Upcoming Events at St. John's Episcopal Church

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29 July 2019
Overture Beginning Violin Camp
Cost: $125
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Overture Beginning Violin CampDates: July 29-August 2, 2018
Times: 9 am to 12 noon
Cost: $125
Provided: violin to use during the camp, morning snackActivities:
Note reading
Musical games
Learning basic technique of the violin
Movement
SingingInstruments will be provided by Playground Music!Register here There is an option to participate in LeMoyne Art camps for their afternoon sessions – please contact them directly to make arrangements: http://www.lemoyne.org/lemoyne-arts-summer-camp-2018/
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5 August 2019
Back to School Orchestra Boot Camp
Cost: $125
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Chamber Music WorkshopDates: August 5-9, 2018
9 am to 12 noonViolin, viola, and cello
Rising 4th-8th grade
Minimum 1 year experience required
This camp is designed for students who will be returning to school orchestra in the fall. We will focus on proper technique, as well as orchestra etiquette and listening skills. Note reading, scales, and theory will also be included.Register here For all day fun – visit LeMoyne ArtEducation and add their afternoon camp option for a complete art experience for your kids – their link is here: http://www.lemoyne.org/lemoyne-arts-summer-camp-2018/
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22 September 2019
Bach Parley September Concert
A $10 donation is suggested, and free childcare will be offered.
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The Tallahassee Bach Parley performs music of the Baroque era (approx. 1600-1750) using period instruments. This recreates for our audiences the experience of hearing and seeing Baroque music as it may have been originally performed hundreds of years ago while generating a fresh sound immediately accessible to listeners today. The Bach Parley is made up of experienced musicians who are trained in historically informed performance, mainly local professional performers and teachers, and FSU faculty and students. Many Bach Parley musicians also perform in Baroque music groups around the country, such as in Atlanta, New York, Texas, and Boston.The word “parley” in French means discussion and a key element of Tallahassee Bach Parley concerts is the commentary offered by our music director to engage and enlighten our audience. These dialogues give the audience a historical background about the composers and their world and suggest what to listen for in the music. This entertaining and light-hearted educational commentary connects the audience with what the musicians are playing, lifts barriers between performers and listeners, and creates a relaxed concert atmosphere with an informed and engaged audience.Other programs include “Kids Go For B'roque,” a competition and honors concert featuring talented young musicians from the community performing the music of the Baroque period. We also run the Bach Parley String Academy and offer lessons on violin, viola, and cello as well as ukulele classes.
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10 November 2019
Bach Parley November Concert
A $10 donation is suggested, and free childcare will be offered.
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The Tallahassee Bach Parley performs music of the Baroque era (approx. 1600-1750) using period instruments. This recreates for our audiences the experience of hearing and seeing Baroque music as it may have been originally performed hundreds of years ago while generating a fresh sound immediately accessible to listeners today. The Bach Parley is made up of experienced musicians who are trained in historically informed performance, mainly local professional performers and teachers, and FSU faculty and students. Many Bach Parley musicians also perform in Baroque music groups around the country, such as in Atlanta, New York, Texas, and Boston.The word “parley” in French means discussion and a key element of Tallahassee Bach Parley concerts is the commentary offered by our music director to engage and enlighten our audience. These dialogues give the audience a historical background about the composers and their world and suggest what to listen for in the music. This entertaining and light-hearted educational commentary connects the audience with what the musicians are playing, lifts barriers between performers and listeners, and creates a relaxed concert atmosphere with an informed and engaged audience.Other programs include “Kids Go For B'roque,” a competition and honors concert featuring talented young musicians from the community performing the music of the Baroque period. We also run the Bach Parley String Academy and offer lessons on violin, viola, and cello as well as ukulele classes.
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26 January 2020
Organ Concert by Iain Quinn
Free admission; $10 suggested donation.
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The Tallahassee Chapter of the American Guild of Organists, in partnership with the Tallahassee Bach Parley, will present organist Iain Quinn in concert on Sunday, January 26, 2020 at 3:00 PM at St. John\'s Episcopal Church, 211 North Monroe St. in downtown Tallahassee. A reception will follow the performance.The suggested donation for this event is $10; all proceeds will benefit the FSU Organ Scholarship Fund.  Free childcare is available.
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9 February 2020
Bach Parley February Concert
A $10 donation is suggested, and free childcare will be offered.
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The Tallahassee Bach Parley performs music of the Baroque era (approx. 1600-1750) using period instruments. This recreates for our audiences the experience of hearing and seeing Baroque music as it may have been originally performed hundreds of years ago while generating a fresh sound immediately accessible to listeners today. The Bach Parley is made up of experienced musicians who are trained in historically informed performance, mainly local professional performers and teachers, and FSU faculty and students. Many Bach Parley musicians also perform in Baroque music groups around the country, such as in Atlanta, New York, Texas, and Boston.The word “parley” in French means discussion and a key element of Tallahassee Bach Parley concerts is the commentary offered by our music director to engage and enlighten our audience. These dialogues give the audience a historical background about the composers and their world and suggest what to listen for in the music. This entertaining and light-hearted educational commentary connects the audience with what the musicians are playing, lifts barriers between performers and listeners, and creates a relaxed concert atmosphere with an informed and engaged audience.Other programs include “Kids Go For B'roque,” a competition and honors concert featuring talented young musicians from the community performing the music of the Baroque period. We also run the Bach Parley String Academy and offer lessons on violin, viola, and cello as well as ukulele classes.
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7 June 2020
Bach Parley Spring Concert & Annual Reception
A $10 donation is suggested, and free childcare will be offered.
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The Tallahassee Bach Parley performs music of the Baroque era (approx. 1600-1750) using period instruments. This recreates for our audiences the experience of hearing and seeing Baroque music as it may have been originally performed hundreds of years ago while generating a fresh sound immediately accessible to listeners today. The Bach Parley is made up of experienced musicians who are trained in historically informed performance, mainly local professional performers and teachers, and FSU faculty and students. Many Bach Parley musicians also perform in Baroque music groups around the country, such as in Atlanta, New York, Texas, and Boston.The word “parley” in French means discussion and a key element of Tallahassee Bach Parley concerts is the commentary offered by our music director to engage and enlighten our audience. These dialogues give the audience a historical background about the composers and their world and suggest what to listen for in the music. This entertaining and light-hearted educational commentary connects the audience with what the musicians are playing, lifts barriers between performers and listeners, and creates a relaxed concert atmosphere with an informed and engaged audience.Other programs include “Kids Go For B'roque,” a competition and honors concert featuring talented young musicians from the community performing the music of the Baroque period. We also run the Bach Parley String Academy and offer lessons on violin, viola, and cello as well as ukulele classes.
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