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register for 3 classes or more at one time to save $5 on each class.

REGULAR PRICES:

• 60-minute workshops and lectures: Members: $30 / Non-members: $40

• 90-minute workshops and lectures: Members: $35 / Non-members: $45

*TERMS AND CONDITIONS:

  • To take advantage of the multi-course discount, your registration must be completed on a single form and paid for in one transaction. The discount will not apply to registrations added to your file at a later date.
  • The multi-course discount is valid on registrations until April 30th, 2022. Not applicable on yoga workshops, French conversation workshop series and private classes.
  • Additional exclusions may apply
  • Fees are per person.
  • Taxes may apply on some classes.

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You must be a CAMMAC member to participate in free activities.

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2022 WINTER SESSION:

WORKSHOPS, LECTURES AND ACTIVITIES

BRENDALEE WILSON

Every Thursday at 5 p.m.
Winter session begins January 20th

YOGA FOR THE MUSICIAN’S BODY

Workshop for all levels

Duration: 1 hour (Bilingual)

 

There’s nothing better for the musician’s body than a yoga session with BrendaLee Wilson!

As a musician, you will benefit from this workshop designed specifically to stretch and nurture the musician’s body. BrendaLee will guide you as you focus on your spinal and joint mobility, breathing and relaxation. She will explore postures for strength with you, and you will also practice postural awareness as it relates to the musician’s life.

This workshop is offered at a special rate of $15. All of the proceeds from this class will go to support CAMMAC. (Thank you BrendaLee!)

VINCENT LAUZER

Thursday January 13, 7:30 p.m.

PLAY IN A TRIO WITH VINCENT LAUZER & LUC BEAUSÉJOUR: SAMMARTINI

Workshop open to intermediate and advanced players who have good reading skills.

MEMBERS: $30 per person

NON-MEMBERS: $40 per person

Duration: 1 hour (Bilingual)

 

An hour of music during which you will play in a trio with the recorder player Vincent Lauzer and harpsichordist Luc Beauséjour.

Following the success of last September’s workshop, Vincent Lauzer and Luc Beauséjour are back together again to invite you to come and explore Guiseppe Sammartini’s trio sonata repertoire.

On the program: Sonata II in F major for two recorders and continuo by the composer Giuseppe Sammartini. Prepare the first line (flute 1) of each movement. The piece is played on the alto recorder.

Metronomic indications:
Movement 1 – Adagio: quarter note = 46
Movement 2 – Allegro: quarter note = 116
Movement 3 – Largo: quarter note = 46
Movement 4 – Allegro: quarter note = 116

Although the piece is written for recorders, it can also be played on violin, flute, oboe, etc.

The full score as well as the separate recorder parts will be sent to you after you register.

You can play in a duet with Vincent throughout the winter in 2022! Discover new repertoire each month:

Thursday January 13, 7:30 p.m. – SAMMARTINI (with harpsichordist Luc Beauséjour)
Thursday February 17, 7:30 p.m. – TELEMANN
Thursday March 17, 7:30 p.m. – MAUTE & SIEG
Thursday April 21, 7:30 p.m. – BOISMORTIER

CHRIS BARILLARO

Wednesday January 26, 7:30 p.m.

MUSICAL THEATRE HITS AND HIDDEN GEMS: PART 1

LECTURE, open to all

MEMBERS: $35 per person

NON-MEMBERS: $45 per person

Duration: 90 minutes (in French)

 

This 2-part lecture series with Chris Barillaro will take you a trip through some of the biggest musical theatre hits from the Golden Age to today.

After the success of last fall’s lecture series in English, Chris would like to offer a version in French!

Hear music from hit shows, look at scores, and get to know the various styles and genres explored by musical theatre composers over the years.

Discover classics like OklahomaGuys and Dolls, Fiddler on the Roof, Cabaret, and West Side Story as well as some of today’s hits — Next to NormalDear Evan HansenWaitress, and Hamilton, and everything in between. Chris will also share some lesser-known gems that may be completely new to you (like the music from Cradle Will RockVioletAnyone Can Whistle and more).

