Posts tagged baroque
Posts tagged baroque
It’s Director of Admissions, Michael Manderen ‘76! He’s in his office, taking a break from admissions-related work to practice his theorbo (which is a kind of lute that has additional bass strings).
And here’s a pic of Michael Manderen (Director of Con Admissions) playing a replica of a early 17th century Italian theorbo (a relative of the lute, distinguished by the addition of extra bass strings.)
You never know what kind of awesome talent Con personnel are going to have!
Historical Trumpets from the Baroque Performance Institute
From June 16-30, 2013, Oberlin Conservatory celebrated 40 years of the Baroque Performance Institute at Oberlin. This year, the institute focused on a project called “In The Valley of the Danube.” Here’s some photos of the rehearsal process! Particularly, these are historical trumpets rehearsing in Fairchild Chapel. All photos by Erich Burnett.
The latest from Krista Solars (@alittlefiddle). Violinist, Fiddler, Baroque Violinist. Ohio
Krista Solars ‘10 has joined Twitter! Follow her for updates on her performances, albums, and more!
On Sunday, May 26, 2013, Oberlin Baroque a program of baroque chamber music featuring conservatory students from the Historical Performance (HP) Program and coached by HP faculty members. All photos by Gregory Pendolino.
Not only did Oberlin Baroque receive a grant from Early Music America, but they’re also performing in the organization’s Young Performers Festival at 3 PM on June 13 (Thursday!). If you’re in Boston, check it out!
This Benefit Concert, put on my Prof Michael Lynn to thank the Cleveland Clinic for saving his life, has passed, but check out the interview we did with him just days before the concert!
Interview and photos by Will Roane ‘12.
Get your tickets to Prof Michael Lynn’s benefit concert for the Cleveland Clinic right here! The concert is at 8 pm on Saturday night at the Cleveland Museum of Art.
Here’s a vintage photo of Michael Lynn, Professor of Recorder and Baroque Flute. Lynn will lead a benefit concert for the Cleveland Clinic’s Liver Transplant program on Saturday May 11. The concert will feature Oberlin faculty, alumni, and students, as well as Cleveland’s premier baroque ensemble, Apollo’s Fire!
Our beloved professor and friend received a successful transplant late last year, and we are thrilled to have him back.
Read more about the concert here!