Early Music Vancouver  


Vancouver Early Music
Programme & Festival 2014

July 27 through August 15, 2014 at the campus of the University of British Columbia

An acclaimed series of summer courses and concerts jointly sponsored
by Early Music Vancouver and the School of Music at the University of British Columbia

The deadline for Registrations and for Scholarship Applications is April 15, 2014.
Results will be announced by Thursday, May 15, 2014.

Late registrations will be considered if space permits.

Overview for 2014  
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Please note:
Our two bi-annual courses, the Mediæval Programme directed by Sequentia,
and the Lute Workshop West of the LSA, will again be offered in the summer of 2015.


We are offering the following Programmes in the summer of 2014:


July 27 through August 8, 2014:

Baroque Vocal Programme:


The Compleat Singer

Ellen Hargis course director & voice
Marie-Nathalie Lacoursière gesture, dance & stage movement
Lucas Harris coach-accompanist (lute)
Christopher Bagan coach-accompanist (harpsichord, organ & fortepiano)
Michael Jarvis coach-accompanist (harpsichord, organ & fortepiano)
NEW July 29 through August 3, 2014:

Baroque Instrumental Mentorship Programme:


Early Haydn Symphonies

Marc Destrubé violin
Julie Andrijeski violin
Wilbert Hazelzet transverse flute
Rainer Zipperling violoncello
Jacques Ogg harpsichord

August 3 through August 15, 2014:

Baroque Instrumental Programme:


The Legacy of the Baroque

Jacques Ogg course co-director, harpsichord & fortepiano
Marc Destrubé course co-director, violin
Julie Andrijeski baroque dance, violin & ensembles
Wilbert Hazelzet transverse flute
Rainer Zipperling violoncello & viola da gamba
and with the participation of
Ton Amir harpsichord builder & lecturer

Saturday morning August 9, 2014:

Historical Dance Workshop for Beginners

Julie Andrijeski baroque dance


Saturday afternoon August 9, 2014:

Harpsichord Maintenance & Regulation Workshop

Ton Amir harpsichord builder & technician


July 25 through August 15, 2014:

Vancouver Early Music Festival 2014

A superb concert series featuring faculty members & guest artists & ensembles


July 25 through August 15, 2014:

“Early Music in Context” – a series of free lectures

This free series of lecture/presentations, on a variety of subjects, is open to the public.



We prefer to receive course & workshop registrations,
and requests for accommodation, on-line via our secure web page:


If necessary you may also download a copy of these forms as a PDF file,
which you can print, complete, and send to us by regular mail.