Amherst Early Music Online classes in October

Greetings!

There’s something for almost everyone in the Amherst Early Music Online October schedule. I hope to see you in my Zoom window this month!
Tish

AEM ONLINE WEEKEND CLASSES

Join us for AEM ONLINE WEEKEND CLASSES!
October 9, 10, 17
and on October 23 & 24 for the CityRecorder 2021 Workshop!

Register now for AEM ONLINE WEEKEND Classes!
Click this link for full class descriptions: https://www.amherstearlymusic.org/weekend_online_classes

Click here for a printable list of all the OCTOBER class descriptions
For more information about the CityRecorder Workshop (October 23 & 24) click here!
About AEM Online Classes
Registrants will receive an email with a link to a webpage for each class. Visit the webpage for music and class materials, (available in advance!) and at class time for the Zoom link. Miss a class or want to see two at the same time? Class recordings will replace the Zoom links after the class, and be available for seven days. Classes run 90 minutes, with the first 10 minutes for introductions and last-minute tech help.
AEM ONLINE WEEKEND CLASS SCHEDULE
(Class times are Eastern Time)

Saturday, October 9
1:00 – 2:30 p.m. ❦ Brazilian music from Colonial Brazil to Modern Day with Cléa Galhano, recorder
3:00 – 4:30 p.m. ❦ Dulcian Tales with Marilyn Boenau, dulcian

Sunday, October 10
1:00 – 2:30 p.m. ❦ Old Music Meets New Music with Martha Bishop, viol

Sunday, October 17
3:00 – 4:30 p.m. ❦ The Singer’s Toolbox: Language as Style: Early Singing Styles and Performance Today, with Anne Azéma, soprano

Saturday and Sunday, October 23 & 24 CityRecorder! Workshop
Three class periods a day! With a free discussion with Eric Haas, and a concert with FRQ2. Classes are $25, concert is $10. Click here for more information, and click here to register!

Letitia Berlin
Amherst Early Music Festival
AEM Online Team
tishberlin
510-882-1169

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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