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York Early Music Festival 2015

York Early Music Festival 2015 (Thursday 2 – Saturday 11 July) Entente Cordiale

York Early Music Festival 2015, Thursday 2 – Saturday 11 July, embraces 300 years of music making, bringing together the music and musicians of England and France to explore a time mixed with harmony and discord in Anglo-French history. Many of the world’s finest early music artists including : Andreas Staier ; The London Handel Players ; Andrew Parrott and his Tavernor Consort ; The Sixteen directed by Harry Christophers ; The Early Opera Company led by Christian Curnyn ; distinguished Belgian vocalists the Huelgas Ensemble ; Katie Debretzeni, Richard Boothby and Mahan Esfahani ; The Clerks ; Sylvia Abramowicz, Jonathan and Thomas Dunford and The Orlando Consort, will perform in some of York’s most beautiful and historic venues.

Delma Tomlin, YEMF Administrative Director, says : "The 2015 festival opens with a celebration of Baroque Dance with the London Handel Players recreating the spirit and spectacle of the court of the Sun King, Louis XIV. Throughout the Festival we hope our audiences will discover something new in the culture of this fascinating period of Anglo-French history through its music and musicians. And, as the Festival culminates with the 2015 International Young Artists Competition on 11 July, during which we welcome ensembles from across the UK, Europe and the USA, that they will share our delight in spotting the early music ’stars’ of the future in this Competition which has gone from strength to strength in the last two decades."

Highlights :

▪ London Handel Players

A Celebration of Baroque dance

Specialist early music dancers, Mary Collins and Steve Player, bring to life the magnificent spectacle of the court of the Sun King, Louis XIV in a programme of music and dance presented by The London Handel Players featuring music by Lully, Rebel, Handel and Corelli. Friday 3 July at 7.30pm, Sir Jack Lyons Concert Hall, University of York

▪ Andreas Staier harpsichord

Entente Cordiale 1

One of the world’s leading performers on historic keyboards explores two great 17th-century national harpsichord traditions in works by the English composers John Bull, William Byrd and Henry Purcell, and the Frenchmen Chambonnières, D’Anglebert and Louis Couperin. Saturday 4 July at 11.00am, NCEM, St Margaret’s Church

▪ Kati Debretzeni violin, Richard Boothby bass viol,Mahan Esfahani harpsichord, organ Entente Cordiale 2

Three of the world’s finest early music specialists explore the English and French Baroque chamber music of John Jenkins, William Lawes, Jean-Marie Leclair, Marin Marais and Jean-Philippe Rameau. Saturday 4 July at 3.00pm, York Guildhall, St Helen’s Square.

▪ Taverner Consort & Choir

Andrew Parrott director with Emily Van Evera soprano

Cross-Channel Connections Taking its lead from the historic meeting of Henry VIII and Francis I at ’the Field of the Cloth of Gold’ in 1520, which gave the musicians of two Chapels Royal a rare opportunity to hear each other in action, this concert interlaces the Mass settings – Taverner’s ’Western Wind’ Mass and Crecquillon’s Missa Domine Deus omnipotens – with French secular chansons and intimate English songs. Saturday 4 July, 7.30pm, The Quire, York Minster

▪ Early Opera Company

Christian Curnyn director Ed Lyon Actéon Emilie Renard Dido Callum Thorpe Aeneas Hilary Summers Junon, Sorceress Charpentier : Actéon & Purcell:Dido and Aeneas

Christian Curnyn’s Oliver Award nominated ensemble returns to York with the perfect Baroque operatic double-bill. Purcell’s incomparable Dido and Aeneas, showing the death of the tragic Carthaginian queen, while Charpentier’s story of the unfortunate hunter Actéon, transformed into a stag and devoured by his own hounds for observing the goddess Diana bathing, is one of the great discoveries of recent decades. Sunday 5 July, 6.30pm, Sir Jack Lyons Concert Hall, University of York

▪ Sylvia Abramowicz bass viol

Jonathan Dunford bass viol Thomas Dunford lute, baroque guitar

A Deux Violes esgales : Sylvia Abramowicz and Jonathan Dunford were first brought together by a shared love of the music of the great master of French Baroque viol, Marin Marais. Here they are joined by their son in works from Marais’s First and Second Books of Pièces de viole. Sunday 5 July, 9.45pm, NCEM, St Margaret’s Church

▪ Huelgas Ensemble

Paul van Nevel director

Firminus Caron : A late Medieval Master - The distinguished Belgian vocalists present movements from five of Firmius Caron’s masses and a selection of impressively virtuosic secular chansons by this little known, but remarkable Franco-Flemish composer. Monday 6 July, The Quire, York Minster


Doron Schleifer voice Corina Martirecorders/harpsichord Michal Gondko lute Anna Danilevskaia fiddle

