The EMA Member Concerts & Events Calendar is for live, time-sensitive events, such as in-person concerts, livestreaming performances/premieres, and live online events such as webinars.You are also welcome to 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.

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CELEBRATION: Vivaldi’s Four Seasons – rediscovered

Watch from Home! Jeannette Sorrell, harpsichord & direction Olivier Brault & Alan Choo, violin soloists (Apr. 9-10) Francisco Fullana & Alan Choo, violin soloists (Apr. 11-12 & 17-18) René Schiffer & Rebecca Landell Reed, cello soloists Our season-long pilgrimage to wellness ends with an exuberant celebration of Nature. If you thought you knew Vivaldi’s Four …

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CELEBRATION: Vivaldi’s Four Seasons – rediscovered

Watch from Home! Jeannette Sorrell, harpsichord & direction Olivier Brault & Alan Choo, violin soloists (Apr. 9-10) Francisco Fullana & Alan Choo, violin soloists (Apr. 11-12 & 17-18) René Schiffer & Rebecca Landell Reed, cello soloists Our season-long pilgrimage to wellness ends with an exuberant celebration of Nature. If you thought you knew Vivaldi’s Four …

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Arts at the Abbey: Spring Ayres

Abbey Basilica 100 Belmont-Mount Holly Rd, Belmont
Virtual Events

Enjoy the awakening season with Carolina Pro Musica and music by Landini, Janequin, Vivaldi, and Boismortier. The program of French and Italian music shares the genius of Vivaldi and his famous “Spring Concerto” from the Four Seasons. French composer Boismortier wrote four cantatas, one for each season. Hear his complete Spring cantata for soprano, flute …

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Actus Tragicus

Virtual

Eternity lies at the core of Bach's beloved cantata Gottes Zeit ist die allerbeste Zeit which creates a stark juxtaposition between the earthly death of the Old Testament and the redemption to come of the New Testament. Gottes Zeit ist die allerbeste Zeit BWV 106 J.S. Bach Chorale: Mit Fried und Freud ich fahr dahin Organ: Improvisation Mit Fried und …

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Deep Roots, New Branches – Mapping Latino Musical Migrations

featuring Antonio Gomez This presentation explores the shaping of Latino musical genres and how they in turn have contributed to popular music in the USA. For this presentation we focus on the evolution of Latin American music up through the early 1900s, ranging from Mexican sones to Afro-Cuban rumba, Brazilian capoeira, Puerto Rican bomba, Panamanian …

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Live from Amsterdam: A Wolf in Bear’s Clothing

Online
Virtual Events

Philharmonia returns to Amsterdam this Thursday with electrifying performances of Mozart and Tchaikovsky. Sensational piano duo Alexandra Nepomnyashchaya and Richard Egarr will perform an Andante from Mozart’s Sonata for Piano Four-Hands in F Major followed by Tchaikovsky’s powerful Symphony No. 4, “Fate Symphony” — brilliantly arranged by Tchaikovsky’s friend and colleague Sergei Taneyev. Richard and Alex will perform the program on a gorgeous Bechstein piano from 1860. Both works are monumental: Mozart in its “Romantic” …

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Midtown Concerts Presents The Shin, Tanimoto, Ross Trio

Virtual Events

Style Benders In the 18th century the musical rivalry between France and Italy culminated in a hybrid style, famously dubbed by François Couperin as "Les Goûts réunis". This program will feature works by some of these style-bending champions — J. S. Bach, G. P. Telemann, and Couperin himself. David Ross, traverso Arnie Tanimoto, viola da …

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Creative Conversations featuring Theodore Deacon and Arne Zaslove

Join host and EMS Development Director, Betsy Brick, for an engaging interview with our guest stage directors, Theodore Deacon, Arne Zaslove and others. Together they will explore the the work of Orazio Vecchi and the Madrigal Comedy: L’Amfiparnaso which was written in 1597. Go to earlymusicseattle.org to view

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