Debbie Diamond will mentor young instrumentalists learning to perform baroque music with appropriate style and interpretation, in the Festival Training Orchestra, which is open to string players (violin, viola, cello, double bass) and wind (flute, oboe, bassoon) of a suitable standard (Grade VI plus).
Music will be provided, including concertos by Corelli, Vivaldi and Telemann. Training sessions will be held over the weekend, ending with a half-hour public play-through, as part of the Festival concert programme, in The Model at 5.30 pm on Sunday 30 September.
Participants must be available for all sessions and the play-through.
Please contact Lorraine Howley for details, and to enrol. email@example.com
Debbie Diamond, a violinist, has studied historical performance at Toronto university and the Early Music Institute at Indiana university. She is a member of the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, and has performed with English Baroque Soloists and many leading early music ensembles. She is a highly experienced teacher of baroque performance style, and currently coaches the classical orchestra of the Royal Academy of Music's junior academy.