The Museum of sacred art promotes, the Free Course: "The Mass of Requiem as a musical genre" with Professor. André Guimaraes Rodrigo.
This course aims to present and discuss key elements for understanding the Requiem Mass as a musical genre, since its constitution in the medieval period, shaped chant, until the present time, going through a text change process and its significance, in addition to the increase in instrumental training that leads her to monumental proportions in the nineteenth century. Which composers wrote for this genre? In what manner is composed this kind of work? What is the sound of a Mass of Requiem? What are the fixed parts and mobile text of the Mass of Requiem? look for, through an interdisciplinary approach, clarify these and many other questions, with the visual aid of important interpreters, in addition to addressing historical aspects, aesthetic and educational, as well as its relations with other forms of arts and cultures.
André Guimaraes Rodrigo a Masters in Performance at the Regency Escola de Comunicações e Artes (ECA-USP), He holds a degree in Art Education with specialization in Music from the University of Campinas (UNICAMP). Student participant VI Eric Ericson Masterclass for choral conductors in Haarlem (Holland) and aluno bolsista da VI Summer Academy of Music Pedagogy and Choral of Las Palmas (Spain). He has experience in the Music area, with an emphasis on choral conducting and music education. He is currently Professor, conductor and founder of the Coral MAS-SP (Museu de Arte Sacra de São Paulo), conductor and founder of the Chorus A Cappella (Coral ancient Monastery - Monastery of São Bento in São Paulo), Regent English Choir Pop Culture in Guarulhos, Campinas and Interlagos. Developed teaching work in choral conducting in the Project Sing São Paulo of São Paulo City Hall and also teaching and research in special education, Louis Braille Institute of Campinas, musicografia teaching braille.
Course content is geared for art scholars, interested in music, researchers, students and other professionals who use music in their activities, and stakeholders in general.
11 March - CLASS 1: The 'Mass defunctis pro "in middle age - Gregorian corner Johannes Ockeghem.
18 March - CLASS 2: The 'Missa pro defunctis' in the Renaissance period - Orlando di Lasso, Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina and Duarte Lobo.
25 March - CLASS 3: The cantata and the funeral hymn to the Baroque period - Johann Sebastian Bach, Georg Friedrich Haendel e Henry Purcell.
01 April - CLASSROOM 4: The Requiem Mass in the classical period - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Luigi Cherubini, José Maurício Nunes Garcia.
08 April - CLASSROOM 5: The Requiem Mass in romanticism: Hector Berlioz e Johannes Brahms.
15 April - CLASSROOM 6: The Requiem Mass in the late nineteenth century to the twentieth: Giuseppe Verdi and Faure
22 April - CLASSROOM 7: A requiem mass not Século XX: Benjamin Britten e John Rutter.
29 April - CLASSROOM 8: Mass Requiem in a new optical: Gyorgy Ligeti this Krzysztof Penderecki.
|Dates: from 11 of the March 29 April 2019 (Mondays)
8 days of school
|Class: from 14h00 to 16h30 (coffee break)|
|Load time: 20 hours|
|Value: R$ 500,00 the view-R$ 560,00 (02 times) limited availability|
|Information: (11) 5627.5393|
|Local: Museu de Arte Sacra de São Paulo|
|Address: Avenida Tiradentes, 676, Light. Subway Tiradentes.|
|Free parking (or access alternative): Rua Jorge Miranda, 43|
|At the end of the course the student will receive the certificate.|