Early Music Ensemble
Early Music EnsembleLocation: DGH 282 (DGH 282)
Early Music Ens Grad
- Early Music America. 01/2021 - present. Position : Member.
- Music Library Association, Reference Resources Committee. 03/2020 - present. Position : Member.
- National Flute Association. 03/2020 - present. Position : Member.
- Music Library Association. 01/01/2017 - present. Position : Member.
- Renaissance Society of America. 01/01/2017 - present. Position : Member.
Teaching and Learning Methods for the Early Music Ensemble:
Musicians who perform early music forge a connection with the history of the period; therefore, part of this class will include historical information presented primarily through manuscripts and supplementary multimedia materials. Presentation of this information will be through brief lecture-discussions during each class meeting.
My teaching philosophy for this particular course is as follows:
1. Each person is empowered to make his or her own individual contribution.
2. We will all work together to foster an environment of respect and goodwill. This is especially important since—for many students—this class challenges the student to play original instruments that the student may have never encountered.
3. We each need to respect the group by practicing our music and working towards a fulfilling musical experience.
Early Music Ensemble
The Early Music Ensemble, made up of students, professional, and university community musicians, performs Medieval, Renaissance and early Baroque literature on period instruments. Student participants gain valuable experience by rehearsing and performing alongside experienced musicians in both solo and small ensemble works. If you would like to participate, but have questions, please feel free to contact the Director. The Early Music Ensemble’s two annual concerts include works by a variety of composers such as Machaut, Dufay, Dowland, Byrd, Couperin, Rameau and others. Members often choose a tune to explore, like the French folksong L'Homme Armé, or the Dutch song, Venus bant, and perform settings of the tune by several composers. The ensemble usually includes harpsichord, viola da gamba, recorder, flute, krummhorn and voice.
- Guest Performer/Educator Masterclasses: Co-artistic directors of Musicians of the Old Post Road: Suzanne Stumpf, traverso and Daniel Ryan, harpsichord and baroque cello. Project Lead: Lisa Chaufty. Collaborators: Suzanne Stumpf and Daniel Ryan, Pamela Palmer Jones. EME Gift Account 11/09/2021 - 11/14/2021. Total Budget: $1,000.00.
- Guest Performer/Educator Masterclass: Suzanne Stumpf, traverse. EME Gift Funds Total Expenditures: $300.00. Your Share Expenditures: $300.00. Project Lead: Lisa Chaufty. Collaborators: Suzanne Stumpf. EME Gift Funds 11/16/2019 - 11/16/2019.
- Guest Performer/Educator Masterclass: Carla Moore, Baroque violin. Project Lead: Lisa Chaufty. Collaborators: Carla Moore. EME Gift Funds 02/26/2018 - 02/26/2018.
- Guest Performer/educator: Carly Schaub and Dance Balletti. Project Lead: Lisa Chaufty. Collaborators: Carly Schaub. 11/29/2017 - 12/09/2017.
- Guest Performer/Educator: Emily Nelson, Utopia Early Music. Project Lead: Lisa Chaufty. Collaborators: Emily Nelson. 09/2016 - 12/2016.
- Guest performer-educator: Loren Carle (harpsichord). Project Lead: Lisa Chaufty. 08/2015 - 12/2015.
- Visiting performer-educator: Miyo Aoki (recorder). Project Lead: Lisa Chaufty. Ensemble budget 01/23/2015 - 01/26/2015.