A must for music-lovers and theatre-lovers alike!

Don’t miss Part 2 of this Musical Theatre lecture series, taking place on Wednesday February 2.

CHRIS BARILLARO

Wednesday February 2, 7:30 p.m.

MUSICAL THEATRE HITS AND HIDDEN GEMS: PART 2

LECTURE, open to all

MEMBERS: $35 per person

NON-MEMBERS: $45 per person

Duration: 90 minutes (in French)

 

This 2-part lecture series with Chris Barillaro will take you a trip through some of the biggest musical theatre hits from the Golden Age to today.

After the success of last fall’s lecture series in English, Chris would like to offer a version in French!

Hear music from hit shows, look at scores, and get to know the various styles and genres explored by musical theatre composers over the years.

Discover classics like OklahomaGuys and Dolls, Fiddler on the Roof, Cabaret, and West Side Story as well as some of today’s hits — Next to NormalDear Evan HansenWaitress, and Hamilton, and everything in between. Chris will also share some lesser-known gems that may be completely new to you (like the music from Cradle Will RockVioletAnyone Can Whistle and more).

A must for music-lovers and theatre-lovers alike!

Don’t miss Part 1 of this Musical Theatre lecture series, taking place on Wednesday January 26.

RACHEL BEAUSOLEIL

Friday February 4, 5 p.m.

SING FOREVER – SINGING THROUGH A STRAW 

Workshop open to singers of all levels

MEMBERS: $30 per person

NON-MEMBERS: $40 per person

Duration: 1 hour (Bilingual)

 

This workshop will explore the different voice-building techniques that involve singing through a straw. Many different models of singing straws are available. Rachel will discuss the benefits and drawbacks of the various shapes and sizes.

Rachel recommends the LaxVox tube from Doctor Vox, but if you already have a straw you like, bring it along and we’ll use the one you have. A simple silicone tube with a generic water bottle works well too. 

For information on singing straws: CLICK HERE

Singers, Racher Beausoleil is teaching a second vocal workshop during the winter session – don’t miss this opportunity to get your voice in shape just in time for spring!

Friday April 1, 5 p.m. – SING FOREVER – SPRING TUNE-UP 

FRANCIS COLPRON

Tuesday February 8, 7 p.m. (in French) and 8:15 p.m. (in English)

THE CHALLENGES OF THE EARLY MUSIC REPERTOIRE
PART 1 – FROM THE MIDDLE AGES TO THE RENAISSANCE

Lecture open to all

MEMBERS: $30 per person

NON-MEMBERS: $40 per person

Duration: 1 hour

 

Flautist Francis Colpron will examine the Early Music repertoire and the challenges encountered in playing it.

Don’t miss the second part of this series of lectures on the challenges of the early music repertoire:
PART 2 – THE BAROQUE ERA
Tuesday April 12, 7 p.m. (in French) and 8:15 p.m. (in English)

VINCENT LAUZER

Thursday February 17, 7:30 p.m.

PLAY A DUET WITH VINCENT LAUZER: TELEMANN

Workshop open to intermediate and advanced players who have good reading skills.

MEMBERS: $30 per person

NON-MEMBERS: $40 per person

Duration: 1 hour (Bilingual)

 

An hour of music during which you will play a duet with the recorder player Vincent Lauzer.

Continue (or begin!) your exploration of the repertoire of the highly prolific composer Georg Philip Telemann!

On the program: the last two movements of the Sonata no. 3 in C major for two recorders.

Metronomic indications:
Movement 3 – Andante: quarter note = 46
Movement 4 – Allegro: quarter note  = 100

You will receive the full score as well as the separate recorder parts. Although the piece is written for recorders, it can also be played on violin, flute, oboe, etc.

The scores will be sent to you after you register.

You can play in a duet with Vincent throughout the winter in 2022! Discover new repertoire each month:

Thursday January 13, 7:30 p.m. – SAMMARTINI (with harpsichordist Luc Beauséjour)
Thursday February 17, 7:30 p.m. – TELEMANN
Thursday March 17, 7:30 p.m. – MAUTE & SIEG
Thursday April 21, 7:30 p.m. – BOISMORTIER

VINCENT LAUZER

Thursday March 17, 7:30 p.m.

