DIARY OF EVENTS
NB. listing is no guarantee that the workshop or concert will take place. Please check before committing.
Tallis Spem in Alium sung by Stile Antico https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QfnEbwcLq0E&feature=youtu.be
Recorder consort music downloads https://www.helenhooker.co.uk/downloads
J.S. Bach chamber music: http://www.herscheltrio.co.uk/new-concert-video.html
Backing tracks for recorder players https://www.srp.org.uk/david-moses-downloads/
i Fagiolini’s Sing The Score (+Extra). Robert Hollingworth and his group have made ‘sing along’ videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsdmpGkkaBlCmyiEyHtUjBAEIjbb4bVXp and www.ifagiolini.com/singthescore
Peter Holman has an online concert at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7-qIJ232JWc.
Play along (with) MIDI Files for Viola da Gambas & Recorders: https://tpgettys.weebly.com/
Or with the Chelys Consort (viols): http://www.chelysconsort.co.uk/consort-minus-one.html
Cappella Nova Outreach in association with Strathclyde University’s Centre for Lifelong Learning: https://mycll.strath.ac.uk/MyCLL/Classes?cid=76&cname=Music+%26+Singing+in+collaboration+with+Cappella+Nova+Outreach
Clare College choir video: https://www.clarecollegechoir.com/videos
Ex Cathedra have made recordings, e.g. sing-alongs for young children, see https://mailchi.mp/excathedra/may-2020-enews?e=994f568de2
A Web page of on-line events is being maintained by SWEMF at https://www.swemf.org.uk/events/online-events/ ,
by EEMF at www.eemf.org.uk/lockdown_links.html
and by BMEMF at www.bmemf.org.uk/online-activities.html
An Alison Kinder lecture-recital on the music of Tobias Hume is at https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=amqG1fSKXGs&app=desktop;
she has other videos at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnMc0tcKenkLzpbAfyFpkng .
6 Platinum Consort workshops, available at https://www.platinumconsort.com/jmf.html
The Sixteen have online performances and talks at https://thesixteen.com/quarantine-with-the-sixteen/ and What’s On – The Sixteen (A Choral Odyssey sequence).
There are backing tracks for a variety of early music instrumental works at https://www.catonthekeysmusic.co.uk/ . A few tracks are free.
David Hatcher has consort music minus one part – for you to fill in! – see
The City Musick also have recordings minus one part – see https://www.tcmusick.com/cck-music-store – but you do have to pay.
Unlock your Singing with Jennie Cassidy at https://www.connectandteach.com/lesson/unlock-your-singing/
PlayScore 2, currently for IPhone/iPad only (www.playscore.co ) allows you photograph your music and it will play it, or you can import a PDF to play. It allows you to play at any speed and you can set the instruments and transpose. It also exports MIDI if you want.
Some on-line lessons are being offered by
Elizabeth Dodd, viols, email@example.com
Alison Kinder, viols, www.alisonkinder.co.uk
Oonagh Lee, historical oboes and recorders, www.oonaghlee.com
Richard MacKenzie, lutes and guitars, http://magnatune.com/artists/richard_mackenzie/
Monday 14 November to Monday 19 December (irregular dates between). Join The Gesualdo Six to hear their fresh take on two historic pieces of Renaissance Polyphony. https://projects.stayathomechoir.com/courses/the-polyphony-project
Wednesdays 1pm. Lunchtime baroque concerts. www.ensemblehesperi.com
Trouvère Medieval Minstrels. Wednesday evenings 7pm on their Facebook page
The Telling Wednesday evenings, Fridays 11am Medieval singing workshops. https://www.thetelling.co.uk/concert-diary
Thursdays 19 January to 30 March 2023. Monteverdi and the Musical Baroque with Karen Betley. https://www.citylit.ac.uk/courses/monteverdi-and-the-musical-baroque
Thursdays 19 January to 30 March 2023. Topics in Renaissance Music 2 with Patrick Allies. https://www.citylit.ac.uk/courses/topics-in-renaissance-music-2
David Allinson Lunchtime Live, Fridays at 1pm: http://davidallinson.com/diary/
Fridays 1pm. Eboracum Baroque spotlight concerts on YouTube and Facebook (available afterwards). http://eboracumbaroque.co.uk/#events