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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.

Washington Bach Consort | World Premiere of “A New Song”

National Presbyterian Church 4101 Nebraska Ave, NW, Washington, DC

To begin our 45th season, we unveil a world premiere from critically acclaimed composer, Trevor Weston. A New Song, finds our period instruments and voices on a fresh canvas of creation, bringing together and transforming perspectives of musical past, present, and future. Winner of the Arts and Letters Award in Music, and a Goddard Lieberson Fellowship …

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$25 – $79

Silenced Voices

Bastyr University Chapel 14500 Junita Drive NE, Kenmore

Music of the Ages SEATTLE BAROQUE ORCHESTRA Silenced Voices In-person and Virtual Women composers, singers, and instrumentalists of the early classical period have generally not been recognized for their contributions in our times. This concert sets the record straight! Many of these women moved easily in the circles of Haydn and Mozart, and while generally …

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Silenced Voices

Town Hall 1119 Eight Ave., Seattle, WA

Music of the Ages SEATTLE BAROQUE ORCHESTRA Silenced Voices In-person and Virtual Women composers, singers, and instrumentalists of the early classical period have generally not been recognized for their contributions in our times. This concert sets the record straight! Many of these women moved easily in the circles of Haydn and Mozart, and while generally …

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Requiem: Ockeghem@600 Concert 12

First Church in Cambridge, Congregational 11 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA

One of the master's most celebrated and mysterious creations, the earliest surviving polyphonic setting of the Requiem Mass, together with motets honoring Ockeghem by Antoine Busnoys and Johannes Lupi. Free pre-concert talk 45 minutes before the program.

$10

Washington Bach Consort | Orpheus Britannicus

National Presbyterian Church 4101 Nebraska Ave, NW, Washington, DC

By the age of 21, Henry Purcell (1659–1695) held the three most coveted musical positions in England. Widely praised after his death as Britain’s Orpheus, Purcell’s Hail! Bright Cecilia, delivers English Baroque style at its most powerfully expressive and eloquent. Purcell was the ultimate dramatist of his day and undeniably the most skilled Baroque composer to …

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$25 – $79

A New Springtime Of The World

Bastyr University Chapel 14500 Junita Drive NE, Kenmore

Music of the Ages DIABOLUS IN MUSICA A New Springtime Of The World In-person and Virtual Songs and Roman polyphonies of the 13th century The program takes its inspiration from two regions – the Troubadour songs from the courts and castles of Southern France; and the newly-constructed Roman cathedrals. Both fostered new musical expressions in …

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From War to Peace: Heinrich Schütz and His Time

St. Andrew's Wesley United Church 1022 Nelson St,, Vancouver, BC

Presented by Early Music Vancouver. Featured artists: Arwen Myers soprano, Danielle Sampson soprano, Nicholas Burns alto, Lawrence Williford tenor, Sumner Thompson baritone, musica intima, Cappella Borealis, Baroque Orchestra Mentorship Programme,  Pacific Baroque Orchestra,  Alexander Weimann music director A collection of musicians have come together to mark the 350th anniversary of prolific composer Heinrich Schütz’s death. Affected …

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$36 – $75

The World of Joseph Bologne

Town Hall 1119 Eight Ave., Seattle, WA

Music of the Ages SEATTLE BAROQUE ORCHESTRA The World of Joseph Bologne In-person and Virtual Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges (1745 – 1799) was a Guadeloupean Creole classical composer, virtuoso violinist, a conductor of the leading symphony orchestra in Paris, and a renowned champion fencer. In 1773 he was appointed director of the orchestra Concert …

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The World of Joseph Bologne

Bastyr University Chapel 14500 Junita Drive NE, Kenmore

Music of the Ages SEATTLE BAROQUE ORCHESTRA The World of Joseph Bologne In-person and Virtual Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges (1745 – 1799) was a Guadeloupean Creole classical composer, virtuoso violinist, a conductor of the leading symphony orchestra in Paris, and a renowned champion fencer. In 1773 he was appointed director of the orchestra Concert …

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Blue Heron Spotlight Session

Online Atlanta, GA

Join Thomas Forrest Kelly in this online-only exploration of The Early History of the Christmas Carol, c.1200-1500. These online talks and conversation are in-depth explorations of topics in early music with Q&A.

$39

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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