Curitiba Music Workshop to Take Trumpet Lessons at Royal Wedding

the trumpet player british royal wedding, David blackderOne of the teachers will be thirty-nine Curitiba Music Workshop, which takes place in January 2022, and is part of the early music core of the event, which offers classes for R $ 30, in an interactive distance learning format.

David Blackadder, trumpeter who performed at the royal wedding.
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Applications can be submitted to Site From the music workshop until December 17. The courses will be broadcast live, via the Microsoft Teams platform, which provides access to course registration.

Coming straight from England, Holland, Italy, Germany, Norway and Poland, the most famous musicians of the classical international early music scene will teach techniques and theories to the students of the workshop of music from Curitiba for about two hours. Classes are accompanied by experienced music translators.

In this 39th edition, the event features a rotating roster of teachers and educators, according to information from the organization. The early music category, for example, features names from the new generation of international musicians playing in European orchestras or teachers from renowned schools. (check the list at the end).

One of the highlights of the Old Town is Bork-Fritjhof Smith (Germany). A master of the cornet cycle, the wind instrument considered to be the ancestor of the trumpet, Smith is currently the principal translator of this instrument, playing regularly at festivals across Europe, Israel and North and North America. South with old musical groups.

Commented Janet Andrade, general coordinator of the music workshop in Curitiba.

Another notable item to be on the list of early music teachers at the 39th Curitiba Music Workshop is trumpeter David Blackader (UK). In 2018, he enthusiastically performed at the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan. Specializing in baroque music, Blackader is a trumpeter at the Academy of Early Music.

The 39th Curitiba Music Workshop is organized by the Municipality of Curitiba, the Cultural Foundation of Curitiba and the Institute of Arts and Culture of Curitiba (ICAC), and the Special Secretariat for Culture, Ministry of Tourism Patria Amada Brasil , with the major support of the Pontifical Catholic University of Paraná.

Organizations Guerra Theater Cultural Center, Evangelical Lutheran Church of Christ, Farinya Family, Parana School of Music and Fine Arts – Parana State University (Ansbar), Regina Caselo Theater, Federal University of Parana – Pro-magazine for Extension and Culture (PROEC), also supports the event.

Ancient Music – Teachers & Lessons

baroque violin
Distance learning – January 19, 12:30 p.m.
Cecilia Bernardini (Italy / Netherlands)
She is widely regarded as one of the most versatile violinists of her generation, playing both modern and baroque violins. Incorporates Serafino String Trio.

Conversations on baroque violin and chamber music
Distance learning – January 22, 12:30 p.m.
Claire Holden (Inglaterra)
His research interests include historical string interpretation, music in Vienna and London in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, and the philosophy of performance.

baroque violin
Distance course – January 20, confirmation time
Oliver Webber (England)
He lectures all over Europe on various aspects of historical performance. He is currently involved in a project to recreate the original 17th century Italian violin ensemble.

baroque cello
EAD cycle – date and time not confirmed
Christine von der Goltz (Germany / Norway)
German-Norwegian cellist and Baroque cellist teacher in Frankfurt. She is a famous soloist, chamber musician and artistic director of the Norwegian Baroque Orchestra.

baroque cello
Distance learning – January 27, 12:30 p.m.
Anderson Fiorelli (Brazil / Germany)
He holds a master’s degree in historical performance practices and chamber music, both from the Hochschule für Musik und Theater München. His main activity is chamber music and he is a founding member of the groups Villa Duo, isAR-Trio and Danzi Duo.

baroque transverse flute
Distance learning – January 21, 12:30 p.m.
Anna Besson (France)
Laureate of the Cziffra Foundation’s annual examinations, Anna Besson studied the modern transverse flute at the Conservatoires Supérieures de Musique in Paris and Geneva.

sweet flute
Distance learning – January 24 at 12:30 p.m.
Ines de Avena (Brazil / Netherlands)
Specialized in the research and interpretation of Neapolitan baroque music. Recreating forgotten Italian flautists in the Baroque style, he orders copies and publishes instruments in performances and recordings.

Baroque bassoon
Distance learning – January 19, 12:30 p.m.
Tomasz Wisowski (Bologna)
He is a member of groups such as InVento & Nova Silesia and is a teacher of the baroque bassoon class at the Pozna Academy of Music.

natural horn
Distance learning – January 23, 12:30 p.m.
Martin Lawrence (United Kingdom)
Besides playing with The Age of Enlightment Orchestra, he works with other teams such as The English Concert and Il Giardino Armonico.

natural trumpet
Distance learning – January 26, 12:30 p.m.
David Blackadder (United Kingdom)
The main trumpet was to the English Baroque soloist and the Revolutionary and Romantic Orchestra under the direction of Sir John Eliot Gardiner, and to the Academy of Old Music with Christopher Hogwood.
David had the great honor of performing at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding in 2018 to a worldwide audience of 1.9 billion viewers.

Violin
EAD cycle – date and time not confirmed
Paolo Zuccheri (Italy)
Bass and viola da gamba are played in the Baroque Festspiel Orchester Gottingen Orchestra, conducted by N. Mc Gegan. He teaches guitar and guitar at the Accademia di musica antica in Brunico (Bz). and Laboratorio per la Musica e l’Opera Barroca in Bazzano (BO).

Cornetto
Distance learning – January 17, 12:30 p.m.
Burke Fritghof Smith (Germany)
From 2008 to 2017 he taught Corneto and Decreases at the Hochschule für Musik Trossingen and in 2017 he was appointed Corneto professor at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis after Bruce Dickey.

Harpsichord and clavichord
Distance learning – January 21, 12:30 p.m.
Mino van Dilt (Netherlands)
Since 1995 Mino van Delft has taught ukulele, clavichord, basso continuo and orchestral interpretation at the Amsterdam Conservatory.

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