music from Castello to Corelli, pieces by Fontana, Marini, Uccellini, Pandolf-Mealli, etc. In addition, their "German" successors Schmelzer, Biber, Muffat and Walther.

String chamber music:William Young, Innsbruck 1653.

BAROQUE CELLO: JAAP TER LINDEN  Free choice of programme.

VIOLA DA GAMBA: WIELAND KUIJKEN Free choice of programme.

ORGAN, BASSO CONTINUO: KLAUS EICHHORN

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Toccata e Ricecar -Italy`s influence on the North.

Pieces by Gabrieli, Frescobaldi, Hassler, ànd Froberger as well as con­temporary transcriptions. Bass improvisation forms.

LUTE: NIGEL NORTH

Free choice of programme frvm the solo repertoire of the Renaissance and Baroque. Basso Continuo and song accompaniment in the l7th century. Prepared duos (voice/lute, violin/ltheorbo, etc.) are particularly welcome.

HARPSICHORD, CLAVICHORD, FORTEPIANO: JOHANN SONNLEITNER

Italian andItalian-inspired keyboard music from 1600 - 1800.

BODY AWARENESS: UTA VOGT-EISSLER

The body awareness classes help to create an intensive feeling of the com­plete body on stage; eg. removal of wrong posture, intensifying brea­thing, and loosening stiffness. Suitable for singers and instrumentalists alike. Early application is recommended.

EARLY MUSIC ONLINE

Detailed course programmes may be found on our homepage. Visit our participants forum from june 2003!

www.altemusik.at

PITCH

For all courses: A440 and 466 Hz

 

ENSEMBLE WORKSHOPS

North Italian vocal and instrumental music from Monteverdi`s time.

William Young, Innsbruck I653 - string chamber music.

Song accompaniment in the l7th century for singers and lutenists.

"Continuo jam session" - thoroughbass consort for keyed and plucked instruments (the fundamentl ornament principle, eg. of the Ciacona and

other bass improvisation forms).

LUNCH CONCERTS IN THE HOFGARTEN The idea behind the Summer Academy`s lunchtime concerts is to grab the attention of  people from the streets and widen the audience for early music. They also give young ensembles the chance to play in the festi­val. Ensembles comprising course participants are invited to apply to play in the open-air midday concerts in the pavillion of Innsbruck`s court park. Interested musicians should send a demo cassette or CD (an approx. 15 minute presentation of the ensemble) to the Summer Academy by  the 15 th of April . It should be marked "Lunchkonzerte". Ensembles selected to perform by the artistic director will be reimbur­sed with half of their course fee.

OPENING CONCERT

The opening concert for all Summer Academy course participants is the­matically interwoven into the masterclasses for 2002.

Concerto Palatino "IL SACRO CONVITO MUSICALE"

With works by Porta, A. and G. Gabrieli, Grilio and Guami. Saturday, l6th August 2003 at 8 pm in the Stiftskirche Wilten. Please book your tickets in the festival office in good time.

Promoter: Innsbrucker Festwochen der Alten Musik GmbH, Burggraben 3, A-6020 Innsbruck, Tel.: +43 (0)512 - 571032, Fax: +43 (0)512 - 563142, E-mail:  sommerakademie@altemusik.at, Managing Director: Sarah Wüson, Artistic Director of the International Summer Academy: Prof. Dr. Linde Brunmayr-Tutz, Photography: Ulrike Thöny, Design: Walser Werbeagentur - Telfs,

Print: Alpina Druck Innsbruck.

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