Vancouver Early Music Programme 2013
Daily from 9:00-10:00 am: A special workshop for all participants of the Baroque Instrumental Programme.
Daily Morning Dance Workshop
at the Baroque Instrumental Programme
An Introductory Baroque Dance Workshop with Julie Andrijeski
“…Dance class beyond criticism! Helpful, enjoyable, fun, because it was non-threatening even to newcomers like me.
I learned more than I could have imagined about playing baroque music.”
This daily class is open to all participants in the Baroque Instrumental Programme. No previous experience is required; it could even be the first time that you attend a dance class.
Participants should bring rehearsal clothing (which should be comfortable to dance in), and very flexible shoes (with or without heel, but flexible) or socks.
Julie Andrijeski enjoys both teaching and performing early music and dance. As a full-time Lecturer at Case Western Reserve University, Ms. Andrijeski teaches classes in historical performance practices, teaches lessons in baroque violin, and directs the baroque orchestra, chamber, and dance ensembles. Her combined skills in music and dance often culminate in workshops and special teaching engagements at colleges and universities such as the Oberlin Conservatory, Indiana University, Juilliard, the University of Southern California, and the University of Colorado – Boulder. During the summers, Ms. Andrijeski teaches both violin and dance at several summer courses and festivals including those in Oberlin (BPI), Madison (MEMF), and Vancouver, BC (BIP).
In addition to her teaching positions, Ms. Andrijeski maintains an active performance schedule. She has been invited to play with many diverse early music groups across the nation and regularly appears with the Atlanta Baroque Orchestra (Artistic Director), New York State Baroque (Concertmaster), Quicksilver (Co-Director with Robert Mealy), Apollo’s Fire, Les Délices, the Boston Early Music Festival Orchestra, and The King’s Noyse.
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