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European Day of Early Music 2016

The third annual European Day of Early Music has been announced as on 21 March this year. Chosen for being the birth date of Bach, the event will mark the date with a large range of concerts, lectures and workshops to celebrate a 1000-year-old European musical heritage. Last year’s celebration saw o …

Source: Early Music Today. Published: February 10, 2016.


Philharmonia Baroque has some fun with Wolfgang

Kristian Bezuidenhout will play a Mozart piano concerto at an upcoming PBO Sessions event. (Courtesy of Kristian Bezuidenhout) If a formal classical music concert is a little too stuffy an event for you, try one of the Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra s decidedly nonstuffy PBO Sessions on Feb. 4 at th …

Source: Daily Democrat. Published: February 3, 2016.


Asya Kozina crafts intricate baroque wigs from paper

russian artist asya kozina channels the motifs, costumes and aesthetic characteristics of various historical time periods and recreates them using the medium of paper. kozina’s recent series of ‘baroque paper wigs’ reappropriates the wild hairstyles of victorian-era women and men using individually …

Source: Design Boom. Published: February 1, 2016.

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Bach, Beethoven & Barbecue Gala and Young Texas Artists Music Competition scheduled for March 12

After an overwhelming success in chairing the gala last year, Shana and Tim Arthur are returning as co-chairs of the 2016 Texas-themed event. “We are so pleased that this year’s gala will pay tribute to The Honorable Guy Martin and his late brother, The Honorable J. Ross Martin III. The brothers hav …

Source: The Paper. Published: January 29, 2016.


Happy end: Prized 1714 cello is found in abandoned car

An Antonio Domenicelli cello that was left in the owner’s car, which was stolen last November in Glendale, California, has been found safe and well in the car, which was parked on a residential street for two months. Neighbour called the police, who identified the vehicle and returned it to Hollywoo …

Source: Published: January 25, 2016.


Acclaimed baroque trumpeter returns to Waterloo for a special concert

WATERLOO — Apparently, it was the trumpet itself that was largely to blame for the death of J.S. Bach’s primary trumpeter, Gottfried Reiche, in 1737. The much-storied tragedy happened the day after a particularly gruelling concert when Reiche simply dropped dead of a stroke while walking on the stre …

Source: The Published: January 20, 2016.

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