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“Awakening sleeping instruments”

International Fiddle Symposium From thr 31th July to the 1st August 2021, Spello (Italy) Organized by Micrologus-Centro Studi “Adolfo Broegg” in collaboration with Labyrinth Italia It will take place in Spello the next 31th of July to the 1st of August 2021 during the last days of the International Medieval Music Course. Two days of Lectures and Performances, with: – Marie Virginie Cambriels – Manuel… Read More »“Awakening sleeping instruments”

Songs and dances during religious celebrations in L’Aquila (secc. XV-XVI)

Music by Giovanni da Capestrano, Leonardo Giustinian, Marcantonio del Picaro, Vanni di Martino, Niccolò del Preposto, Alessandro de Ritiis and anonymous.   The CD Devote passioni promotes the rediscovery – and first modern performance – of vocal and instrumental repertoires used in the town of L’Aquila during religious celebrations in medieval and Renaissance times. The city of L’Aquila has a tradition of spirituality dating back… Read More »Songs and dances during religious celebrations in L’Aquila (secc. XV-XVI)

Masterclass with Guillermo Pérez

Italian 14th century monody – 2a pars Feb-Apr 2014 The Centro Studi Adolfo Broegg will host in 2014 two new sessions dedicated to the Italian 14th century monodic pieces (including the well-known istampitte from London 29987, Rossi Codex and Florentine trecento composers) researching in practical-performance, repertoire context, analysis and relations with Italian Ars Nova polyphony. These seminars are open to beginners and advanced players/singers in… Read More »Masterclass with Guillermo Pérez

”The Music and the Istruments of the Middle Ages”

CONCERT-LESSON OF MEDIEVAL MUSIC with PROJECTION OF IMAGES for Schools and Tourist Groups A concert of medieval music, with a thorough explanation of the musical instruments, faithful reconstructions of those of the period. And a presentation of the PERMANENT EXHIBITION of “LUTES & STRING INSTRUMENTS FROM THE MIDDLE AGES TO OUR DAYS” (collection Broegg). There are 20 different plucked string instruments (lutes, guinterne, guitars, bouzouki),… Read More »”The Music and the Istruments of the Middle Ages”

5° International Course of Medieval Music

The polyphonic music to the Aragonese Court of Naples 28 / 07-02 / 08 2014 Daily Schedule “Poliphonic music in the 15th century Aragonese Naples Court” Based on the quality and number of its musicians, the 15th century Aragonese court in Naples boasted the premiere musical ‘capella’ in Europe, even more important than that of the court of Burgundy. The composers Cornago and Vincenet worked… Read More »5° International Course of Medieval Music

Music and art in Umbria: an intimate Study Week of Music, Lute, Harp and Art in Italy

25-30 Luglio 2011 Lute, harp and ensemble music of the early Renaissance and medieval age is the focus of a one-week course in the beautiful hilltop town of Spello in Umbria, Italy, in a renovated fifteenth-century church which is a new centre for early music study (Centro Studi Europeo di Musica Medievale Adolfo Broegg). The course offers private harp, lute or voice lessons and ensemble… Read More »Music and art in Umbria: an intimate Study Week of Music, Lute, Harp and Art in Italy


Topic: MEDIEVAL MUSIC AND ITALIAN POLYPHONY IN THE 14th CENTURY Dates: August 2-7, 2010 Location: CENTRO STUDI EUROPEO DI MUSICA MEDIEVALE “ADOLFO BROEGG”Chiesa della Madonna della Consolazione di Prato, Via Fonte del Mastro II,Spello (Perugia), Italy Main Classes:SOLO SINGING – Patrizia Bovi (August 2-6)VIOL, REBECK – Gabriele RussoWIND INSTRUMENTS – Goffredo Degli EspostiDANCE – Véronique Daniels (August 4-6) Extraordinary Singing Class (August 4-7)14th-CENTURY POLYPHONY IN… Read More »FIRST INTERNATIONAL MEDIEVAL MUSIC WORKSHOP