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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Growing Up Baroque

Virtual Events

Event Details: The Indy Baroque Chamber Players are excited to present a lively children’s educational concert called “Growing up Baroque,” which will be live streamed online Saturday, March 13, 2021 at 12 NOON. What does it mean to be “Growing up Baroque?” Martie Perry, baroque violin, Sarah Cranor, baroque violin, Rachel Gries, baroque viola, and …

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Free

Ross Duffin: The Tuning and Temperament Conundrum

Online

In 1832, someone proposed that the difficulties of tuning and temperament were created by “the Deity” in order to “show his inscrutable power.” Indeed, trying to reconcile musical acoustics with the scale of western music has fascinated, aggravated, and puzzled musicians and theorists for centuries. From the basics of the harmonic series, to Pythagorean tuning, …

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$25

Bach to Bop: Reginald Mobley

Lamb's Players Theatre 1142 Orange Blvd, Coronado

Countertenor d’amore Reginald Mobley is featured in a program displaying the musical fusion between the baroque and jazz idioms. The repertoire, from Bach to Sarah Vaughan ‘The Divine One’, will explore the world of ornamentation, rhetoric, and most importantly, groove. BEKENNEN WILL ICH SEINEN NAMEN BWV 200 J.S. BACH MIT ALLEM, WAS ICH HAB UND …

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$25

1721: A Very Good Year

Tempesta di Mare Online 1034 Carpenter Street, Philadelphia

1721: A VERY GOOD YEAR A tricentennial celebration of works by Bach, Telemann and dall’Abaco MAR 13–21 Recorded Live & Streaming On Demand 1721 saw the debut of an exceptionally fine crop of orchestral music, including Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos. We celebrate their 300th birthday with Brandenburg Concerto IV, a gorgeous violin concerto by Locatelli, and Telemann's witty orchestral suite "Les nations anciennes …

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$5 – $30

Forgotten Voices

A crescendo of instrumental forces from duo to trio to quartet to quintet that reveal the creative voices of outstanding, overlooked Classical era composers. Franz Danzi’s Duo in G Major for flute and cello, Maddalena Sirmen’s String Trio in D Major, Chevalier de Saint-Georges’s String Quartet in C Major, and Andreas Lidl’s Quintet in G …

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$10 – $70

Beauty through Adversity: Mozart’s Divertimento in E-flat major, K. 563 for string trio

Harvard Epworth Church 1555 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge
Virtual Events

Sarasa performs Mozart’s incredible Divertimento in E-flat major, K. 563 for string trio, a magnificent 6-movement work filled with lyricism, humor and brilliance. Composed in 1788, during a period fraught with financial strife and the death of his young daughter, Theresia, Mozart overcame personal obstacles to present a miraculous piece of warmth and beauty. Katherine …

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$10

« Les caractères de la danse » with the New York Baroque Dance Company

n 1715 the amazing Françoise Prévost, the first female choreographer (in addition to being a star dancer of the first order) created this astonishing solo for herself. Before long, it was also set by other leading ballerinas as a solo or duet. Artistic Director Catherine Turocy creates a brilliant evening of dance starting with these historical works …

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$25 – $50

The Magic of Telemann

H+H Online Stream Boston

A shining star in the Baroque constellation, Telemann is the centerpiece of this concert featuring five of H+H’s principal musicians. Fiery passions are laced throughout the rhythms, sure to warm a winter’s day. Performed on the instruments which would have been known by the composers and delivered with H+H’s signature artistry, this concert lights the way …

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David Morris: Boismortier Suite in G minor — And You’re the Soloist! (A Baroque Jam Session)

Online

Boismortier Suite in G minor — And You’re the Soloist! (A Baroque Jam Session)   For alto recorder, violin, treble viol or any treble instrument—with your dedicated coach and bass-viol accompanist, David Morris.   Boismortier’s beautiful, user-friendly suite (originally for traverso) is a perfect little collection of accessible, playable French music that’s long on style …

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$25
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