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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Musicivic Early Music Wednesdays (Winter Season)

Musicast (Musicivic Online)
Virtual Events

Every Wednesday evening at 7:30 PM ET, Musicivic will present an “Early Music” event (flexibly defined) as part of its Musicivic Everywhere programming. Free Tickets Available Series Page The series is our first themed “channel” and is intended to introduce national and global audiences to the Musicivic model with the hopes of creating interest and …

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Free

Emmanuel Music | The Virtual Lindsey Chapel Series

Emmanuel Church | Lindsey Chapel 15 Newbury Street, Boston

Please join us virtually in the lovely Leslie Lindsey Chapel for our annual Lindsey Chapel Series, postponed from last season. From February 18 - March 25 on Thursdays at noon, J.S. Bach’s English Suites will be performed on harpsichord by soloists and friends of Emmanuel Music. The Lindsey Chapel Series will be live-streamed on the …

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JAMOnline: Performers, Patronage, and Prejudice

Virtual Events

As part of our Jews & Music (JAMOnline) series, this riveting program includes music by composers Fanny and Felix Mendelssohn, Joseph Joachim, Offenbach, and Meyerbeer, featuring members of the Orchestra and Chorale, as well as special guests. Nic and Francesco will lead a dynamic and spirited discussion, complete with illuminating visuals for this special JAMOnline event. FREE EVENT — REGISTRATION REQUIRED Click the link below to …

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Free

NYSB Young Artists: The Berwick Fiddle Consort “Ayont Yon Glen” (Friday)

Online

The Berwick Fiddle Consort is a folk-baroque ensemble made up of young musicians who share a passion for both historical performance and fiddle traditions. Their program will present traditional Scottish, Irish and Cape Breton music alongside Scots-inspired works in the baroque style.

Free

Pegasus Young Artists: The Berwick Fiddle Consort “Ayont Yon Glen” (Friday)

Online

The Berwick Fiddle Consort is a folk-baroque ensemble made up of young musicians who share a passion for both historical performance and fiddle traditions. Their program will present traditional Scottish, Irish and Cape Breton music alongside Scots-inspired works in the baroque  style.

Free

The Musical World of Don Quixote

Online
Virtual Events

Piffaro, the Renaissance Band's digital revival of its acclaimed 2016 concert program (featured in the Fall 2016 issue of Early Music America Magazine) distills archival footage of the live concert into a little over one hour of music that relates the adventures of fiction’s most beloved knight errant.  The concert premieres on March 5 at …

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$15.00

Jennifer Meller:Whistle While You Dance: Sung Branles of 16th Century France/Branles of Mystery

Online

TWO CLASSES: Saturday, March 6 @ 3 p.m. / Sunday, March 7 @ 3 p.m.   Can you sing or play an instrument and dance at the same time? Yes you can! These delightful and ubiquitous dances from the turn of the 16th century will challenge your memory, balance, coordination, and appetite for fun with …

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$25

Ronn McFarlane and Matt Palmer Virtual Concert at Baltimore Classical Guitar Society

Virtual Events

This will be a split bill concert between lutenist Ronn McFarlane and classical guitarist Matt Palmer, with each performing one 30-40 set.  The encore will feature the world premiere of "Night Rose" by Ronn McFarlane, to be performed on lute and guitar.  Not to be missed! A pre-concert lecture will begin at 7pm, music will …

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A Mighty Wind: Renaissance Wind Instruments

March 7, 2021 A Mighty Wind: renaissance wind instruments Lecture by Rotem Gilbert, professor USC Thornton School of Music Early Music superstar Rotem Gilbert talks about all the fabulous wind instruments from the renaissance that she plays and has researched extensively in literature and iconography.

$15
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