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USC's Collegium–Dedans la mer: Music from the Shores of England and France

San Francisco Early Music Society

San Francisco Early Music Society USC's Collegium–Dedans la mer: Music from the Shores of England and France

Every summer, the San Francisco Early Music Society offers six weeks of workshops on historical music from the Middle Ages through the Classical era and beyond. Students of all ages and at all levels have the chance to study historical performance with the faculty of superb musicians SFEMS brings from around the world. Each week, workshop faculty give a public concert, featuring first-rate performances of both familiar and unusual repertory. The concerts are enthusiastic and inspired, always filled with the joy of music-making in a less formal setting, and often bringing surprises as musicians spontaneously interact and play off each other’s energy.

The Medieval/Renaissance Workshop is happening at St. Albert's Priory this year from June 30th to July 6th. On Tuesday July 2nd, the workshop director, Adam Gilbert, will present his USC Collegium's program that they performed at the Bloomington Young Artist's Festival.

Adam Knight Gilbert, director, winds
Adam Bregman, winds, voice

Rachelle Romero, soprano
Jae Hwan Kim, countertenor
David Morales, tenor
Zachary Haines, bass

Jason Yoshida, lute
Alejandro Acosta, lute
Paul Hwang, vielle

Adam Knight Gilbert is Associate Professor and Director of the Early Music Program at USC’s Thornton School of Music. He received his PhD from Case Western Reserve, studied in Belgium with Fulbright and Belgian American Foundation Grants, and taught musicology at Stanford University. Adam has performed and recorded on recorder, shawm, bagpipes, and historical woodwinds with Ensemble for Early Music, Waverly Consort, Piffaro, and as co-director of the ensemble Ciaramella. He received the 2008 Noah Greenberg Award and was join recipient with Rotem Gilbert of the 2014 Thomas Binckley Award. He researches and writes on early modern composition and improvisation, performance practice, and symbolism.

Program

Performers

Adam Knight Gilbert

Director, winds

Adam Bregman

winds, voice

Jae Hwan Kim

countertenor