|UNT Baroque Orchestra
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The UNT Baroque Orchestra, a complete Baroque orchestra of 17-25 members; The Collegium Singers, a vocal group of 16 that specialize in motets, madrigals, cantatas and other early vocal literature for soloists and small groups; a cornetto-sackbutt ensemble; recorder and other early wind ensembles; a broken consort (Morley Consort) of plucked and bowed instruments; Les Agr�ments, a Baroque chamber ensemble; Baroque trumpet and horn ensembles, etc. The Collegium ensembles are open to all members of the student body by audition and participation is required ensemble for graduate majors in musicology and undergraduates enrolled in the history and music literature program.
Private instruction is offered in many instruments: Baroque violin (Cynthia Roberts); Baroque oboe (Joyce Alpers); recorder (Sarah Funkhouser); Baroque bassoon (Kevin Hall); Baroque flute (Lee Lattimore); Baroque trumpet (Leonard Candelaria); natural horn (William Scharnberg); harpsichord (Lenora McCroskey); and lute (Lyle Nordstrom).
The program director, Dr. Lyle Nordstrom, was awarded the year 2000 Thomas Binkley Award by Early Music America for his outstanding work at the collegiate level. For information contact Lyle Nordstrom