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Summerschool 2022

The annual polyphony summer school will focus on the rhythm of musical life in late mediaeval confraternities, with special attention to the Illustrious Brotherhood of Our Blessed Lady in the Brabant city of ’s-Hertogenbosch. The participants tackle this superb music, singing directly from the original sources. Advanced amateurs and young professional musicians will receive a week of coaching from international experts: Stratton Bull, Andrew Hallock and Pieter De Moor of Cappella Pratensis will lead the vocal sessions and are joined by two other singers from Cappella Pratensis. Guest teacher Valerie Horst will offer special sessions to unlock the art of reading mensural notation. The results of an intensive week of singing from the original sources can be heard at the closing presentation.

Practical information

Registration: until 1 June 2022
Selection: 7 June 2022
Summerschool: Monday 22 to Sunday 28 August 2022
Final concert: Sunday 28 August 11 a.m.

Intended participants
The masterclass is intended for professional, pre-professional singers and advanced amateurs.

Stratton Bull, Andrew Hallock, Pieter De Moor, Valerie Horst

The intended participants are selected on the basis of their curriculum vitae and vocal range. For enrollment please fill in this form. Upon receipt of your application Musica will send a confirmation email with payment information. Registration until 1 June 2022. The selection of the participants will be communicated on 7 June 2022.

Mon 22 August 2022


€ 265 The price includes a selection of 4 concert tickets for the Laus Polyphoniae Festival. Accommodation is not included, but there are options available in every price category (there is an excellent youth hostel nearby, as well as host families and a wide variety of hotels).

In collaboration with:

Cappella Pratensis & Musica Impulscentrum & Alamire Foundation, studiecentrum voor muziek in de Lage Landen (KU Leuven)

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