EARLY MUSIC is mainly for youth and young adults. The track suits you who are interested in playing music from the middle ages or the renaissance period. You play a woodwind instrument like the recorder or flute, a string instrument like violin, viola, cello or viola da gamba, or something like a harp, guitar or lute. If you have a historical variant of some instrument, all the better! It's also possible to participate as a singer or percussionist.
Age: ca 12–23 years
Instrument experience: Good
Orchestra experience: Not necessary
Sheet music reading: Good knowledge
Participation fee: 450 SEK/participant
The track starts on Saturday June 18 after lunch and ends with Early & Folk in Concert on Tuesday June 21 in the evening.
Participates in the following concerts:
Early & Folk in Concert – Tuesday June 21, Concert Hall (Göteplatsfoajén)
Participants should be well rehearsed on the sheet music at camp start.
First selectionIncludes applications that arrive by December 14, 2021Admission notice will be sent by January 14, 2022
Second selectionIncludes applications that arrive by February 4, 2022Admission notice will be sent by February 24, 2022
Remaining slotsApplication for remaining slots open February 15–April 13, 2022
Admission notices sent continuously
Please read our APPLICATION INFO before you apply.
13 years or older without adult
Child under 13 years with adult
13 years or older with adult
Caroubel, F: Gavotte suit
Trad: Lux optata claruit
Trad: Vos que.m semblatz
More pieces may be added.
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Anders has double degrees in the recorder and a past in musical science. He has his musical home in medieval and renaissance music both as a musician and a sought-after teacher. In addition to the recorder, Anders also plays several other medieval instruments and is a member of the Medieval Ensemble Ambrosia.
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