German Romantic music from Mendelssohn to Karg-Elert
Monday 17 to Wednesday 19 February
Course tutors are Philip Scriven (organist-in-residence at Cranleigh School), Andrew Millington (formerly director of music at Exeter Cathedral), Martin Schellenberg (freelance musician and organist at St Mary’s Church, Beaminster) and SWOS artistic advisers Peter Parshall and Richard Godfrey. Also taking part will be Peter King (organist emeritus at Bath Abbey), organist and Bach expert Peter Lea-Cox, and professional pianist Duncan Honeybourne.
Places are £250 for adults and £125 for students in full-time education. You can download an application form here.
Participants may be interested to know that there will be a programme of musical events at St Michael’s, Lyme Regis, over the weekend just before the course (15 and 16 February – more details nearer the time). This is to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the installation of the Skrabl organ. The events will include Festal Evensong on the Sunday, at which everyone will be very welcome.