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[Viola da gamba Society Japan Summer Seminar 2012]
26- 29 July 2012
at Shikanoya (Japanese traditional inn)
Kakeyu (hot spa), Nagano, Japan. http://www.sikanoya.co.jp/
Gamba teachers: Kaori Uemura, Emmanuel Girard
Teacher for beginners: Mikaho Somekawa
Guest players: Ryo Terakado, Yuko Araki
Accompanist: Naoki Ueo harpsichord
Maintenance: Teruaki Hirayama Viola da Gamba maker
Theme of seminar: Enjoyment of In Nomine
Teacher concert, lectures, consort lessons, ensemble lessons, individual lessons,
student concert, and many other attractive events, i.e., the auction for scholarship are planned.
Members of VdGSJ: 46,000JPY. Student 36,000JPY.
Non Members: 50,000JPY. Student 40,000JPY.
Fees for individual lessons: 6,000JPY will be added
If you would like to have basso continuo by harpsichord, 2,000JPY is also added.
Enrolment before 5 June 2012
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[Consort Weekend 2012]
Consort Weekend 2012 will be held on 18 November 2012 at Ushioda Ballet Studio:
2-33-24, Umegaoka, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, Japan. http://www.ushioda-ballet.com/
Let's have a consort concert evening together!
You can join the concert with your own consort group and/or join in as an individual player at the free consort session. Non-VgSJ members/groups are very welcome, too.
Details will be announced at the end of summer.
[Summer Seminar 2011]
The Summer Seminar was held from 25th to 28th August at the music inn at Kakeyu Spa in Ueda-city. The tutors were Mr.Shigenori Sennari and Mr.Tetsuya Nakano, and the tutor for the beginners’ course was Mr. Hijiri Shinagawa. The harpsichord player was Ms. Hanako Kamogawa, and the viol “doctor” was Mr.Sakae Ishii. The number of participants was 28, and each in their different ways enjoyed the course. An auction was held for the scholarship fund as last year, and the results were excellent.
[The World of the Viola da Gamba]
<The World of the Viola da Gamba> was held on 12th December 2010 at Pegasus Hall of the Hokutopia, close to Oji station, Tokyo. It included many entertainments such as three concerts, step-up lessons, lessons for beginners, a display of instruments, and an exhibition of the photo competition for the Viola da Gamba. These took place during the day in several rooms all on the same floor.
* "Tenshô ken'ô shisetsu" (Japanese envoys in Europe 1582-90)
The original article: Journal of the Viola da Gamba Society of America Volume vol. 37, 2000, pp. 31-67.
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