Workshops

Gayle Neuman

Gayle Neuman with class of recorders and strings at the EMGO workshop. Photo by Full Duck.

The 2018 Early Reeds and Brass Blowout 2 Day Workshop will be held on Saturday and Sunday, June 23rd and 24th, 2018.  Faculty: Laura Kuhlman, Gayle Neuman, and Phil Neuman; location: Carver, Oregon (near Clackamas and Happy Valley.)  For renaissance double reed instruments (krummhorns, cornamusen, sordunes, racketts, douçaines, kortholts), as well as cornetti, serpents, and sackbutts.  Breakout sessions for cylindrical bore instruments, shawms & dulcians, bagpipes, and sackbutts.  Write to pneumantartold@gmail.com for more information.

The 2018 Early Music Guild of Oregon 2 Day Workshop will be held on Saturday and Sunday, October 6th and 7th, 2018.  For intermediate and advanced players of recorders, early winds, and strings. Faculty: Laura Kuhlman and Gayle and Phil Neuman; location: Carver, Oregon (near Clackamas and Happy Valley.)  Stay tuned in the spring/early summer for more detailed information.

Read a review of the workshop and concert by the Neumans recently held in Vancouver B.C.:
http://www.bcrecordersociety.com/meeting–workshop-feedback—your-comments-here

The Neumans have taught at various other workshops including the Whitewater Early Music Workshop in Whitewater, Wisconsin, the San Francisco Early Music Society Recorder Workshop, Port Townsend Early Music Workshop, and the Columbia Gorge Early Music Retreat.

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Columbia Gorge Early Music Retreat evening workshop led by Phil. Photo by Bill Stickney

 

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Gayle leads a Renaissance mixed ensemble class at the Columbia Gorge Early Music Retreat. Photo by Bill Stickney

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