Small Paths to the Greenwood

Church of the Good Shepherd (Watertown) 9 Russell Ave, Watertown, MA, United States

Seven Times Salt heralds Spring with a brand new program. We will perform 16th- and 17th-c. music from across Europe including works by Lassus, Encina, Manerio, Campion, Senfl and many […]


Bards of the British Isles

Bloomington Early Music Festival Bloomington, Indiana, United States

Zoe Vandermeer's Soprano and Welsh Triple Harp program Bards of the British Isles presents music of the late 16th century to the late 18th century from Scotland, Ireland, and Wales.  Featured […]

The Harp in Softly Pleasing Strains

King's Chapel Tremont Street, Boston, MA, United States

Soprano and Welsh Triple Harpist Zoe Vandermeer performs her mostly 18th century British Isles program 'The Harp in Softly Pleasing Strains' at the Tuesday Midday Recital Series at King's Chapel, […]

Pierre Hantai plays the Couperins, Handel, Bach & Byrd

Church of the Epiphany 1317 G Street, NW, Washington, United States

Pierre Hantaï, cited by Gramophone as being ‘…one of the very finest harpsichordists of our day’, performs a gorgeous program of music by great Baroque composers  – Louis Couperin, François […]

The Guiding Star: Pilgrimage Songs from Medieval Iberia

St. Augustine Cathedral 542 W Michigan Ave, Kalamazoo, MI, United States

Join us for a sumptuous musical journey to the Middle Ages with voices and historical instruments. Allison Monroe, co-founder of Trobár and Director of the Five College Early Music Program, […]


J.S. Bach’s Mass in B minor

St. Jean Baptiste 184 E 76th St, New York, NY, United States

Completing TENET’s traversal of J.S. Bach’s major vocal works. TENET concludes our decade-long exploration of J. S. Bach’s oratorios performed unconducted and chamber-style in a jubilant performance of the Mass […]

$15 – $120

Pierre Hantaï plays some of his favorite works by J.S. Bach

St. Columba's Episcopal Church 4201 Albermarle St. NW, Washington, DC, United States

Pierre Hantaï  is lauded for having an “… intuitive understanding of all those subtle ingredients that make music so compelling and utterly irresistible… No detail is lost.” (BBC Music Magazine).  […]

House Concert on Lake Champlain

private residence address sent to ticket buyers, Medford, MA, United States

Join Seven Times Salt in a beautiful historic home on the shores of Lake Champlain for a hearty helping of Renaissance drinking songs, elegant consort lessons, joyous dance tunes, and […]


Relic presents – At the Temple of Juno

Holy Trinity Lutheran Church 3 West 65th St., New York, United States

Celebrate the coming of summer with Relic in a performance that will enliven the imagination and excite the senses! Relic, a touring early music ensemble known for its spirited performances […]

Tactus SF presents Eternal Returns: Renaissance motets of loss and renewal

St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, San Francisco 3281 16th St, San Francisco, CA

Tactus SF presents choral masterpieces exploring the eternal cycle of beginnings, endings, and new beginnings, traditionally symbolized by the ouroboros—a snake devouring its own tail. Endings are not only experiences […]


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