Mesterklasser i de 12 Telemann-fantasiene og barokkdans med h-moll suiten med den fremragende fløytisten Rachel Brown.



Tid: Tirsdag 19. mars kl 15.00 - 21.00 og onsdag 20.mars kl 15.00 - 18.30

Sted: Norges musikkhøgskole, Slemdalsveien 11, Oslo

Språk: engelsk

Kursavgift:  kr 300,- for en dag eller 600,- for begge. Prisen inkluderer lettere servering begge dager.

Påmeldingsfrist: 11. mars 2019
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Program for dagene

Tirsdag 19. mars

15.00 - 18.00:  Mesterklasse Telemann Fantasies 1 - 6

15.00: Telemann Fantasia 1 - Ingvild
15.30: Telemann Fantasia 2 - Miriam  
16.00: Telemann Fantasia 3 - Johanne
16.30: pause
17.00: Telemann Fantasia 4 - Ingrid EA
17.30: Telemann Fantasia 5 - Andrea MR
18.00: Telemann Fantasia 6 - Ingrid O
18.30: pause
19.00: Baroque dance of the B minor suite

21.00: Thank you for today!


Onsdag 20.mars

15.00 - 18.30 Mesterklasse Telemann Fantasies 7 - 12

15.00: Telemann Fantasia 7 - Linn Marie
15.30: Telemann Fantasia 8 - Iver
16.00: Telemann Fantasia 9 - Julie
16.30: pause
17.00: Telemann Fantasia 10 - Andrea BR
17.30: Telemann Fantasia 11 - Solveig
18.00: Telemann Fantasia 12 - Frida

18.30: Thank you for this time! 


Rachel Brown  principal flute & recorder 

Best known for her eloquent and virtuosic performances on a huge range og flutes and recorders, Rachel Brown is also an acknowledged authority on historical performance practice, an inspirational teacher and entertaining and illuminating speaker. 

Whilst training on modern flute at Manchester Univerity and the Royal Northern College of Music with Trevor Wye she won numerous prizes leading to performances of flute concertos by Ibert and Nielsen and went to win the coveted American National Flute Association's Young Artist Competition in Chicago in 1984. She gave first performances of work by Robin Walker, John Ogden, Judith Weir and a new commission for the Park Lane Group by Barry Guy. 

However, her interest in early music had already been captured by her recorder teacher, Ross Winters, and this naturally led to study of the baroque flute with Lisa Beznosiuk and Stephen Preston and an exploriation of the many diverse classical and nineteenth-century flutes and their rich solo and chamber repertoire. 

Rachel's recital discs of French Baroque Music and Quantz Sonatas established her reputation and her recording of virtuosic works by Schubert and Boehm on simple-system, ring-keyed and Boehm alto flutes has been described as "a revelation" (Pan). As a soloist she has recorded extensively and toured in Europe, Japan and North America with a comprehensive concerto repertoire from J.S Bach, Vivaldi and Telemann to Mozart. She has given many performances of newly discovered Handel Flute Concerto and her championing of the works of the Berlin School has reawakened interest in the largely unknown masterpieces by Quantz. Her dazzling recordings of the Quantz and C.P.E Bach Concerto have won international acclaim. Most recently, her recording og the CPE Bach minor concerto was voted best by Polish radio. 

Rachel appears on many Telemann discs Collegium Musicum 90 and her recording of the complete Handel flute and recorder sonatas op.1 with her Academy of Ancient Music has been described as "heart-rending" (BBC Music Magazine) and "enchanting" (The Independent.) She has recorded Bach's B minor Suite, with the Brandenburg Consort and the Academy of Ancient Music. Rachel is a founder member and soloist with London Handel Players with whom she recorded Geminiani sonatas op.1 and three discs of Handel's chamber music, described as "perfection itself" (PAN) 

Rachel Brown is currently professor of baroque flute at the Royal College of Music.



Sist oppdatert: 14. januar 2019