International course of medieval music

Lessons of Medieval singing, lute, wind instruments, percussions
Conferences and lectures teached by musicologists who will talk about
aspects of Pre-Renaissance Iberian music.
– in Spello from the 25th July to the 30th July 2021 –
– Symposium from the 31th July to the 1st August – 

Music courses

To discover ancient music instrumentis such as Archs, Lute, Medieval Picks, Wind Instruments, Hurdy Gurdy, Medieval Percussions and Dulcimer

Concerts and events

Medieval Music concerts to discover some specific music instruments such as Zampogne, Shawn and Bagpipe.

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Course of medieval music
Singing, Lute, Wind Instruments, Hardy Gurdyand Percussions courses
from 25th to 30th July 2021
In Spello (Perugia)

Awakening sleeping instruments
Fiddle Symposium
Lectures and performances
from the 31th July to the 1st August 2021
in Spello

Student Concerts
Final Essay of the
Course of Medieval Music
Friday the 30th of July 2021
Auditorium Centro Studi

Festival Spello Spendens

A Festival of Medieval, Renaissance and oral tradition music that offers the discovery of particular instruments, such as  Zampogne, Shawn and Bagpipe.

Concerts, exhibitions, conferences, lectures and internships to present the great variety of instruments and musical repertoires of Italian and European medieval music.

International course of medieval music

Lessons of Medieval Singing, Bowed Instruments, Lute, Wind Instruments, Percussion and lectures on aspects of pre-Renaissance Music.
In Spello, from the 25th July to the 30th July 2021

Power and beauty of our musical traditions

With the Spello Splendens Festival and the International Medieval Music Course we want to rediscover a precious musical tradition made up of strings, lutes, medieval wind instruments, ghigonda and much more …

Medieval music courses

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Do you want to discover the precious musical tradition of the Middle Ages made up of strings, lutes, wind instruments, songs and much more?