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EMAg, The Magazine of Early Music America

EMAg, The Magazine of Early Music America

Is for everyone who loves and wants to learn more about early music and the people performing it today. Each issue explores the passions, insights, and practical realities in the field. EMAg's broad appeal and excellent content have created an environment of strong enthusiasm and interest among our readers. Its intriguing articles and in-depth interviews explore news and newsmakers in early music, festivals and workshops, historical perspectives, instrument makers and collections, and education.

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Feasting on Festivals

By Donald Rosenberg

What sets many festivals apart are specific approaches and characteristics. In the world of early music, one can find festivals built around thematic programming and those that embrace a mix of repertoire meant to spice up our artistic lives.

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We welcome submissions for events, concerts, book reviews, recordings reviews, and articles. All submissions are reviewed for possible inclusion in the magazine.

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Book Reviews:
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