Alkemie presents “Hildegard Refracted”


This Alkemie collaboration features experimental arrangements of the music of 12th-century mystic Hildegard von Bingen sung & played on old and new instruments - including medieval winds, synthesizers & electric harp. Musical pieces are juxtaposed with lighthearted video content created by the performers that explore Hildegard’s medical and mystical writings. Tracy Cowart (voice & harps) …

Alkemie presents “Hildegard Refracted” Read More »

$15 – $100

Josquin 2021

Trinity Lutheran Church of Manhattan 164 West 100th Street (at Amsterdam Avenue), New York, NY

Mark the 500th anniversary of the death of Renaissance composer Josquin des Prez, a towering figure in Western music, by being an active participant in re-creating his extraordinary music! Internationally celebrated conductor Harold Rosenbaum will be leading fourteen open community sing-in/play-ins traversing Josquin’s known choral repertoire. Singers and instrumentalists, amateur and professional, are invited to …

Josquin 2021 Read More »


Midtown Concerts presents Dan McCarthy & Friends

The Church of the Transfiguration 1 E 29th St, New York, NY

Vivaldi Viola d’Amore Concerti Vivaldi uses the unique tuning of the viola d’amore to masterfully create concerti that are elegantly virtuosic. He was known to perform on this instrument throughout his life possessing an intimate feel for the charmingly seductive sound of the baroque viola d’amore. Dan McCarthy and his colleagues will play in public …

Midtown Concerts presents Dan McCarthy & Friends Read More »


O Marvelous Art!

First Presbyterian Church in Germantown 35 West Chelten Ave, Philadelphia, PA

After the beautiful and crazy ride of the last two years, we are embracing change with a tip of the hat to the new normal. To launch our third season in Fall 2021, we’ll team up with soprano Rebecca Myers and some of the East Coast’s finest period instrument soloists in “O Marvelous Art,” a …

O Marvelous Art! Read More »

Free Will Donation

Afrobaroque Music & Latin America

First Congregational Church in Winchester Virtual Concert MA
Virtual Events Virtual Events

Join us for a rousing and distinct evening of rhythmic dances and virtuosic performances, as the 8 superstar musicians of Rumbarroco swing and groove their way through the African diaspora in Latin America. In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, Rumbarroco focuses on intercultural fusion between musical traditions, including early European music of the Renaissance and …

Afrobaroque Music & Latin America Read More »


AfroBaroque Music & Latin America

Studzinski Recital Hall 12 Campus Rd S, Brunswick, ME

The mission of La Donna Musicale’s branch organization, RUMBARROCO, is to recreate, preserve, and popularize the vital rhythms and harmonies of the past that traveled from the Iberian Peninsula to Latin America and vice versa. Rumbarroco’s Latin-Baroque Fusion ensemble uses period, folk, and contemporary popular instruments and performance practices. Rumbarroco explores the musical and cultural …

AfroBaroque Music & Latin America Read More »


In-Person | Artist Recital: Cello Duets with Lisa Terry & Eve Miller

Chestnut Hill Friends Meeting 20 East Mermaid Lane, Philadelphia, PA

The violoncello was practically unknown in France at the turn of the 18th century. Lisa and Eve offer a delightful survey of duets by player-composers from Couperin to Offenbach, featuring works by players who themselves had moved from playing bass violin to the new cello, and from using an underhand bow grip to overhand. Works include …

In-Person | Artist Recital: Cello Duets with Lisa Terry & Eve Miller Read More »

Virtual Events

“The Harmony of Nations” Jude Ziliak, leader

Virtual Events Virtual Events

The first of three concerts directed by finalists in Arcadia Players' search for a new Artistic Director, Jude Ziliak’s program features music that showcases the divergence of French and Italian styles of the Baroque, culminating in their reunion in the "mixed style" of Telemann. Ziliak is the first violinist of Sonnambula and a frequent concertmaster or …

“The Harmony of Nations” Jude Ziliak, leader Read More »


Dawn of the Baroque

Zion Lutheran Church San Antonio 9944 Leslie RD, San Antonio, TX

Dawn Of The Baroque October 2nd, 2021 at 7p.m. Zion Lutheran Church  9944 Leslie Rd San Antonio, TX 78254   This concert will feature works that demonstrate the transition from contrapuntal polyphony to more defined treble-bass polarity and the development of the basso continuo. We will feature music by: Palestrina, Monteverdi, Scheidt, Marais and others.  …

Dawn of the Baroque Read More »


Musicians of Old Post Road: Dramatic Return

First Parish Sudbury 327 Concord RdSudbury,

Thrill to two epic tales of reunification in this all-French program. The Israelites make a miraculous return to their homeland in Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre’s cantata Le Passage sur la mer rouge. Star-crossed lovers are reunited in the land of immortals in Clerambault’s cantata Leandre et Hero. Clerambault’s Sonata La Felicité and an overture by Charpentier …

Musicians of Old Post Road: Dramatic Return Read More »

$10 – $300

The EMA Member Concerts & Events Calendar is for time-sensitive events, such as in-person concerts, livestreaming performances or video premieres, and live online events such as webinars. Videos available on-demand (temporarily or permanently) should not be submitted as multi-day events. Please submit Early Music News & Press Releases about these or other activities.

Highlights from this calendar are included in the weekly E-Notes email newsletter (Tuesdays). Selections are made based on variety of event types and geographic regions.

EMA does not share non-EMA events on our social media platforms.

Scroll to Top