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Courses and exhibition organized by the Cambridge Woodwind-makers


Please email your interest or requests to: information@cambridgewoodwindmakers.org.

Pop-up-Shop & Exhibition | Free | Many Makers! | webpage

Come and visit our workshop and view and try a whole range of Early Instruments.
This is a very exciting initiative for musicians and makers of all ages and abilities offering both a platform for makers of more unusual-instruments to display their creations, as well as offering the public an opportunity to see, play and buy/order these unique instruments.
For 2016 we will have a whole array of makers presenting their instruments in The Champion Workshop and the Stapleford Granary. Details on our website.
Please make a note of this in your diary and share with all your friends and family.

June | Sunday 19 | 11am – 5pm

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Cornetto Making | £550 | Micheal Münkwitz, Sam Goble, & Andrew Hallock | webpage

We are very pleased to be able to offer this brand new, four-day course with Michael Münkwitz, Andrew Hallock and Sam Goble in June this year. Within the four days you will make your own leather and wood cornetto. Book now to ensure your place.

June | Wednesday 15 – Saturday 18

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Clavichord Making | £2,030 – £2,420| Johann-Gottfried Schmidt | webpage

We are delighted that we are able to offer, for the first time, a clavichord making course with Johann-Gottfried Schmidt . Four models will be available to make and bookings can be made in pairs (or groups) to make one instrument, or to make one instrument yourself.
(Flyers for this event are available on request: information@cambridgewoodwindmakers.org)

June – July | Monday 27 – Sunday 3

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Recorder Knowledge | £35 | Jacqueline Sorel | webpage

This underestimated course is well worth your while as a recorder player.

“I have just returned from the (as you predicted) excellent course run by Jacqueline Sorel. It was exactly what I needed as an amateur recorder player, enabling me to understand the principles of the instrument and how to care for it to keep it in top condition. She is a first-rate teacher and, clearly, a first-rate craftsman. Very interesting to compare her recorders with my 40-year-old Moecks. Many thanks for laying on the course.” – Peter Draper | Recorder Knowledge with Jacqueline Sorel | March 2015

June | Saturday 18 | June | Saturday 25 | June | Saturday 26

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