Live Classes with Andrew Lawrence-King

Baroque opera, orchestral & ensemble director, imaginative continuo-player, Early Harp virtuoso, specialist in baroque gesture & Historical Action, investigator of Flow, Andrew Lawrence-King is the doyen of historical harping, one of the world’s leading performers of Early Music, an internationally renowned scholar, a dedicated and inspiring teacher.

Andrew's pioneering recordings of Trabaci, Ribayaz, Handel and Carolan re-established the lost worlds of Italian, Spanish, Anglo-Welsh & Irish baroque harps; as co-director of Tragicomedia and director of The Harp Consort, he led a revolution in improvisation & continuo-playing; his research into Tactus has redefined our understanding of baroque rhythm; as guest director, he inspires musicians around the world to reach new levels of technical precision and stylish historicity with fun, energy and passion.

Andrew Lawrence-King is Professor of Early Harp & Continuo at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, London; and Director of OPERA OMNIA, the Academy for Early Opera & Dance, Institute at Moscow State Theatre 'Natalya Sats'. His hobbies include marathon running, sailing, kayaking, fencing (modern epée & historical rapier) and Tai Chi. He is a qualified hypnotist.

From 7 Mar 2021
 
June, 2020
23 Tue 365 days Private lessons Online with Andrew Lawrence-King
March, 2021
15 Mon 3pm GMT Live Class: Baroque ACTION! Conversations about performing 17th-century music
3pm GMT Tuning & Temperament 3: Baroque & Classical Temperaments
16 Tue 4pm GMT Live Class: Continuo MAGIC for any instrument, with Andrew Lawrence-King SERIES THREE
17 Wed 4pm GMT Live Class: Hands-on Historical Harp with Andrew Lawrence-King
4pm GMT Special Session: MEDIEVAL DOUBLE-HARP
22 Mon 3pm GMT Live Class: Baroque ACTION! Conversations about performing 17th-century music
23 Tue 4pm GMT Live Class: Continuo MAGIC for any instrument, with Andrew Lawrence-King SERIES THREE
24 Wed 4pm GMT Live Class: Hands-on Historical Harp with Andrew Lawrence-King
29 Mon 3pm BST Live Class: Baroque ACTION! Conversations about performing 17th-century music
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