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Jerry Fuller


Midwest Young Artists Early Music Workshop
« on: Apr 13th, 2006, 9:32am »
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Midwest Young Artists presents a free Early Music Workshop by baroque violinist Willliam Bauer of Ars Antigua on Monday, July 10 at the Lake Forest Academy Cressey Arts Center in Lake Forest (1500 West Kennedy Road, Lake Forest). For more information please email [email protected].
William Bauer, Baroque viola & viola d'amore, began his Baroque studies on the viola d'amore under Joseph Ceo (University of Rhode Island). Subsequently, he has studied Baroque violin with Reinhard Goebel (Musica Antiqua Koln) and Richard Gwilt (London Baroque). He has appeared at numerous concerts, and has been a soloist at the Iraklion International Festival (Crete), the Lisbon and Vancouver Early Music festivals. He has produced solo recordings for the well-known labels such as Deutsche Grammophon, Polydor, Naxos, First Edition, Nannerl and Studio 115.
To learn more about upcoming events this summer at Midwest Young Artists, please visit www.mya.org or call 847-926-9898.
Midwest Young Artists (878 Lyster Road, Highwood, 847-926-9898) is the leading youth-music ensemble program in the Midwest. Founded in 1993 by Dr. Allan Dennis with two orchestras, MYA has grown into a full-curriculum music school with a distinguished faculty of 22. Presently, MYA has five youth orchestras, more than 50 chamber music ensembles, three vocal ensembles, an all-inclusive jazz program, as well as classes in music theory and history. The program is for serious young musicians and dedicated amateurs. MYA is housed in its own state-of-the-art facility in the town of Fort Sheridan, which provides its students with large rehearsal halls, classrooms, a recording studio, and music library. MYA graduates are accepted at the most selective conservatories in the country.
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