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Enlightenment Of A Musical And Technological Kind

Enlightenment Of A Musical And Technological Kind

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Jarrett Hoffman
London's Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment plays New York's Tully Hall and Oberlin College this month, with help at the former from cell-phone quieting Yondr cases.
Fulbright: One Year Later

Fulbright: One Year Later

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Erin Lupardus
Cellist Erin Lupardus completes her three-part series detailing her experience studying Baroque cello as a 2018-2019 Fulbright Scholar.
An Ambassador For Flutes Baroque and Classical

An Ambassador For Flutes Baroque and Classical

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Philippa Kiraly
Janet See is an admired artist and teacher whose affiliations include Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Seattle’s Pacific MusicWorks, Seattle Baroque Orchestra, and Portland Baroque Orchestra

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EMA CD & BOOK REVIEWS

CD Review: Fresh Take On Goldberg Variations

CD Review: Fresh Take On Goldberg Variations

These performances bubble over with the energy and warmth of a celebration for five friends who just happen to be incredibly knowledgeable and sensitive students of Bach’s music.
Book Review: Portrait Of A Remarkable Artist

Book Review: Portrait Of A Remarkable Artist

Berta Joncus’ brilliant new book compels us to imagine London’s rich musical scene through the eyes and voice of one of the 18th century’s most extraordinary performers: Kitty Clive.
CD Review: Gems From The 15th And 16th Centuries

CD Review: Gems From The 15th And 16th Centuries

The repertoire showcases New York Polyphony performing at its peak. The ensemble's approach is persuasive and utterly commanding.
CD Review: Diverse Sides Of A Violinist's Art

CD Review: Diverse Sides Of A Violinist’s Art

This musical scrapbook of recordings by Carol Lieberman shows a progression from earlier to later performances, paralleling the evolution of historical playing styles over several decades.

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EARLY MUSIC NEWS FROM OTHER SOURCES

To be held July 6–August 1, 2020, this intensive program will provide training from internationally acclaimed artists and performance opportunities with the Carmel Bach Festival Orchestra.
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Carmel Bach Festival
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November 15, 2019
Reginald L Mobley curates and directs "Every Voice," the Handel and Haydn Society ’s annual free concert series.
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The Boston Globe
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November 30, 2019
Fifty years ago the quest for authentic performances of early music turned the classical world on its head and changed the way we listen for good. Was it all positives?
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The Guardian
Published:
November 1, 2019
After beginning as a 17th-century specialist, Mr. Leppard became a conductor with a broad repertory, leading the Indianapolis Symphony for 14 years.
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The New York Times
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October 22, 2019
Lisandro Abadie discusses the use of vocal vibrato in early music, examining correlations between the human voice and organ stops bearing the same name.
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Vox Humana Journal
Published:
October 21, 2019

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