Classical music tuition from renowned teachers, set in a secluded mill in the heart of the Albi region in southern France

2014 Music Courses

Scheduled tuition courses include:

Baroque Flute with Georgia Browne - 30th June to 5th July

Advanced Recorder with Evelyn Nallen - 24th to 30th August

Advanced Recorder with Ian Wilson - 19th to 25th October

 

Courses comprise a mixture of ensemble playing, master classes and work on particular aspects of technique and styles from various periods.

Tucked under the beautiful medieval hilltop town of Cordes-Sur_Ciel, the secluded old mill of Cajarc offers spectacular views, spacious rooms for individual and group practise, and comfortable accommodation.

This superb setting promotes a relaxing and motivated environment to enjoy music under the direction of prestigious international tutors.

Georgia Browne

Since Completing her courses at the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague, historical flautist Georgia Browne has been peforming with Europe's leading specialist ensembles; the English Concert, the Academy of Ancient Music, the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, the Dunedin Consort, l'Orchestra des Champes Elysee and Ensemble Pygmalion.

An enthusiastic educator, Georgia is currently flute tutor at Southampton and Birmingham universities.

Evelyn Nallen

Recorder teacher and virtuoso performer Evelyn Nallen made her BBC debut at the age of 9, and her remarkable skills span early, baroque and contemporary music.

She has played at the Wigmore Hall, the South Bank in London, the Barbican, the Royal Albery Hall, on BBC TV and radio and in the USA, South America, Australia and New Zealand.

Founder of the respected early-music/jazz band Respectable Groove with harpsichordist David Gordon, she also directs Cambridge's recorder band Zero Gravity.

Ian Wilson

A graduate of Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Ian Wilson has won many prestigious awards and has established a reputation as a performer and teacher.

He performs and records with The Flautadors, the Burnley Players and the Adderley Ensemble. Ian is the Head of Windwood at Eton College, and the principle recorder professor at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama

The price for the 5-day recorder courses is £325, and the 4-day flute course is £295, including all meals and beverages. Non-playing partners welcome at a reduced fee.

 

For full details of course content, approximate standard required, accommodation and more detailed pricing information - please contact Jane Ebel on:

UK tel: (01722) 333272    UK mobile: 07515 822479    E-mail: penski@btinternet.com

 

View across the Cerou river from the Moulin de Cajarc