Musica Pacifica at the Bloomington Early Music Festival

FAR Center for Contemporary Arts 505 W. 4th Street, BLOOMINGTON, IN, United States

Enclosures, Clearances, the First Wave, oh my! (San Francisco, CA) During the 18th century, Ireland, Scotland, and England all experienced similar social changes and hardships that forced many of the […]


Cantoría at the Bloomington Early Music Festival – US Debut!

FAR Center for Contemporary Arts 505 W. 4th Street, BLOOMINGTON, IN, United States

The "Cancionero de Palacio" & Other Songs for Exiles (Murcia, Spain) During the Franco regime, a group of well-known Spanish music critics, composers, and musicologists living in exile—along with some […]


Let’s Chat with David Lasocki

Teddie Talks Traverso , Germany

Many fans and specialists of early music will know David Lasocki’s name through the countless publications he has done in connection with historical woodwinds, whether books, articles, or music editions. […]


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, […]

Baroque Practice dance workshop


Baroque Practice, beginning September 5th, will be held on Tuesdays from 1-2 Eastern Standard Time. This free class online is designed for the general public. The class will be hosted […]


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 […]

A Handel Celebration

Korner Hall, TELUS Centre 273 Bloor St W, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Our 45th-anniversary season culminates with A Handel Celebration, a salute to one of the greatest musical dramatists of all time. A true humanist, Handel responded to the beauty and chaos of […]

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

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