August (18)19 – 22 (23), 2020
The course is intended for active participation by professionals, students from specialized music schools and for experienced amateurs with previous experience with Early Music. Active participation is also possible for players of modern instruments with a serious interest in music of earlier periods.
Passive participation is possible for anyone who is interested in baroque and renaissance music and its performance practice. Passive participants can follow the lessons in any of the classes and have free access to concerts and lectures.
For teachers in primary and secondary schools, we offer additional lessons in a course adapted according to the requirements for accreditation within the Ministry of Education’s system for further education for teachers (DVPP). The exact timetable and the calculation of additional lessons within the DVPP programme will be prepared individually based on the participant’s previous experience. Please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Beatriz Lafont Murcia (ES) – Solo singing, Castanets – workshop
Marta Kratochvílová (CZ) – Traverso, Flute consort
Michael Posch (AT) – Recorder, Flute consort, Mediaeval music
Krzysztof Firlus (PL) – Viola da gamba, Gamba consort
Jan Čižmář (CZ) – Lute, Guitar, Lute consort
COURSES: 19. – 22. 8. 2020
Lessons will be in the stylish baroque château in Kunín château (Kunewald, “the little Moravian Mirabell”, 1726–1734)
Lessons will take place day-long in the stylish baroque château in Kunín from August 19 to 22 (some individual lesson possibly also 18 and 23). Schedule will be published later.
Opening of the ensemble classes will depend on sufficient number of participants. Basic tuition fee allows participation in 2 or 4 blocks of one type ensemble. There is possibility to order more lessons. Repertoire for ensembles will define lecturers.
19. 8. 2020 – Opening teachers’ concert
22. 8. 2020 – Closing participants’ concert
Basic tuition fee 1.980 CZK includes
4 blocks of ensemble / workshop as preferred or
2 blocks of ensemble / workshop and 1 individual lesson or
2 individual lessons
Free entry on the Opening concert of lecturers
Possibility of performance on the Closing concert of participants (in accordance with the lecturer)
Duration of 1 individual lesson: at least 40 minutes.
Duration of 1 block of ensemble: cca. 180 minutes.
Duration of 1 block of castanets workshop: cca. 80 minutes.
Passive participants can follow the lessons in any of the classes and have free access to concerts and lectures.
There is a possibility to order more lessons beyond the basic fee. Price unit 990 CZK* includes
1 individual lesson or
2 blocks of ensemble / workshop as preferred
* Discount 20% from lessons beyond the basic fee for students up to 26 and for members of Czech Lute Society (discounts is possible to combine).
We are offering accommodation in two dormitories of the University of Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Sciences Brno, rather modest housings with 3 to 6 beds in one room. If possible, we will try to avoid occupying the rooms fully. Sanitary facilities are in the corridor, there is access to little kitchen. Price for person / night with breakfast: 290 CZK (210 CZK without breakfast).
Restaurant “U Dobré hraběnky” right in the Kunín château www.dobrahrabenka.cz.
Breakfast: included in the price for accommodation (optional)
Lunch and dinner: daily menu or a la carte, ordering and payment individually in the restaurant.
APPLICATION FORM and more information here: https://lute.cz/en/musacad-2/kunin-2020-en/
Filled in application form has to be sent by e-mail on address: email@example.com.
Tuition fee and price for accommodation is necessary to pay right after receiving of confirmation, at latest on August 10, 2020.
In the case of cancelling of courses because of COVID-19 situation, will be all the fees payed back. Pay back after the cancellation of application on the part of participant will be arranged individually. We reserve the privilege to keep 40% of tuition fee.
The event is organised by: Hudební lahůdky, z.s., co-organizer: Česká loutnová společnost, z.s.
Supported by State Cultural Fund of Czech Republic.
For goodwill and pleasant cooperation we thank Kunin château (warden Mr. Jaroslav Zezulčík, Nový Jičín museum), the Kunín parish (Mons. Dr. Alois Peroutka), the diocese of Ostrava-Opava (organologist Mr. Jiří Krátký), restaurant U dobré hraběnky, and the management of Nový Jičín school farm under VFU Brno.