Intermediate and advanced level
The program of the course is based on Italian and German late baroque repertory:
- Italian Sonatas for recorder and b.c. : Veracini, Corelli, Bellinzani, Marcello, Sammartini
- Telemann: Fantasias, Sonates Methodiques, Trietti e Scherzi Metodici, Sonate a tre, duets
- Schickhardt: Solo sonatas, Sonate a tre, Concerti per quatto flauti e b.c.
- Quantz: Capricci, duets
- Concertos for recorder and strings: Telemann, Vivaldi, Mancini…
Collective technical lessons will be held, compatibly with the rules for the containment of the Covid 19 pandemic; students can be equipped for such exercises with an alto flute with a3 = 440Hz
The teacher – Daniele Bragetti
Daniele Bragetti studied recorder with Nina Stern, Kees Boeke, Marijke Miessen and Jeanette van Wingerden, graduating at the Civica Scuola di Musica di Milano and the Sweelinck Conservatorium of Amsterdam.
He gives regularly concerts, both as soloist as well as member of several ensembles of renaissance, baroque and contemporary music, among others Ensemble Baroque de Limoges, Ensemble Elyma, Ensemble Concerto, Academia Montis Regalis, Accademia Claudio Monteverdi, The Olive Consort, La Fonteverde.
He played in important halls and Festivals: Mito – Settembremusica in Milano, Festival Oude Muziek Utrecht, Musica e Poesia a S. Maurizio – Milano, Tokyo Recorder Festival, I Concerti del Quartetto – Milano, UNESCO per Venezia, Tokyo Opera City, Tokyo Bunka Kaikan and Casals Hall in Tokyo.
Since 1991 he plays in a recorder duo with Seiko Tanaka (collaborating often with the recorder players Walter van Hauwe, Kees Boeke, Antonio Politano and Tosiya Suzuki); in 2013, with her, he founded the Tokyo based recorder ensemble La Rubertina.
He realized several CD recordings for Opus 111, Passacaille, Stradivarius, Entrée, Mercury, Olive Music.
He is teaching recorder at the Haute École de Musique de Genève and recorder and historical ornamentation at the Civica Scuola di Musica “Claudio Abbado” di Milano; he has been visiting professor at the Haute École de Musique de Genève and the Universitad Pontificia de Santiago de Chile.