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Andrew Schultze will present a workshop on French Baroque music style and performance practices, focusing on the theoretical works of de Bacilly, Couperin and Hotteterre and modern specialists such as Betty Bang Mather, Mary Cyr and David Fuller. The chapter … Continue reading
Please join Lisette and the Chicago Chapter on Sunday, September 20th, at 2 PM, for our first class meeting in this season’s Storytelling 101. We’ll warm up with a great “conversation” from the ARS Members’ Library Edition, He Talks, She … Continue reading
Noted bass-baritone performer and teacher, Andrew Schultze is generously sharing with us a recently completed research study of his on 17th century vocal ornamentation, that can also apply to the recorder. He traces the meanings of several terms, such as … Continue reading
Nobody needs any more bad news related to COVID-19. But… Due to the extraordinary circumstances we are living in for the foreseeable future, we in the Chicago Chapter ARS are cancelling the April and May meetings. With conditions changing daily, … Continue reading
Sorry to disappoint at this late date, but we’ve decided to cancel the ARS meeting for tomorrow, Sunday, Mar. 15. By this afternoon, there was only a very small number of people who planned to attend, and after talking to … Continue reading
Andrew Schultze leads us on March 15 with music from the French Baroque, with plans to mark the 350th anniversary of the collaboration between two 17th century giants of the arts, composer and performer Jean-Baptiste Lully and playwright Moliere, in … Continue reading
Thank you Peter Beck for the photos.