The Brandeis Early Music Ensemble perform their own editions of pieces from the beautiful 1542 Chansonnier of Zeghere van Malein a series of short student-made videos linked by animated illustrations from the original book.
The CWRU Baroque Orchestra and Baroque Dance Ensemble, Julie Andrijeski and Jaap ter Linden, Directors, present highlights from their 2020-21 concert season including chaconnes, folias, passacaglias, and Handel’s Concerto in B-flat, Op. 6 No. 7.
Christmas song contained in Codex Martínez Compañón (c.1782–1785), a manuscript edited in nine volumes by the Bishop of Trujillo, Peru, Baltasar Jaime Martínez Compañón, containing 1411 watercolors and 20 music scores that documented life in his diocese. This song, performed by the Grota Recorder Ensemble, is one of the most beautiful Christmas songs of the codex
Este video fue realizado en el mes de junio de 2020 como muestra de vigencia de nuestra música a pesar de la emergencia sanitaria y como mensaje de esperanza para toda nuestra comunidad. El repertorio reúne obras del repertorio universal y del Archivo Misional de Moxos y rescates de la Tradición Oral Moxeña.
This virtual performance directed by Dr. Bianca Hall celebrates friendship and community not only as expressed by the musical selections themselves, which include toe-tapping dances, a joyous shape note hymn, playful rounds, contemplative pieces, and a rousing sea shanty, but also through the collaborative efforts of the musicians who were involved in every step of the process, from invention to performance.
This sampling of student performances includes Baroque arias, seventeenth century Scottish instrumental music, new compositions in medieval style, and more. Performers are students of Seattle Historical Arts for Kids aged 8-18 with professional guests.
The USC Thornton Baroque Sinfonia and USC Viol Consort present music from Early Modern England, Italy, and New Spain in celebration of their 2020-21 virtual concert season. Join us for vocal and instrumental large-scale and chamber works performed with passion, grace, and a sense of humor.
A sampling from EME video concerts (2020-21) and final student projects of the Performance Practice Seminar. Students in the seminar studied works that appealed to their particular research interests; so, this mini-performance is diverse. Perhaps an apt description of our theme is: We All Made Music During a Pandemic!