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Lisette Kielson


L'Ensemble Portique Recorder Workshop
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Crossing Party Lines: Baroque Bipartisanship in French & Italian Music
The French and Italians cross party lines to get your vote. There will be a joint rally on September 6th featuring, among others, Boismortier, Dornel, Corelli, and some of the independent, swing composers, Bach, Handel, and Telemann. Whether you endorse the French or Italians, hear what they have to say. Join in the musical campaign!
Open to intermediate and advanced recorder players. Viols and other compatible instruments welcome.
Lessons and ensemble coaching (all levels) are available Friday, September 5th. For scheduling, please contact Lisette directly.
Bloomington Center for the Performing Arts
110 E Mulberry Street, Room 231
Bloomington, Illinois
Onsite Registration: $90/$85 ARS members
Pre-Registration (received by August 6, 2008): $80/$75 ARS members
Fulltime Students:    $35
Fees are refundable until August 20, 2008.
For more information
Call 309-828-1724.
Or e-mail LKielson@LEnsemblePortique.com
Workshop Director
Lisette Kielson has performed to acclaim in both the United States and Europe. Enthralling audiences with her distinctive musicianship, she has been hailed by the press as having “true character and style” and “sparkling with life.” Lisette has been a frequent guest on classical music radio and television broadcasts. Her recordings are played nationally from coast to coast and have received enthusiastic reviews from American Recorder. Lisette’s love of teaching and expertise in directing chamber music ensembles attracts frequent invitations to lead workshops and master classes throughout the country. She holds Bachelor and Master Degrees in flute performance from Indiana University and a post-master’s Diploma in recorder performance from The Royal Conservatory of The Hague, The Netherlands. She is on the faculty of the Whitewater Early Music Festival and maintains a private studio in Bloomington-Normal, IL. Lisette serves as Vice President on the American Recorder Society’s Board of Directors. She is currently working on her fourth CD, a recording of obbligato sonatas by JS Bach.
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