Renaissance Polyphony Meets Visuals Created By Artificial Intelligence

Renaissance Polyphony Meets Visuals Created By Artificial Intelligence

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Jarrett Hoffman
'Aleph Earth' blends audio from the vocal quartet New York Polyphony with visuals created by the University of Oregon’s Artificial Intelligence Creative Practice Research Group.
Europe And North America Shake Early Music Hands Online

Europe And North America Shake Early Music Hands Online

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Karin Brookes
The European Early Music Network (Réseau Européen de Musique Ancienne, or REMA) will present its first European Early Music Summit online Nov. 20-22.
Monteverdi's <i>L’Orfeo</i> Goes Remote To Meet The Times 

Monteverdi’s L’Orfeo Goes Remote To Meet The Times 

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Kyle MacMillan
The performances by the 40 student singers and 20 players from Northwestern University who took part in 'Orfeo Remote' were filmed and recorded in and around their homes as far away as South Korea.
Haymarket Goes Inventively Virtual With Opera Productions

Haymarket Goes Inventively Virtual With Opera Productions

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Kyle MacMillan
The Chicago-based company has created small-scale, semi-staged productions tailored to accommodate necessary spacing and COVID-19 concerns.
According The Accordion Its Historical Due

According The Accordion Its Historical Due

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Laura Stanfield Prichard
Throughout the Classical and Romantic periods, the humble accordion and its simpler cousin, the concertina, were important parlor, chamber, and accompanying instruments.
Notorious Strumpets On The English Restoration Stage

Notorious Strumpets On The English Restoration Stage

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Paula Maust
The Restoration singer-actresses Nell Gwyn and Mary “Moll” Davis rose to fame during a period of sweeping social, legal, and scientific change on issues that directly impacted gender roles in all levels of English society.
Summer Festivals Shift Concerts And Activities Online

Summer Festivals Shift Concerts And Activities Online

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Paulina Francisco
Much like the music it studies, the early music community has proven to be incredibly resilient, adaptive, and thoughtful during a time filled with uncertainty and isolation.
Solutions for Change: Anti-Racism in Early Music

Solutions for Change: Anti-Racism in Early Music

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Vijay Chalasani
It is important to distinguish between being not racist and being anti-racist because, as EMA founding member, board member, and gambist Patricia Ann Neely says, “We know that there are subtle forms of racism and that those who are the perpetrators may not even know they are committing the offense.”
Modern Baroque String Instruments and Bows Seek Their Soulmates

Modern Baroque String Instruments and Bows Seek Their Soulmates

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Edwin Huizinga
Luthiers have so much in common with performing artists: their teachers and their entry into the profession, their incredible passion and perseverance. For the instrument and bow maker, it’s the absolute joy when they hear their creation played and loved by artists who practice thousands of hours to learn the repertoire and finally tell their own stories.
Early Music? There’s An App For That

Early Music? There’s An App For That

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Saskia Maxwell Keller
The Acapella app, which allows users to create multi-track videos, singing or playing musical instruments on their own, has recently seen a resurgence among HIP musicians, especially those craving polyphony in this increasingly monophonic world.

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