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PRIX ANNELIE DE MAN 2020
01-05 April 2020
Application deadline: 15 November 2019
Brandywine Baroque presents
April 24-26, 2020
6:00 pm Opening Reception
7:00 pm Concert • Mark Edwards
8:30 pm Concert • Janine Johnson
1:00 pm Concert • Dongsok Shin
2:15 pm Concert • Karen Flint
3:30 pm Lecture • Stephen Birkett
A Survey of Historic Harpsichord Wire
4:45 pm Concert • Duangkamon Wattanasak
8:00 pm Concert • Adam Pearl
9:00 pm Concert • Arthur Haas
1:30 pm Lecture • Denis Herlin
Editing Couperin's first two books of Pièces de Clavecin:
a bibliographical imbroglio.
3:00 pm Grand Finale
The Barn at Flintwoods
205 Center Meeting Road
Greenville, DE 19807 (USA)
28 April – 1 May 2020
The Horniman Museum and Gardens
100 London Rd, Forest Hill, London SE23 3PQ
Closing date: 15th November 2019
Entries are now open for the Horniman Early Keyboard Competition to be held from 28 April to 1 May 2020. The instruments to be used for the competition are the Adam Beyer square piano (1777) and Onofrio Guarracino virginals (1668).
The competition is open to performers who will be under the age of 36 on 1st May 2020. The two rounds will be held on consecutive days and up to five people will go forward to the second round. Awards will include a cash prize of £200, an audience prize and recitals at UK venues.
In addition to the two rounds of the competition, there will be special masterclasses and a Maestros’ concert by the three adjudicators.
Entry fee: £30. Entry includes free admission to the two masterclasses and Maestros’ concert. Nb: The masterclasses are now fully booked for playing participants. If you wish to be added to the waiting list, should a space become available, please contact Beatrice Booker at email@example.com. Auditors are welcome.
August 5th-8th, 2020
Schubert Club/Landmark Center
St. Paul, Minnesota USA
Beethoven and the spirit of innovation:
a 250th birthday celebration
ninth mae and irving jurow
international harpsichord competition
The ninth annual meeting of the Historical Keyboard Society of North America (HKSNA) celebrates the 250th birthday of Ludwig van Beethoven, and other composers throughout music history who have explored paths of innovation, as well as the early keyboards that accompanied them along the journey. In addition to this special focus, proposals related to any aspect of early keyboards (organ, clavichord, harpsichord, and pre-20th century piano) will be considered. Hosted by The Schubert Club, housed in the historic Landmark Center in St. Paul, Minnesota, 3-1/2 days of events (Wednesday afternoon through Saturday evening, August 5-8, 2020) will include the Jurow Competition Finals,* paper presentations, lecture-recitals, mini-recitals, maintenance workshops, evening concerts, a tour of the Schubert Club’s instrument collection, a masterclass, and an exhibition of publications, recordings, and instrument makers’ works.
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