NORVIS is an annual full week-long early music course in Durham which we’re proud to describe as one of the UK’s longest-established and friendliest early music summer schools.
To read about NORVIS 2018, click HERE.
- It is tutored by an impressive line-up of specialist performers and teachers, covers all aspects of early music and is suitable for a wide range of ages and abilities.
- We specialise in recorders, viols, lutes, baroque strings, harpsichord and voices, and cover a wide range of repertoire from early renaissance to late baroque.
- We have a particularly generous student-tutor ratio, with around eighty students and fourteen wonderful tutors.
- We give a number of bursaries to enable individuals to attend NORVIS.
“The best thing about the course was the welcoming and inclusive attitude of both staff and students.”
We have now finished a marvellous 2018 NORVIS week: information about the 2019 course will appear in due course.
Want to take part? Application information is available on the Join NORVIS page.
You can read some testimonials from past NORVIS participants – they enjoyed it!
NORVIS XLIX – Saturday 27th July to Saturday 3rd August 2019
Details in due course.
NORVIS was founded in 1971 as The Northumbrian Recorder and Viol School by Layton and Christine Ring.
NORVIS is a registered charity, no 1014801.