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Schola Cantorum Basiliensis

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Schola Cantorum Basiliensis in 2012
Schola Cantorum Basiliensis in 2012

The Schola Cantorum Basiliensis (SCB) is a music academy and research institution located in Basel, Switzerland, that focuses on early music and historically informed performance.

History

Paul Sacher founded the school in 1933. Influential faculty included August Wenzinger (cello and viola da gamba), Ina Lohr (violin), and Max Meili (vocal music). In 1954 the Schola merged with two other Basel music schools to form the City of Basel Music Academy.

Faculty

Among the school's other notable faculty members, past and present, are musicians from many countries. By nationality, they include:

Alumni

Notable alumni have included such leading historically informed musicians as Gustav Leonhardt, Jordi Savall, Barbara Thornton, Christina Pluhar, Elam Rotem, Jorge Guerrero Dantur and Benjamin Bagby.

Lutenists

Lutenists who have studied at the Schola include:

  • Robert Barto (b. USA; studied with Eugen Müller-Dombois)
  • Luciano Contini (b. Italy; studied with Eugen Müller-Dombois and Hopkinson Smith)
  • Eduardo Egüez (b. Argentina; studied with Hopkinson Smith)
  • Paul O'Dette (b. USA; studied with Eugen Müller-Dombois and Thomas Binkley)
  • Anthony Bailes (b. Great Britain; studied with Eugen Müller-Dombois]])
  • Toyohiko Satoh (b. Japan; studied with Eugen Müller-Dombois)
  • Manuel Morais (b. Portugal; studied with Eugen Müller-Dombois)
  • Edin Karamazov (b. Bosnia-Herzogovina; studied with Hopkinson Smith)
  • Marc Lewon (b. Germany, studied with Crawford Young)
  • Rolf Lislevand (b. Norway; studied with Eugen Müller-Dombois and Hopkinson Smith)
  • Evangelina Mascardi (b. Argentina; studied with Hopkinson Smith)
  • Rafael Benatar (b. Venezuela; studied with Eugen Müller-Dombois and Hopkinson Smith)

Faculty at the school have organized performing ensembles that have made notable recordings of early music. One of the more popular of these is the 1994 album Chill to the Chant.

See also

References

External links

This page was last edited on 8 December 2020, at 22:09
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