PLAY A DUET WITH VINCENT LAUZER: MAUTE & SIEG

Workshop open to intermediate and advanced players who have good reading skills.

MEMBERS: $30 per person

NON-MEMBERS: $40 per person

Duration: 1 hour (Bilingual)

 

A workshop in which you will have the opportunity to play two contemporary pieces for recorder in a duo with Vincent Lauzer. These pieces, with their popular style and lively rhythms, are sure to make for an evening of exciting music.

Metronomic indications and performance details: 

1- Sören Sieg: Umdamiso ophaphazelayo
This piece is played on the tenor recorder but can also be played on the soprano. Prepare the first flute part.
Metronome: quarter note = 112

2- Matthias Maute: Allegro
This piece is played on the alto recorder. Prepare the first flute part.
Metronome: quarter note = 132

Although these pieces are written for recorders, they can also be played on violin, flute, oboe, etc.

The scores will be sent to you after your registration.

You can play in a duet with Vincent throughout the winter in 2022! Discover new repertoire each month:

Thursday January 13, 7:30 p.m. – SAMMARTINI (with harpsichordist Luc Beauséjour)
Thursday February 17, 7:30 p.m. – TELEMANN
Thursday March 17, 7:30 p.m. – MAUTE & SIEG
Thursday April 21, 7:30 p.m. – BOISMORTIER

RACHEL BEAUSOLEIL

Friday April 1, 5 p.m.

SING FOREVER – SPRING TUNE-UP 

Workshop open to singers of all levels

MEMBERS: $30 per person

NON-MEMBERS: $40 per person

Duration: 1 hour (Bilingual)

 

A guided voice-building session to help you condition your voice after the long winter and get back in touch with your whole vocal apparatus. This workshop will have you opening up your resonators, deepening your breath and getting those vocal cords buzzing! 

Singers, Racher Beausoleil is teaching a second vocal workshop during the winter session – don’t miss this opportunity to get your voice in shape just in time for spring!

Friday April 1, 5 p.m. – SING FOREVER – SPRING TUNE-UP 

FRANCIS COLPRON

Tuesday April 12, 7 p.m. (in French) and 8:15 p.m. (in English)

THE CHALLENGES OF THE EARLY MUSIC REPERTOIRE
PART 2 – THE BAROQUE ERA

Lecture open to all

MEMBERS: $30 per person

NON-MEMBERS: $40 per person

Duration: 1 hour

 

Flautist Francis Colpron will examine the Early Music repertoire and the challenges encountered in playing it.

Don’t miss the second part of this series of lectures on the challenges of the early music repertoire:
PART 2 – THE BAROQUE ERA
Tuesday April 12, 7 p.m. (in French) and 8:15 p.m. (in English)

VINCENT LAUZER

Thursday April 21, 7:30 p.m.

PLAY A DUET WITH VINCENT LAUZER: BOISMORTIER

Workshop open to intermediate and advanced players who have good reading skills.

MEMBERS: $30 per person

NON-MEMBERS: $40 per person

Duration: 1 hour (Bilingual)

 

A workshop in which you will have the opportunity to play two contemporary pieces for recorder in a duo with Vincent Lauzer. These pieces, with their popular style and lively rhythms, are sure to make for an evening of exciting music.

Metronomic indications:
Movement 1 – Allegro: quarter note = 76
Movement 2 – Allegro: quarter note = 112
Movement 3 – Adagio: quarter note = 56

Although this piece is written for recorders, it can also be played on violin, flute, oboe, etc.

The scores will be sent to you after your registration.

You can play in a duet with Vincent throughout the winter in 2022! Discover new repertoire each month:

Thursday January 13, 7:30 p.m. – SAMMARTINI (with harpsichordist Luc Beauséjour)
Thursday February 17, 7:30 p.m. – TELEMANN
Thursday March 17, 7:30 p.m. – MAUTE & SIEG
Thursday April 21, 7:30 p.m. – BOISMORTIER