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We're just finalizing Cambridge Renaissance Ensemble's next three or four concert dates, having brought on board a couple of extra players. Venues are Ely Cathedral, Waltham Abbey and Christ's College, and the programmes will include a survey of the In Nomine, music by Biber and Schmelzer, and some...
Now that the Spanish programme is done (Soler, Blanco, Boccherini), we have an extra one at Wolfson in two weeks to look forward too (see francis-knights.webnode.com/future-concerts/), then an Italian Concertos programme at Jesus and the Telemann Anniversary at Sidney Sussex...
The website for the Louis Marchand 350th Anniversary is now up at marchard-2018.webnode.com/
We're very pleased to announce that Adrian Lenthall (clavichord) will be joining us for the all-keyboard Telemann anniversary day on 25 June telemann2017.webnode.com/
A special LED lighting system has now arrived, so I can experiment with video recording; one project may be a complete version of the 48.
We still have vacancies for one or two more consort players - see francis-knights.webnode.com/cambridge-renaissance-ensemble/
The website for September's keyboard event is up and running at nema-conference-2017.webnode.com/, and for 2018 NEMA is planning a conference on Renaissance singing, with a Christopher Hogwood memorial conference in 2019.
The FMM project website formal-methods-in-musicology.webnode.com/ has now been updated with better images, and we've drafted two more research Abstracts (Bach's early keyboard music, and changing styles in Haydn's string quartets) to go online shortly.
The first Bach installment, coming in April, is twelve of the Preludes & Fugues from Book 2, on clavichord (which means these are the ones in 'easy' keys, rather than C# major etc...). The second concert, hopefully later this year, will be from Book 1, followed by the remainder of the works,...
We now have a basic website up for the 'Couperin' project (which is rapidly expanding into Taverner, Bach, Haydn and all sorts of other interesting areas of stylistic analysis) at formal-methods-in-musicology.webnode.com/
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