with Capella de la Torre
in cooperation with Internationaler Arbeitskreis für Musik e.V.
The course is aimed at advanced players and singers. Music will be played in small and large groups, also from old notation, with sacred and secular music by Pierre de la Rue, Josquin Desprez, Heinrich Issac, Tomas Luis de Victoria, Serafino Razzi and others.
The workshop will begin on Nov. 10 at 6 p.m. and end on Nov. 12 at 7:30 p.m. with a final concert together. Departure is on 13.11. after breakfast.
Players of Renaissance wind instruments (recorder, reeds, zinc, trombone, crumhorn, etc.), players of string instruments (violin, viola, violoncello, viola da gamba), singers who are interested in the performance practice of Renaissance music and who have experience in sight-reading or sight-singing and on their instruments.
This is the right place for those who like to play in mixed ensembles, are looking for new literature and are looking for inspiration for their own music making.
When registering, please indicate which instruments you will bring to the workshop. We recommend that wind players limit themselves to one or two instruments that will be played particularly intensively by the participants in the run-up to the workshop.
Pitch: a = 440 Hz
Katharina Bäuml (shawm)
Katharina Bäuml, born in Munich, first studied modern oboe and graduated "with distinction". In addition, she studied baroque oboe and historical reed instruments at the Schola Cantorum in Basel, where she also graduated "with distinction".
Since then Katharina Bäuml has specialized in various areas of early music. Her special interest is wind music from the 15th to the 17th century. Consequently, in 2005 she founded "Capella de la Torre", today the most important German ensemble for Renaissance music. The group has made 20 CD recordings so far, and since 2013 it has been working exclusively for the Sony label. In 2016, Katharina Bäuml and Capella de la Torre received the ECHO Klassik as Ensemble of the Year for the CD "Water Music."
Katharina Bäuml is not only dedicated to early music, but also to contemporary music on historical instruments. Since 2010, she has written numerous compositions for the duo "Mixtura", which she performed at the Berlin festival "Ultraschall", among others.
Regina Hahnke / Bass Dulcian
Regina Hahnke studied recorder and historical woodwind instruments at the Musikhochschule in Hamburg with Helga Weber and passed both her music pedagogical diploma exam and her concert exam there.
She participates in various ensembles for Renaissance and Baroque music such as "Weserrenaissance", "Toutes-suites Ensemble for Early Music", and "Capella Cantorum" in concerts and recordings. In addition to her work as a music teacher, she also teaches on courses for double reed players.
Regina Hahnke plays mainly bass dulcian with Capella de la Torre. Residing in the extreme southwest of the republic, she is especially happy to hear all Capella concerts south of a line from Aachen to Zwickau.
Hildegard Wippermann / alto pommer, recorders
Hildegard Wippermann was born in Duisburg, where she first studied recorder with Gudrun Heyens. After graduating in music education, her path led her to Manfredo Zimmermann at the Musikhochschule Wuppertal, where she passed her final artistic examination. She received further important impulses during postgraduate studies at the Akademie für Alte Musik Bremen with Han Tol. There she also began to study Renaissance reed instruments with Bernhard Junghänel.
In addition to her solo activities, she has been a guest of various ensembles such as "Weserrenaissance" and the "Freiburger Barockorchester" and has participated in music theater productions of the Bavarian State Opera in Munich.
With Capella de la Torre Hildegard Wippermann plays alto pommer and various recorders. As a self-confessed Ruhrpottpflanze, she is a fan of various well-known soccer clubs of the Midwest, with special regard to Borussia Dortmund.
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Sunday, 12.11.2023, 19:30
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