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Tafelmusik Baroque Summer Institute

 

 

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Tafelmusik Baroque Summer Institute

May 31-June 13, 2020

The Tafelmusik Baroque Summer Institute (TBSI) is a world-renowned training program for advanced students, pre-professional, and professional musicians in instrumental and vocal baroque performance practice, led by some of the world's finest musicians in the field. This comprehensive training program includes:

  • masterclasses in solo repertoire
  • orchestra and choir rehearsals
  • chamber ensembles
  • opera scene study for singers
  • private lessons
  • lectures and workshops
  • classes in baroque dance
  • concerts by both participants and faculty

The Institute is held at the Faculty of Music, University of Toronto. Please visit the pages listed in the box to the right for full details of the program.

Pour plus d'informations sur le programme en français, veuillez contacter tbsi@tafelmusik.org
 

Institute Location:

Faculty of Music, University of Toronto
80 Queen's Park
Toronto, Canada

Charlotte Nediger, Artistic Coordinator
Laëtitia Lancellotta, Administrative Coordinator

For further information, please contact Tafelmusik at (416) 964-9562 or tbsi@tafelmusik.org.

Support and Acknowledgements

Tafelmusik Baroque Summer Institute Sponsor

Tafelmusik would like to thank BMO Financial Group, Lynn & James Haight and The McLean Foundation for their tremendous leadership support of Tafelmusik’s Artist Training.  In addition, thank you to the many generous donors who contribute to TBSI & TWI , in particular Reinhard & Marlene Dotzlaw, Katalin Gallyas, Les & Sandra Lawrence, Anthony Lisanti, Margaret Mackay, Mary Mackay MacMillan, W. Matheson, John & Maire Percy, Connie Reed, Andrea Walker & Lawrence Crawford and an additional eight anonymous donors who have so kindly provided full bursary support to students. Tafelmusik would also like to thank the Faculty of Music at the University of Toronto for their valued artistic partnership and their commitment to artistic excellence.