A Ballade’s Journey : A lovingly constructed programme illuminating the fascinating history of the ballade form during the time of its greatest flourishing in the late Medieval period, featuring composers such as Guillaume de Machaut, Pierre des Molins, Johannes Cuvelier, Antonello da Caserta, Arnold de Lantins, John Bedyngham and others. Tuesday 7 July, 2.30pm, All Saints’ Church, North Street

▪ Rose Consort of Viols

John Bryan, Alison Crum, Andrew Kerr, Roy Marksviols Clare Wilkinson mezzo-soprano and Jacob Heringmanlute

Festival regulars, the Rose Consort presents a selection of chansons by Certon, Sandrin and Sermisy and elegant French dances, and instrumental music by Queen Elizabeth’s court composers Tallis, Parsons and Byrd. Tuesday 7 July, 6.30pm, NCEM, St Margaret’s Church

▪ The Orlando Consort : FILM@NCEM

Matthew Venner countertenor Mark Dobell tenor Angus Smith tenor Donald Greig baritone Robert Macdonald bass Voices Appeared : Silent Cinema and Medieval Music

The award-winning Orlando Consort presents an entirely new, carefully crafted soundtrack of music from the era, featuring intricate and beautiful 15th century works by Binchois and Dufay, together with animated motets and haunting plainsong, in which Carl Theodor Dreyer’s 1928 film La Passion de Jeanne d’Arc is set. *SOLD OUT* Tuesday 7 July, 9.30pm, NCEM, St Margaret’s Church

▪ The Sixteen Harry Christophers director

Flight of angels : Music by Francisco Guerrero and Alonso Lobo

Two of Spain’s greatest composers, Francisco Guerrero (1532-1597) and Alonso Lobo (c.1555-1617), captured the astonishing variety of moods, from ecstasy and joy to despair, longing and devotional stillness of Seville during the 16th-century Spanish ’golden age’, all of which can be felt in this richly beautiful programme. Wednesday 8 July, 7.30pm, The Nave, York Minster

▪ The Clerks

Edward Wickham director Cry God for Harry : Music from the Court of Henry V To mark the anniversary of the Battle of Agincourt in 1415, The Clerks present a special programme, featuring music associated with the court of Henry V and with the battle itself. Their programme offers a fascinating picture of music operating in the service of religion, politics and ceremonial occasions. Thursday 9 July, 7.30pm, The Quire, York Minster

▪ Yorkshire Baroque Soloists

Bethany Seymour soprano Lucy Russell, Daniel Edgarviolins Rachel Gray cello David Miller theorbo Peter Seymourharpsichord

Un Concert spirituel : Alongside familiar composers such as Couperin, this concert presents music by Elisabeth Jacquet de La Guerre, celebrating the 350th anniversary of her birth and her place as one of the first women to achieve professional status as a composer. Friday 10 July, 7.30pm, Sir Jack Lyons Concert Hall, University of York

▪ International Young Artists Competition 2015

This prestigious biennial competition, which this year welcomes emerging ensembles from across the UK, Europe and the USA, includes two fascinating days of preliminary concert recitals and informal workshops in advance of the Competition day. All three days are presented by the singer and broadcaster Catherine Bott. Thursday 9 – Saturday 11 July, Thu & Fri : 10.15am – 4.00pm Sat : 10.00am – c.5.30pm, NCEM, St Margaret’s Church

Full programme details available at :www.ncem.co.uk/yemf

Tickets : £5.00 to £30.00 are available from the NCEM at St Margaret’s Church, Walmgate, York YO1 9TL. Telephone : 01904 658338. Email : boxoffice@ncem.co.uk. Secure online booking at : www.ncem.co.uk

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York Early Music International Young Artists Competition 2015 - United Kingdom, England, York

The York Early Music International Young Artists Competition will take place at the National Centre for Early Music (NCEM) in York from Thursday 9 – Saturday 11 July as part of the 2015 York Early Music Festival. This prestigious biennial competition invites applications from instrumental and/or vocal ensembles, in any combination, with a minimum of two musicians. All members must be adults, with the average age of the ensemble being 32 or under on 11 July 2015. Competitors must perform repertory from the period ranging from the middle ages to the nineteenth century, using appropriate historically informed playing techniques, instruments and stylistic conventions.

The Competition, which is recognised as a major international platform for emerging talent in the early music world, offers a major boost to professional careers with opportunities for performance, recording and broadcasting, and attracts ensembles from all over the world.

