Early Music Week at World Fellowship Center is a summer program devoted to the study and performance of music from the Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque periods, with a special focus on Baroque music. We welcome amateur and pre-professional instrumentalists and vocalists ages 14 and up. Early Music Week workshops are intimate, personalized, and non-competitive. Our faculty are based in both the United States and Europe, and are all devoted and experienced professionals in the field of early music. The main focus of the program is chamber music, with at least one performance opportunity for participants who are interested.
Early Music Week is held at the World Fellowship Center in Albany, NH. WFC is an independent, intergenerational, and secular summer camp and conference center located near the White Mountain National Forest, whose mission is to promote social justice, community, and a connection with nature. During recreation time, Early Music Week participants can enjoy hikes, bike rides, canoeing or kayaking on the pond, as well as lectures and fun community-building activities.
Victoria Suchodolski, director, harpsichord
Benjamin Swartz, viola da gamba, Baroque cello
Lidia Chang, traverso flute, recorder
Emily Hale, Baroque violin
Anastasia Black, voice