Early Reeds and Brass Blowout Workshop
June 24 & 25, 2017, in Carver, Oregon near Happy Valley, a short distance southeast of Portland. For players of advanced and intermediate players of renaissance double reeds, cornetti, serpents, and sackbutts. The faculty will be Gayle Neuman, Laura Kuhlman, and Phil Neuman. For more information contact the Neumans at email@example.com.
Early Music Guild of Oregon Workshop
September 30 and October 1st, 2017, in Carver, Oregon near Happy Valley, a short distance southeast of Portland. For players of advanced and intermediate players of recorders, early winds, and strings. The faculty will be Gayle Neuman and Phil Neuman. For more information contact the Neumans at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Columbia Gorge Early Music Retreat
March 17 – 20, 2017, at Menucha Retreat and Conference Center, a short distance east of Portland. Ensembles for recorders, early winds, strings in Renaissance and Baroque, and more. The faculty will be Vicki Boeckman, Gayle Neuman, Phil Neuman, Laura Kuhlman, Miyo Aoki, and Alison Melville. For more information go to portlandrecodersociety.org and Columbia Gorge Early Music Retreat in the main menu.
Winds and Waves Recorder Workshop
Winds and Waves Workshop: May 6-8 2017; Faculty Concert the evening before the workshop. Faculty will be Frances Blaker, Letitia Berlin, Clea Galhano and Saskia Coolen.
Registration begins on January 17. To register or for more information, call the Sitka office at 541-994-5485 or visit us online. Locations are the beautiful Sitka Center for the workshop, and St. Peter the Fisherman Lutheran Church for the concert. Contact Sitka Center for Art and Ecology, Post Office Box 65, Otis, Oregon 97368. (541) 994-5485 telephone, (541) 994-8024 fax. email@example.com www.sitkacenter.org. Oregon Coast Recorder Society, Corlu Collier, Director, PMB 309, 2226 N Coast Hwy, Newport OR 97365, ph:(541) 961-1228. corlu@ actionnet.net. www.coastrecorder.org
Early Music Festival at Whitewater
is a weekend workshop held the first full weekend in June. Activities include: classes for all levels of recorder from beginning to advanced, reeds and wind band instruments, viola da gamba, voice; vendor exhibits; informal late-night playing sessions; festival-ending concert; and much more. The 2017 Whitewater Festival will be held June 2-4, 2017. Faculty includes Gayle and Phil Neuman, Laura Kuhlman, Shelly Gruskin, and 8 more. Limited scholarship funding is available. For scholarship information contact: Pam Wiese, 708-860-0451; or e-mail gcaosapam @ gmail.com.
Location: the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, Whitewater, Wisconsin.
For more info: call 708-442-6053; e-mail nchabala @ mymailstation.com(housing/registration), gcaosapam @ gmail.com (mailing/scholarships/facilities),shawm1550 @ gmail.com (faculty)