Delma Tomlin MBE, Director of the NCEM says : “We are delighted to announce an exciting new prize as part of this year’s competition – the Cambridge Early Music Prize – in addition to the EUBO Development Trust Prize for the most promising young artist(s) and York Early Music Festival Friends Prize. In 2013 the competition saw over 40 ensembles apply, with 160 members from over 30 countries round the globe. We look forward to another outstanding response and week of remarkable music-making during the 2015 Festival during which, as ever, we endeavour to provide the very highest standards of professional and experienced advice and guidance across all performing disciplines in a nurturing and inspiring environment.”

The pre-Competition stage is judged by CD by an initial selection panel comprising the Artistic Advisers of the York Early Music Festival : John Bryan, Kati Debretzeni, Lindsay Kemp and Peter Seymour, and Delma Tomlin, Director of the National Centre for Early Music. Selected ensembles are then invited to the National Centre for Early Music in York from 8 – 11 July. During Thursday 9 July and Friday 10 July each ensemble will give an informal preliminary recital, introduced to the audience by soprano and radio presenter Catherine Bott. On Saturday 11 July the Competition will take place before an international jury. The announcement of the winners will take place directly after the final concert.

The winners will receive a cheque for £1,000 ; opportunities to work with BBC Radio 3 and feature on BBC Radio 3’s The Early Music Show ; a concert as part of the 2016 York Early Music Festival and a CD recording professionally produced by Linn Records.

Young artists who are interested in entering the 2015 Competition can find all the entry requirements at www.ncem.co.uk/youngartists2015

The deadline for applications is Friday 23 January 2015. Applications should be sent to : The Music Administrator, National Centre for Early Music, St Margaret’s Church, Walmgate, York YO1 9TL Tel :+44 [0]1904 632220, email education@ncem.co.uk.

The Competition is supported by the National Centre for Early Music, BBC Radio 3 and Arts Council England, Yorkshire.

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Festival de Saintes - l'Abbaye aux Dames, la cité musicale

Cette année le Festival de Saintes aura lieu du 10 au 18 juillet.

Parce que Saintes a toujours été le lieu idéal pour faire des découvertes ou tenter des aventures, les artistes invités cette année vont convoquer des compositeurs qui ne nous sont pas forcément familiers ici.

Qu’on en juge plutôt : Borodine avec le clarinettiste Raphaël Sévère, Erik Satie et John Cage chez Alexeï Lubimov, Fux avec Vox Luminis, la merveilleuse Petite Messe de Rossini de l’ensemble Aedes, et pour finir les premiers Wagner et Strauss de Philippe Herreweghe. Nous accueillerons le premier concerto de Maude Gratton, les transcriptions du violon ou du luth de Jean Rondeau et de jeunes ensembles qui foulent pour la première fois le sol de l’abbaye (Cambini, Gli Angeli, La Main Harmonique, Faenza…). Enfin, vous ne manquerez pas la fabuleuse restitution musicale des fastes du mariage de Louis XIV que donne Sébastien Daucé, dont l’ensemble résida à Saintes avant de devenir Correspondances.

Stephan Maciejewski

Directeur artistique

Plus d’informations sur : festivaldesaintes.org

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SoundMine is an international composition course with intensive coaching by top-level coaches for young people and adults with a passion for composing and creating. Established names Wim Henderickx and Diederik Glorieux will lead the sixteenth edition of the composition course. Composer and sound artist Jorrit Tamminga will once again immerse the composers in the world of electronic music.

This year we will pay special attention to the combination between music, media and new technologies. Furthermore, the participants will have the opportunity to compose a piece that will later be performed by the renowned Logos Robot Orchestra.

14-18 July 2015

Registration before 1st May 2015

More information & registration www.musica.be/en/soundmine

SoundMine is organised in partnership with the Provinciaal Domein Dommelhof and NIKO Academy


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Académie de Musique Ancienne de Lanvellec et ses concerts. Nouvel article - Association RIMAT - Rencontres Internationales de Musique Ancienne en Trégor

Le 17/07/2015
Par : Festival de Lanvellec - RIMAT

L’Académie de Musique Ancienne de Lanvellec ouvrira ses portes du 17 au 23 juillet. Le temps d’une semaine, des musiciens de haut niveau du monde entier, viendront étudier l’art du continuo baroque à travers des cours et ateliers de musique d’ensemble assurés par des musiciens et interprètes de renom.

  • Chant : Béatrice Cramoix
  • Violon : Mira Glodeanu
  • Viole de gambe : Martin Bauer
  • Clavecin & Orgue : Frédérick Haas

Cette semaine de formation sera inaugurée et clôturée par deux concerts :

Concert d’ouverture de l’Académie : Vendredi 17 juillet 2015, 21h, Eglise de Lanvellec, GRATUIT

Concert de musique baroque, par l’ensemble des musiciens de l’Académie : Jeudi 23 juillet 2015, 21, Eglise de Lanvellec, GRATUIT

http://www.academiebaroquelanvellec.com/ http://www.festival-lanvellec.fr/fe...

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