Dr. Na'ama Lion
Instrument: flute, Baroque flute
Level: All levels
Bio: Na’ama Lion is well known as a versatile flute player. She has explored medieval music, playing with “Sequentia”; Renaissance consort music with "Tres doulx"; 18th and 19th century music with numerous groups, including Boston Baroque, Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra, Handel and Haydn Society, Grand Harmonie, and more. She is a committed performer of new music, and also presents and promotes music by women composers. Na’ama holds a Doctoral degree from Boston University, teaches at the Longy School of Music and directs a chamber music program at Harvard College. Na’ama has recorded for Deutsche Harmonia Mundi, Telarc and private labels.
Transportation to Instructor: Mather House, Harvard U. or Newton (Eliot Station, Green Line D)
Chamber Music Program at Mather House
OPPORTUNITIES FOR: small instrumental ensembles; early music ensembles; Vocal ensembles; flute and recorder consorts; harpsichord classes; figured bass; accompanying string quartets; piano duets; piano trios and more.
A fee of $110 per semester is required of all participants. Participation in a second ensemble available for a $75 additional fee. Open to groups already formed and to individuals who would like to join an ensemble. Individual instruction can be arranged.
For more information contact Dr. Na'ama Lion, Director of Chamber Music at Mather to arrange for your audition (617-244-4974 or lion@fas)
Introductory meeting: Thursday, SEPTEMBER 10, 2015 AT 4:30 PM Mather Senior Common Room
Auditions by appointment: Weekend of Sep. 5-6 and Sep. 12-13
Additional times available. Please contact Dr. Lion.