Workshops, lectures and concerts 2018

WORKSHOPS:

Niklas Roswall (SE): Swedish tunes for Nyckelharpa (all melody instruments welcome!)

Ian Carr (SE/UK): Accompanying Swedish folk music on the guitar

Erik Ask-Upmark (SE): Fun With Scales in Swedish folk music

Niss Stricker (DK): Danish 18th century folk music with tunes by Rasmus Storm

Chris Foster (UK/IS) & Bára Grímsdóttir (IS): Icelandic folk music

Marit Steinsrud & Stein Villa (NO): Norwegian folk music

Triin Hio & Kaisa Nõges (EE): Estonian folk music

Anouk Platenkamp (NL) & Triin Hio (EE): Therapeutic harp music

Anna Fält (FI/SE): Finnish folk music

Polina Sharonova & Sergey Azarov (RUS): Russian folk music

Anouk Platenkamp (NL): Dutch folk music

Clotilde Trouillaud (FR): Breton folk music

Václava van der Meijs (CZ): Beginner’s Harp

Maria Ojantakanen (FI/DK): Folk songs of the supernatural

Adriano Sangineto (IT): Harp for dancing

Kate Fletcher & Corwen Broch (UK): Accompany like a Viking – ditch those modern chords!

All workshops last 60 or 90 minutes, except those with Niklas Roswall and Ian Carr which run parallel and last for 120 minutes.

 

LECTURES:

Josef Berger (CZ/SE): History of the harp in the Nordic countries

Magnus Gustafsson (SE): History of the dance “polska”

Kaisa Nõges (EE): Estonian folk music instruments

Anouk Platenkamp (NL): Music theory in practice

More lectures will be added to the program. They are 45 minutes with a 15 minute Q&A at the end.

There will also be a kids show, The Three Billy Goats Gruff (“Bockarna Bruse”, so please note: the performance is in Swedish!) with Anna Rynefors and singing for both kids and adults with Henrik Hummel & Monica Schön!

 

CONCERTS:

Each day ends with a public concert and dancing. In the daytime there will additionally be shorter lunch and coffee concerts.

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