Four specialists give a chamber music course for viola da gamba consort, focusing on the promotion of ensemble playing.Therefore, the participants - students, pupils and ambitious amateurs who are intensively engaged in playing the viola da gamba - are expected to have good skills in playing from the reed in different clefs. You can register for ensembles, but you can also participate as a soloist.
In addition to playing in an ensemble, there is also the possibility of improving technical details in the group lessons. In addition, there is still enough time to make music in individual groups.
Mária Brüssing studied cello in Budapest and with Valentin Erben in Vienna. There she became acquainted with the viola da gamba and has since been intensively involved with early music as a baroque cellist and viola da gamba player.
Michael Brüssing followed his school music studies in Stuttgart with cello studies in Vienna. He received his diploma for viola da gamba from Prof. Philippe Pierlot.
Antje Plieg-Oemig studied viola da gamba with Wolfgang Eggers at the Musikhochschule Münster and with Anneke Pols and Wieland Kuijken at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague.
Freek Borstlap from the Netherlands, who himself plays in renowned ensembles, completes the team of lecturers.
|Number of participants:
||Monday, 06.11.2023, 15:00
||Thurdsay, 09.11.2023, 14:00
in single room 438 €, in double room 408 €
incl. meals and accommodation
|Notes on registration:
Registration takes place via the Landesmusikakademie Rheinland-Pfalz.
This course is recognised by the Pädagogisches Landesinstitut Rheinland-Pfalz under Az. MA.2327 as serving official interests.