9th Renaissance and Baroque Week in Győr

6-12. August 2017.

Early music master courses

 

We are waiting for those who would like to develop their knowledge on instrumental- or singing course. We are concerned with the early music execution and chamber music through the renaissance and baroque repertoire within the confines of workshop.

The featured master courses provide retraining possibility for both professional musicians and amateurs who are fond of music.

We are expecting for the instrumental courses those ones, who would like to improve their early music knowledge or who would like to get acquinted with the old instruments as violinist, violoncellist, pianist, organist or guitarist.

We are looking for everybody for the singing course, who wishes to acquire the renaissance and baroque execution. You can also apply as a soloist or as a chorist-singer.

You can apply for all courses with a modern instrument too.

We provide scoring possibility for music teachers to the retraining program.

The week is going to be completed with great concerts, teacher and student chamber concerts, and presentations.

Senior masters of the courses

















We are holding on 9th occasions the Early Music Meeting in Győr on the summer of 2017.

We are kindly inviting those applicants who appreciates the early music to Győr in August 2017. We are offering special concerts and master courses which are connected to the festival. In this year we decided to start the following courses:

  1. baroque cant

  2. baroque violin

  3. recorder

  4. flute, baroque flute

  5. harpsichord, fortepiano

  6. violoncello, baroque cello, continuo

  7. chamber music

  8. renaissance and baroque dance




You can find on the following link a short promo video about our festival.

Judit Andrejszki – baroque chant

Piroska Vitárius – baroque violin

Katalin Kállay – recorder, chamber music

Marcela Lechtová – flute, baroque flute

Szilvia Takács – harpsichord, fortepiano

Piroska Baranyay – cello, baroque cello, continuo

Miklós Albert – continuo, harpsichord accompaniment

Katalin Freész – renaissance and baroque dance

Application term: 30. June 2017