Cours de luth à Paris !
Miguel Yisrael enseigne, à Paris, dans un Studio privé, le luth Renaissance, le luth Baroque, la vihuela, l'archilute et le théorbe.
(Metro Hôtel de Ville / Châtelet).
Luthistes débutants et confirmés !
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Miguel Yisrael teaches Renaissance and Baroque lute, vihuela, archiluth and theorbo in a private studio in Paris (Metro Hôtel de Ville / Châtelet). Beginners and advanced students of all ages are accepted.
Miguel Yisrael is an experienced teacher of both practical and academic music. He is also the author of a major treatise on the baroque lute called "Method for the Baroque Lute" (pp. 364), published in Italy by Ut Orpheus in 2008. Miguel Yisrael's 'Method for the Baroque Lute' can provide you with the technical and musical foundations required for a solid and comprehensive approach to playing the baroque lute.
That is indeed the purpose, and challenge, of M. Yisrael lute lessons, to reach out to as many lute-lovers as possible, and give them the opportunity to express themselves via this instrument, however advanced they may be in their musical education. Its students includes not just those who have never played a musical instrument, but also seasoned guitarists desirous of initiation into the mysteries of the lute!
Lute Course in the Castle Alteglofsheim (Bavarian Music Academy)
Teatchers : Miguel Yisrael and Stewart McCoy
Next Course : 19 to 22 of September 2013
We teach renaissance and baroque lutes, teorbo, archilute, vihuela, baroque guitar and ensemble playing for beginners to advanced players of all ages.
For those who are interested, but do not possess an instrument, a small number of loan lutes will be provided.
The course fee for active participants (max. 20) is 12o €
For students and members of the German Lute Society the fee is 100 € Listeners pay 80 €
We get three meals a day + coffee and cake with three nights in a double room for 81.50 € and 108.50 € if your prefer to have a single room! We recommend you to register as soon as possible.
Contact : Harald Gerstmayer