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New Institutes To Nurture Young Musicians

New Institutes To Nurture Young Musicians

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Keith Powers
The Carmel Bach Festival introduces a session for an early-music string quartet, while Oklahoma State University will offer a training institute aimed at singers and instrumentalists.
Early Music America to Receive $10,000 Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts

Early Music America to Receive $10,000 Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts

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Early Music America
Early Music America has been approved for an Art Works grant to support “Building Bridges.”
Ensembles Meld To Probe Affairs Of The Heart

Ensembles Meld To Probe Affairs Of The Heart

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Mike Telin
Cleveland-based Les Délices and Boston-based Blue Heron are teaming up for a program focusing on the late Medieval attitude toward intimacy.

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EMA CD & BOOK REVIEWS

Book Review: Insightful Essays on Musical Genius

Book Review: Insightful Essays on Musical Genius

Robert L. Marshall's collection draws together essays written over some 30 years, presenting a carefully curated mélange of the best of the author’s old and new work.
CD Review: Mozart In Symphonic And Dance Mode

CD Review: Mozart In Symphonic And Dance Mode

The Freiburger Barockorchester makes a compelling case for rarely played repertoire in the new album 'Mozart: Youth Symphonies' on the Aparté label.
CD Review: Brumel's <i>Lamentations</i> Eloquently Done

CD Review: Brumel’s Lamentations Eloquently Done

Musica Secreta's balance, shaping of individual lines, attention to form and structure, and sensitivity to the text and its meanings all permeate the recording.
CD Review: Ensemble Revels In Traditional Fare

CD Review: Ensemble Revels In Traditional Fare

Makaris’s debut CD, 'Wisps in the Dell,' shows why this repertoire proved so popular with audiences and artists during the 18th century.

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EARLY MUSIC NEWS FROM OTHER SOURCES

Three candidates will headline the event's 50th anniversary season as guest conductors
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Oregon Bach Festival
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January 23, 2020
The Orpheus Instituut acquires the prestigious library of Ton Koopman. The focus of the collection is 17th- and 18th-century music, its cultural context and performance practice. The collection will be housed in the historic Koetshuis (coach-house), which is located next to the Orpheus Institute. The new research group 'Resounding Libraries' will develop projects around the collection.
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Orpheus Instituut
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January 22, 2020
Cohen was distinguished internationally as a theorist and musicologist. His major research specialties were the history of music theory and French music in the 17th and 18th centuries.
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Stanford University
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January 13, 2020
Police are investigating after 25 panes of glass were smashed at a world-famous church in the eastern German city of Leipzig. Police are looking for a suspect, and the church pastor has her own suspicions.
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Deutsche Welle
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January 2, 2020
Jolle Greenleaf and Tenet bid farewell to their Green Mountain Project, devoted to the 1610 Vespers, with conductorless performances.
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The New York Times
Published:
December 27, 2019

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COMMUNITY NEWS & PRESS RELEASES

Eya is thrilled to partner with Georgetown University in presenting Saint Brigid and the Medieval Sacred Music of Ireland. This music festival will feature: Chant workshop led by Eya's music director, Allison ...
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01/25/2020
Oxford University Press will release The Pianist's Guide to Historic Improvisation on April 1. Keyboard artists in the time of J.S. Bach were simultaneously performers, composers, and improvisers. By the twentieth ...
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01/21/2020
Contact Information: Billy Traylor 512.912.6827 info@austinbaroqueorchestra.org http://austinbaroqueorchestra.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: (January 9, 2020) “Early music ensemble to perform only surviving music from colonial Louisiana” AUSTIN – The Austin Baroque Orchestra ...
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01/19/2020
THE NEWBERRY CONSORT JOINS FORCES WITH PHILADELPHIA-BASED PIFFARO FOR THE MARCHESA: ISABELLA D’ESTE January 2, 2020—The Newberry Consort joins acclaimed Renaissance wind band Piffaro February 7, 8, and 9, 2020 for ...
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01/02/2020
Bach|Brewer All the Harpsichord You Can Stand! An extravaganza featuring four harpsichords revealing Bach’s genius for dramatic painting in sound. Arthur Haas, Dongsok Shin, Avi Stein, and Gwendolyn Toth, harpsichords Poignant ...
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Post Date: :
12/30/2019

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