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.

Shira Kammen—A Whirlwind Tour from Chant through Dufay: polyphonic & monophonic music from the early Middle Ages to the beginning of the Renaissance

Online Austin

📌 All times Pacific Standard Time. Instruments, skill level and pitch standard indicated in individual class descriptions. 📌 Virtual classes are $25 each. If you purchase five or more classes in one order, you will receive a $2 discount for each class. 📌 If you purchase all five classes for Shira Kammen’s five-part series, you …

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$25

Vicki Boeckman: Musicke for a King

Online Austin

King Christian IV of Denmark reigned from 1588 until 1648 and boasted one of the finest musical courts in all of Europe. He sent his most talented and promising musicians to Italy to study the art of madrigal composition under the tutelage of the incomparable Giovanni Gabrieli, whereupon they returned to Denmark with the fruits …

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$25

Arash Noori, lutenist in recital

Historic Aldredge House 5500 Swiss Avenue, Dallas

One of the great young virtuosi on lute, theorbo and Baroque guitar plays music from Paris and Venice, with collaboration of his amazingly talented wife Stephanie Noori on violin and gamba, and Artistic Director James Richman on harpsichord.

$100

The Hungry Musician with Sarah Jane Kenner

Offered for free as part of The Well-Tempered Musician wellness series. Details and ingredient lists will be available soon. Sarah Jane Kenner (The Hungry Musician) is a professional violinist, blogger, and culinary coach in the New York City area. As a violinist, Sarah specializes in early music, and has performed with leading period instrument ensembles …

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Free

Stabat Mater

SEATTLE BAROQUE ORCHESTRA AND WHIM W’HIM DANCE COMPANY Online event | No charge | Suggested donation $20 Go to earlymusicseattle.org to view Pergolesi’s famous Stabat Mater was performed by Seattle Baroque Orchestra in our 2018-19 season. This performance was choreographed by Olivier Wevers and danced by his company, Whim W’Him. We have enhanced this archival video with improved sound …

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In Search of Beethoven

Online
Virtual Events

Joseph Haydn String Quartet in D minor, Hob. III:83 (Op. 103) Ludwig van Beethoven Preludio and Fugue in E minor for string trio, Hess 29 (Sketch study for his teacher, Albrechtsberger) Emanuel Aloys Förster String Quartet in D minor, Op. 21 No. 2 (Allegro vivace & Andantino) JS Bach Contrapunctus No. 14 from The Art …

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The Teenage Violin: Growth Spurts in the Seventeenth Century

Online Austin

Violinist Sarah Darling opens the series on January 30 with a performance and discussion of ambitious early works that she calls The Teenage Violin: Growth Spurts of the Violin in the 17th century. Pulling it away from its roots as a “dance band” instrument, daring composers from Italy to Germany to England demanded virtuosity from …

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$10 – $25

Alexander Technique with Marisa de Silva

Virtual Events

Offered for free as part of The Well-Tempered Musician wellness series. Alexander Technique is an educational process that was created to retrain habitual patterns of movement efficiency and posture that support physical well-being and can address chronic pain and discomfort.\ Facilitator: Marisa De Silva

Free

Tempesta Talks: The Fashionable Violinist

Tempesta di Mare Online 1034 Carpenter Street, Philadelphia

Fashion dictated how the violin was held and played in the 17th- and 18th centuries. In his talk, part of Tempesta di Mare's online behind-the-scenes series Tempesta Talks, violinist Edmond Chan shares his findings from baroque-era violin treatises, paintings and prints, and what it's like to play in an actual Eighteenth-Century style shirt, waistcoat, and …

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$5 – $20

Beethoven’s Quarter Millennial-Virtual Concert Series Early Sonatas

Sigal Music Museum 516 Buncombe St, Greenville

Sigal Music Museum and pianist, Zack Hughes have come together to celebrate the 250th birthday of Ludwig van Beethoven. Beethoven’s work has withstood the test of time and echoes of his famous hooks are heard in contemporary music spanning across genres. To celebrate what would have been his 250th birthday, Sigal Music Museum is presenting a …

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Free
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