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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 or recurring events. Information about on-demand viewing periods are welcome as community news and press releases.

To Hope: Latish Beethoven Chamber Music

UNC Greensboro School of Music, Tew Recital Hall 100 McIver St, Greensboro, NC

A program of chamber music on period instruments, including an 1841 Bösendorfer piano, comprising the last of the violin and cello sonatas, the Fantasia and Polonaise for solo piano, and An die Hoffnung, Op. 94, with Nicholas Di Eugenio, violin; Brent Wissick, cello; Robert Bracey, tenor; and Andrew Willis, piano

Free
Recurring

Biweekly Bach

Virtual Events Virtual Events

This season, Ars Lyrica Houston celebrates the 300th anniversary of Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1 (1722) with a series of three intimate in-person performances with commentary at Rienzi, the MFAH house museum for European decorative arts. In addition, Ars Lyrica will present virtual broadcasts of those concerts and pairs of preludes and fugues in Biweekly …

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The Music of Ignatius Sancho: The Arts as Black Resistance in 18th-Century London

Virtual Events Virtual Events

Ignatius Sancho (1729–1780) was the first Black person to publish original musical compositions. Join the Raritan Players for a concert with commentary to learn how Sancho used his music to resist racism and enslavement. The concert will be live streamed only at https://go.rutgers.edu/NMCstream

Free

French art song, c. 1380-1500

Our Spotlight Sessions provide in-depth explorations of topics related to our season programs. Join Sean Gallagher, New England Conservatory, as he explores French art song, c. 1380-1500. Enjoy a lively Q&A after the presentation.

$10 – $35
Virtual Events

Midtown Concerts

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

The 2022 Winter season of Midtown Concerts continues with a fabulous line-up of artists. Both in-person in New York City and live streaming to YouTube. Hollinshead-Bass 1/20/22 A Wintry Mix  Schwarz / Shin Duo 1/27/22 Treasures of the High Baroque  The Western Wind 2/3/22 Renaissance Love Songs  Abendmusik 2/10/22 Whyte’s Noyse  Members of Juilliard415 2/17/22 …

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Free

Season XX – Chamber

Christ Church Christiana Hundred 505 Buck Rd, Wilmington, DE

We look back on twenty years of discovery with a lute concerto by Silvius Leopold Weiss (the composer with whom we founded our series), a quartet by Johann Gottlieb Janitsch (our new transcription from the Sara Levy collection) and string sonatas by Philipp Jakob Rittler (our newest obsession), plus a sonata by Johann Sebastian Bach …

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Free – $39.00
Virtual Events

Haydn + Mozart

Boston Symphony Hall 301 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, MA

You’ll be wowed by Haydn’s Drum Roll Symphony performed “the H+H way”—sounding fresh and authentic as it did on the day of its premiere—starting with a dramatic timpani flourish. Aisslinn Nosky is front and center for our Orchestra’s premiere of Mozart’s spirited Violin Concerto No. 1. Haydn’s mass honoring the Empress Maria Theresia is at once robust, …

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AEM ONLINE – Secret Voices: Thirteenth-Century Polyphony for the Nuns of Las Huelgas, with Susan Hellauer

In the early 1180s, King Alfonso VIII of Castile founded a convent near Burgos in north-central Spain. This Cistercian convent became a retreat (Las Huelgas means “place of refuge”) for royal and noble women seeking the religious life. Despite the Cistercian rule that prohibited these ladies from singing polyphony, it seems to have been an …

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$25

AEM ONLINE – The Birth of the Sonata – How Did We Get There? with Héloïse Degrugillier

How did Renaissance music, with its polyphony and its dances, evolve into the Baroque genre of the sonata? We will explore the chanson, the canzona, and the fugue and see how they were all stepping stones to the birth of the sonata. Geared to: upper intermediate to advanced recorders, other instruments welcome. Pitch: A=440. Join …

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$25

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.

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