Friday, November 13, 2015, at 8:00 PM. "Fright Night: The Eerie Renaissance." Lauda Musicam's nod to a Friday the 13th concert includes references to the supernatural, to death, and to the things that make us squirm. Lauda Musicam is a community-based ensemble that includes recorders, violas da gamba, sackbuts, cornettos, flutes, dulcians, crumhorns, percussion, and other instruments in common use before 1750. Uncommon Practice, a vocal ensemble specializing in music written outside the "common practice period" will assist in the performance. The concert is free, but donations are accepted and appreciated. St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church, 1790 Lavista Road, Atlanta, GA 30329.
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Friday, January 22–Saturday, January 23. Workshop participants from throughout the Southeast find this workshop welcoming and fun! Renowned faculty and friendly folks keep people coming back year after year. Hosted at the spacious McCleskey Middle School, 4080 Maybreeze Road, Marietta, GA 30066.
Sunday, February 21, 2016, at 3:00 PM. "Where Did the Love Go? The Loveless Renaissance"
What better way to honor someone than to name a piece of music after them? Lauda Musicam of Atlanta will perform works that bear the names of people, both unknown and famous. Built into the performance will be demonstrations of the instruments and music forms for people less familiar with historical music. Members will lead a "petting zoo" after the concert for people to see and try instruments and to ask members questions. Lauda Musicam is an instrumental ensemble of recorders, viols, flutes, harpsichord, sackbuts, shawms, harps, crumhorns, cornettos, and percussion. St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church, 1790 Lavista Road, Atlanta, GA 30329. The concert is free, but donations are accepted and appreciated.
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Sunday, June 26—Saturday, July 2, 2016. This workshop will be the 45th anniversary of a small gathering in the home of George Kelischek back in 1972. Now one of the largest and most popular early music and folk music workshops in the Southeast, Mountain Collegium is held at Western Carolina University in the beautiful Smoky Mountains. Registration available Spring 2016.
www.mountaincollegium.org or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.