EBRS presents:
Missa Vidi speaciosam
with ADAM GILBERT for intermediate to advanced players

November 16, 2013
9:30 AM to 4:30 PM (registration at 9:00)
Zion Lutheran Church – 5201 Park Boulevard, Piedmont

Directed by Adam Gilbert, music for the day will highlight the Missa Vidi speaciosam for six voices published in 1592 by Spanish composer Tomàs Luis de Victoria (1548‐1611). Other music will include Victoria’s motet of the same name and other gems by Victoria and Francisco Guerrero.

A special feature of this workshop will be a short session in the morning in which Adam will teach some elementary Renaissance ornamentation, giving participants the opportunity to experiment with it throughout the day as they play this beautiful repertoire.

Recorders, singers and players all “soft” instruments are warmly welcomed: strings of all sizes (plucked or bowed), flutes, sackbuts, cornetti, dulcians, chalumeaux, douçaines…others? As space permits.

Bring instruments (pitch: A=440), music stand, and a bag lunch.

Music is included in the workshop fee: PDFs will be sent beforehand upon request, if time available.
Snacks and beverages will be provided for breaks. For more information, contact Greta Haug‐Hryciw: gr8asf@yahoo.com; (415) 377‐4444.

About Adam Gilbert

Adam Gilbert Professor of musicology, recorder and historical double reeds at USC’s Thornton School of Music, Adam Knight Gilbert is one of the premiere international players of the Renaissance shawm. He grew up in Columbia, South Carolina and became the first graduate of the Early Music program at the Mannes College of Music in New York City. He has performed as a member of New York’s Ensemble for Early Music, the Waverly Consort, Piffaro, and has appeared with numerous other early music ensembles. He is a founding member of ensemble Ciaramella, which performs in the U.S., Israel, and Belgium. Gilbert studied recorder at Rotterdam’s Conservatorium and studied in Leuven, Belgium from 1998 to 2000 as a recipient of the Fulbright and Belgian‐American Education Foundation grants. He completed his PhD at Case Western Reserve University in 2003, and taught for two years as a visiting assistant professor at Stanford University. He lectures, gives master classes internationally and is an adjunct faculty of Tilburg Conservatorium in Holland. Click here to learn more!

REGISTRATION (after November 9th, space available basis)

Workshop Fees:

EBRS/SFEMS/ARS $50 (space available)
Non-Members: $55 (space available)

After clicking "Add to Cart" you will be taken to the PayPal website to provide your name and other information to complete the transaction. You can return to this page and add/modify your registration if you are registering multiple workshop participants here and not everyone is at the same membership level.

  • EBRS/SFEMS/ARS Member: $50
  • Non-Member: $55