North Carolina H.I.P. Music Festival, Intro to Baroque Performance Practices, Workshop Registration DEADLINE to register 1/30/13 (EXTENDED)
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Session 1 - Introduction to Baroque Performance Practice for String Teachers (class aimed at teachers) Friday, February 1, 2013 4pm -6pm Person Hall, UNC-CH, Chapel Hill, NC
Stephanie Vial and Elizabeth Field (co-directors of The Vivaldi Project and the Institute for Early Music on Modern Instruments) will discuss and demonstrate baroque performance practices----bowing techniques, applications of vibrato, and principles of phrase structure---as applied to baroque dance forms and the sonatas and concertos found in the Suzuki books and and among the standard performance repertoire. CEU credits may be available for public school teachers.

Session 2 - Introduction to Baroque Performance Practice for String Players (class aimed at professionals and advanced amateurs) Saturday, February 2, 10am-12pm, Hill Hall, UNC-CH, Chapel Hill, NC
Learn basic techniques which will introduce methods of stylistic, historically-informed playing using your own modern string instrument and bow. Topics covered will include: bowing techniques, finding the baroque voice of your instrument, musical grammar and rhetoric, the interpretation of slur and "staccato" articulations, and applications of vibrato and ornamentation. This will be a participatory class, so please bring your instruments. Auditors welcome.

For questions or to register by phone please call Suzanne Rousso at 919-560-2701
Details about the North Carolina HIP Music Festival can be found at www.mallarmemusic.org

Registration DEADLINE (EXTENDED) Wednesday Jan 30, 2013 5pm
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