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Do you love early music?  Do you play a Baroque instrument like a recorder or a viol?

You’ve come to the right place!

Our members play recorders (soprano, alto, tenor, bass), viols, flutes, violins and other Early Instruments

  • Here’s what we can offer you:

    • A group of 25-30 amateur musicians who love to play together. Renaissance and Baroque music is our passion

    • A new professional coach at every monthly workshop. They come with fascinating musical scores and bring them alive

    • Warm harmonic sounds as we play soprano, alto, tenor and bass parts – just like a choir

    • A friendly welcome and a break for refreshments!

    ALL INSTRUMENTS WELCOME

 

Where and When?

Monthly Sunday workshops from September to May   1:30 pm to 4:00 pm.  Armour Heights Community Centre at 2140 Avenue Road, just south of Wilson Avenue. Parking on site. TTC buses 96 and 162 from York Mills Subway Station.   See Map

Please note:  Due to Covid 19, Fall workshops will take place online (Zoom)

  All new members are free for the 2020-2021 year!  Please email Elan Dresher, our President, at info@tempotoronto.net for information.We would love to see you!

 

 2020 - 2021 Full Programme

Our next Zoom workshop.  October 4th 2020 - Larry Lipnik  Recorders and Viols

Musicque de joye: "Music of Joy" from Renaissance France

Don’t miss this multi-media Zoom workshop! Play your recorder, viol, or other instrument and immerse yourself in a sampling of Renaissance Phantaisies, Ricercars, Dances, and Chansons. Learn about this trend-setting music, featured in 16th-century collections published by Attaingnant, Jacques Moderne, Phalese, and Gardane. Play your own instrument along with a variety of two- and four-part repertoire recorded for this workshop—beautiful works by Roland de Lassus, Claude Sermisy, Thomas Crecquillon, and Italian composer Giulio Segni. Sumptuous visuals illuminate the historical context.

President (2020 - 2021):   Elan Dresher  info@tempotoronto.net

   

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