Mountain Collegium

Dear Friend of Mountain Collegium,

We are pleased to announce 2021 Mountain Collegium Early Music & Folk Music Workshop. This summer’s offerings are outstanding and we hope you will join us for our virtual workshop Tuesday, June 29 through Saturday, July 3. Multiple class options each day, along with the John Trexler Folk Lecture and the Faculty Concert, make for a week full of fun music-making! Classes will be presented online through Zoom.

This year we will offer a special program for emerging recorder players. This is perfect for folks who picked up the recorder over the past year or two, or for those who have taken a break from playing and need to dust off some cobwebs. These classes are full of great technique and playing tips that benefit recorder players on ALL levels, so others can also select these classes. Anne Timberlake, Gwyn Roberts, Jody Miller, and Phil Hollar all team up to help nudge you to the next level!

Keyboard players should also check out Barb Weiss’s Harpsichord Lab, which will cover dynamics, articulation, figure reading, and more!

And, as always, renowned viol, recorder, brass, and folk teachers who have put together a great mix of class topics!

You can find ALL the fine faculty by clicking HERE.

Check out our website for the class offerings and special package discounts for the Weeklong Pass, Emerging Recorder program, and Harpsichord Lab. Visit us at

We hope you join us this summer!

Jody Miller, Director
Mountain Collegium Early Music & Folk Music Workshop

Jody Miller

1029 Hedge Lane NE
Marietta, GA 30066 USA

MC Course Offerings 2021.pdf

Author: 1womanretreat

Kathryn is a freelance writer, musician, and Latin tutor based in the Sierra foothills. She enjoys performing and teaching early music on recorder and flute.

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