Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Last call for Dr Saulnier meeting at the Oratory

Dr Saulnier
As noted on the blog earlier, I have closed bookings for lunch at the meeting of the Gregorian Chant Network at the London Oratory on Saturday 14th March; however, you can still come along.

Anyone can attend; the cost is £10; directors of Chant groups affiliated with the Network (or a substitute) can come for free. (Affiliation is also free.)

You can come on the day, or book in advance here.

The meeting will be addressed by Dr Daniel Saulnier, probably the most influential chant theorist and practictioner in the world, who will also lead a rehearsal for Vespers which we will celebrate at the end of the day.

It will also be addressed by Giovanni Varelli, who found the world's earliest polyphonic notation, an antiphon which will be performed on the day.

Registration is from 10:30am, Dr Saulnier will speak at 11am. There is a break for lunch and it ends with Vespers at 4:15, followed by tea.

The meeting itself will be in the St Wilfrid Hall, with Vespers in the Little Oratory.

Details here.

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