I Sing a New Song

The Newberry Consort to present I Sing a New Song, collaboration with Trobár and Catalina Vicens, March 1-3 in Chicago.  The Newberry Consort presents a program of music that would have been performed by musicians who undertook the perilous journeys to Europe’s famous menestrel schools in the Middle Ages. The word menestrel, literally “minstrel,” refers to the […]

$45 – $65

Western Early Keyboard Association presents The Leonhardt Legacy with Douglas Amrine

Reed College Performing Arts Building Rm 320 Portland, OR, United States

Douglas Amrine visits from Amsterdam to perform music of the 17th century including virginalist composers of England and the Low Countries, followed by suites by Louis Couperin and Henry Purcell. After the recital, Douglas will give a talk about his work to establish and maintain the Gustav Leonhardt Pedagogy Archive, a digital collection of primary-source material about Gustav Leonhardt’s teaching. The […]

Free – $25

The World of Isabella of Castile

St. Bede's Episcopal Church (Santa Fe) 550 W. San Mateo Rd, Santa Fe, NM, United States

Música Antigua de Albuquerque will present "The World of Isabella of Castile," music from Spain during the 15th-century reign of Queen Isabella I, performed with voices and period instruments.  Concerts are in Santa Fe on Saturday, March 2, at St. Bede's Episcopal Church, and in Albuquerque on Sunday, March 3, at St. Michael & All […]

$10 – $20

Free early Latin American Music Concert at UT El Paso

University of Texas at El Paso 500 W University Ave, El Paso, TX, United States

Concert information here: https://www.utep.edu/liberalarts/music/outreach/musicology-area/emlaf-concert-information.html More information about the festival here: https://www.utep.edu/liberalarts/music/outreach/musicology-area/emlaf-workshop.html The University of Texas at El Paso has been approved for a $28,000 Grants for Arts Projects award from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) to support the Early Music Latin America Festival. This project includes a concert and free workshop to promote […]

Free

The Colburn Orchestra: Jeannette Sorrell conducts Handel, Cimarosa, and Mozart

Zipper Hall 200 S Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, United States

Grammy award-winning conductor Jeannette Sorrell leads the Colburn Conservatory of Music's flagship ensemble in an intimate concert of Baroque and Classical favorites, centered around a charming and operatic double concerto for flute. Rounding out the program are selections from Handel’s regal Water Music and Mozart’s solemn 40th Symphony, one of only two he wrote in a minor […]

$45

I Sing a New Song

The Newberry Consort to present I Sing a New Song, collaboration with Trobár and Catalina Vicens, March 1-3 in Chicago.  The Newberry Consort presents a program of music that would have been performed by musicians who undertook the perilous journeys to Europe’s famous menestrel schools in the Middle Ages. The word menestrel, literally “minstrel,” refers to the […]

$45 – $65

TEMP Presents “The Original Carmina Burana”

Redeemer Presbyterian Church 2111 Alexander Ave, Austin, Texas, Select a Country:

While Carmina Burana may have gotten its claim to fame in 1937 by composer Carl Orff, the original version deserves just as much attention. This medieval manuscript collected and composed by 13th-century Bavarian clerical students contains unabashedly joyful and passionate songs about love, spring, drinking, philosophy, politics, and more, and it offers a fascinating glimpse […]

$5 – $35

BEMF Vocal & Chamber Ensembles: A Garden of Earthly Delights

Jordan Hall, New England Conservatory 30 Gainsborough St., Boston, United States

BEMF Vocal & Chamber Ensemble Paul O'Dette & Stephen Stubbs, Musical Directors Saturday, March 2, 2024 | 8PM NEC's Jordan Hall, Boston, MA Sunday, March 3, 2024 | 3pm The Morgan Library & Museum, New York, NY | PURCHASE TICKETS VIRTUAL PREMIERE: Saturday, March 16, 2024 at 8pm (ET) Available to watch until March 30, 2024 at 11:59pm […]

$20 – $90

Early Music Missouri presents “Masters of English Polyphony—Motets & Masses by Dunstaple, Taverner & Byrd”

St. Peter's Episcopal Church, St. Louis 110 North Warson Road, St. Louis, United States

Early Music Missouri’s 2023 – 2024 season continues with a concert of sacred polyphony by English Renaissance composers John Dunstaple, John Taverner, and William Byrd. The program features two masses: Taverner’s “Western Wynde Mass” and Byrd’s “Mass for Four Voices.”  Motets on the concert are Dunstaple’s famed trio “Quam pulchra es,” and Byrd’s eight-part motet […]

$20

Early Music Missouri presents “Masters of English Polyphony—Motets & Masses by Dunstaple, Taverner & Byrd”

St. Peter's Episcopal Church, St. Louis 110 North Warson Road, St. Louis, United States

Early Music Missouri’s 2023 – 2024 season continues with a concert of sacred polyphony by English Renaissance composers John Dunstaple, John Taverner, and William Byrd. The program features two masses: Taverner’s “Western Wynde Mass” and Byrd’s “Mass for Four Voices.” Motets on the concert are Dunstaple’s famed trio “Quam pulchra es,” and Byrd’s eight-part motet […]

$20

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