“Garden of Pleasure” Source: The British Library MS Harley 4425 f. 12v

Capitol Early Music offers three workshops in 2017-2018

  • October 21, 2017, members of Alkemie lead a workshop on interpreting and performing medieval music.  For singers and instrumentalists 
  • Saturday February 3, 2018, members of Parthenia lead a workshop featuring voices and viols.  For singers, gambists, and other diverse instrumentalists
  • Saturday April 21, 2018, members of the Art of the Fugue ensemble lead a recorder workshop on Preludes and Fugues.  For recorder players

More details to come!  Registration opens 9 weeks before each workshop.


Capitol Early Music Workshops find an enthusiastic audience!

Comments from participants at Les Bostonades’ ‘Consorts and Ensembles’ workshop:

“Great student teacher ratio. Great instructor.”

“Delighted to be given so much useful material to work on.”

“I was looking for some strategies to improve my technical fluency and some ideas for ensemble playing. This met both needs.”

And from Renaissonics’ ‘Playing with Style’ workshop:

“Liked working on ensemble skills. It was a very welcoming environment.”

“John Tyson [has a] unique and persuasive approach to Renaissance Music.”

“It was great listening to the professionals ahead of the [instruction] sessions”