Accademia Amsterdam

Accademia Amsterdam

Description

Accademia Amsterdam invites amateurs and (music) students to an exciting summer course dedicated to baroque chamber music and dance. Particular attention is paid to the overall interpretation of the early baroque period up to classicism.
With additional master-classes for those who want to improve their skills.
We collaborate with the Università per Stranieri di Perugia, and offer courses Italian language & literature, cooking and arts.
The musicians of Accademia Amsterdam will treat participants with an inspiring concert in the beautiful Auditorium Marianum of the Istituto Musicale “G. Frescobaldi”, located in the historical centre of Perugia. This is also the place where most of the music courses are taking place. Music students present themselves on the last afternoon in the baroque theatre hall of the Università per Stranieri di Perugia.
The historical and artistic beauty of Perugia and the gentle landscape of the Umbrian hills serve as a source of inspiration.

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  • Course
  • Perugia (Italy)
  • Intermediate
  • 5 Days

...to visit the historical centre of Perugia or its surroudings. For those interested, we organize an excursion to one of the local cultural highlights... Learn about: Instrumental Music, Chamber Music, Dance History... More


£ 207
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  • Course
  • Perugia (Italy)
  • Intermediate
  • 4 Days

...where the music courses are taking place. Music students present themselves on the last afternoon in the baroque theatre hall of the Università per Stranieri di Perugia... Learn about: Italian Cookery, Cooking Classes, Italian cuisine... More


£ 55
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Italian Language & Culture Course in Perugia
Accademia Amsterdam
  • Course
  • Perugia (Italy)
  • Intermediate
  • 5 Days

...or in the historic centre of Perugia. Very close to the course location are several affordable hotels. Do you want to make it yourself more comfortable?... Learn about: Literature Study, Italian Conversation, Italian Language... More


£ 313
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Teachers and trainers (12)

Annalisa Martella
Annalisa Martella
professor

After awarded with the diploma piano, Annalisa Martella studied harpsichord with E. Giordani Sartori at the Conservatory of S. Cecilia of Rome, graduating with the highest grade. She has continued her studies of cembalo with Ferruccio Vignanelli, of figured bass with Domenico Bartolucci, organ with Flavio Benedetti Michelangeli and contrappunto with M° Bellandi. She has achieved the Diploma of Improvement with Christiane Jaccottet at the Advanced Conservatory of Music of Geneva.

Antonio Magarelli
Antonio Magarelli
professor

Antonio Magarelli, born in Molfetta (Bari), is graduated in Piano, Music Pedagogy, Choral Music and Choir direction, Band Instrumentation and Conducting at the Conservatory of Bari and Monopoli. He studied composition and continued his study conducting and interpretation of the repertoire with Peter Neumann, Gary Graden, Nicole Corti, Javier Busto, Bo Holten, Paul Smith. He attended the International Academy for Choral Conductors and Singers in Fano and the Laboratory of choral conducting at the Conservatory in Monopoli. He studied singing with Claudio Cavina and Steve Woodbury.

Cinzia Ubaldi
Cinzia Ubaldi
Traditional cooking

Cinzia Ubaldi was born in Rome. In 1981 she graduated as engineer of the hotel business at IPATS (Professional State Institute for Touristic Hotel Manager) in Formia in the province of Latina. She has experience as a cashier at the Sheraton hotel in 1983 and then at the Hilton Cavalieri in Rome. In 1985 Cynthia has lived in Germany where she had a Gasthaus in the Elzas with her husband Giacomino Domenico and his associates. After five years she returned to Italy where she worked for a year at the hotel Le Silve di Armenzano (Assisi).

Dorothée Wortelboer
Dorothée Wortelboer
baroque dance

Dorothée Wortelboer, has been active in the field of early dance for thirty years now. She studied Renaissance and Baroque dance with several European and American specialists and soon began doing her own research, dance reconstruction and productions. For numerous productions of historical music theatre she was in charge of the dance research, reconstruction and choreography as well as taking part in them as a dancer. Her interest focuses mainly on the period 1550 -1750, although she is frequently involved with the earlier and some of the later dance styles as well.

Jan Pieter van Coolwijk
Jan Pieter van Coolwijk
(baroque) violin

Jan Pieter van Coolwijk studied violin and baroque violin at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague with Jacques Holtman, Vera Beths and Lucy van Dael. As musician he works in Europe, particularly in France, Spain, Germany and, of course, the Netherlands. He has international professional experience including the Nederlands Balletorkest, Nieuw Sinfonietta Amsterdam, La Grande Ecurie, Académie Sainte Cécile, Münchener Monteverdi Ensemble, Rheinische Kantorei, Nederlandse Bachvereniging and The New Consort (Utrecht) with Frans Brüggen, Sigiswald Kuijken, William Christie and Jean Claude Malgoire.

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Areas of specialisation

baroque music, baroque dance