United Kingdom, Beverley (Yorks)

HISS2018

when 13 August 2018 - 17 August 2018
language English
duration 1 week
fee GBP 545

An intensive course exploring early, folk and traditional music, and the common ground between them. Progressive core course includes folk strings, baroque strings, viol consort, chamber choir, natural voice singing, lute & continuo, recorder and wind ensembles. Open to players of period & modern instruments in bowed and plucked strings, recorders, singers

Course leader

Internationally recognised tutor team includes Jacob Heringman (lutes), Suzanna Pell (viols), Rebecca Austen-Brown & Mary Tyers (wind), Vivien Ellis (Natural Voice), Anne-Marie Christensen (violin), Amelie Addison (cello), Stewart Hardy (fiddle) & Graham

Target group

open to all student, early career and amateur singers and players of wind, bowed or plucked strings & continuo instruments (folk, period & modern)

Course aim

To offer a unique and creative experience for all musicians from folk, traditional, early and classical backgrounds, encouraging cross-genre music making learning and improvisation in a wholly inclusive, encouraging and supportive environment

Fee info

GBP 545: Full course fee includes all tuition, accommodation (single ensuite), concerts, ceilidh, musical banquet, refreshments, breakfasts and evening meals, music. A discounted "early bird" fee at £520 is available for fully paid bookings received before 30 April 2018
GBP 520: Full course fee includes all tuition, accommodation (single with shared bathroom), concerts, ceilidh, musical banquet, refreshments, breakfasts and evening meals, music. A discounted "early bird" fee at £495 is available for fully paid bookings received before 30 April 2018

Scholarships

A Student Bursary scheme offers generous discounts to full time students. There is a simple application process requiring completion of an application form available on the website