United Kingdom, Beverley

HISS (Historically Informed Summer School)

when 12 August 2019 - 16 August 2019
language English
duration 1 week
credits 10 EC

International residential summer school for singers and players of (period & modern) instruments, including wind, cornetts, sackbuts, Baroque & folk strings, viols, lutes & other plucked strings, continuo (harpsichord/organ), exploring the connections and common ground between early and traditional & folk music.

Course leader

Graham Coatman (director & choir), team of international tutors incl Jacob Heringman (lute), Susanna Pell (viol), Anne Marie Christensen (Baroque violin), Amélie Addison (Baroque cello), Stewart Hardy (folk fiddle) , Rebecca Austen-Brown (recorders, medie

Target group

Students, early career professionals, amateur singers (all voices) and instrumentalists (playing any instruments mentioned above). Student Bursaries available for full time students

Course aim

to offer an immersive unique and all encompassing experience in creative music making, joining the expanding family (over 9 years) who have enjoyed the special flexibilty & informality of the course, learning form a team of renowned expert tutors in an inclusive & supportive environment.

Fee info

GBP 0: full single ensuite room, main meals and refreshments, all tuition, music & facilities inclusive
GBP 0: full single room (shared bathroom), main meals and refreshments, all tuition, music & facilities inclusive

Scholarships

Generous Student Bursaries available for full time students on application (see website)