EMA Awarded NEA Grant to Support 2022 Festival & Showcase

EMA Awarded NEA Grant to Support 2022 Festival & Showcase

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Early Music America
EMA's project is among 1,248 projects across America totaling $28,840,000 that were selected to receive this first round of fiscal year 2022 funding in the Grants for Arts Projects category.
Chatting with a Keyboard Master: James Nicolson

Chatting with a Keyboard Master: James Nicolson

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Leslie Kwan
James Nicolson, the 2013 recipient of EMA’s Howard Mayer Brown Award for lifetime achievement in the field of early music, was interviewed in March 2021 by Leslie Kwan.
EMA Welcomes Pierre Ruhe as New Publications Director

EMA Welcomes Pierre Ruhe as New Publications Director

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Early Music America
Pierre Ruhe has led a multi-faceted career as a writer, editor, arts administrator, and internet entrepreneur.
Baroque Dance Steps Out In Online Instructional Videos

Baroque Dance Steps Out In Online Instructional Videos

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Paulina Francisco
The platform is housed on the website of Les Jardins Chorégraphiques, Montréal’s premiere historical dance company, which Marie-Nathalie Lacoursière founded in 2008 and which she and Stéphanie Brochard co-direct.
American Bach Society Diversity Initiative Off to Upbeat Start

American Bach Society Diversity Initiative Off to Upbeat Start

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Ashley Mulcahy
The American Bach Society has piloted a grant initiative designed to “fund scholarly or creative projects that expand diversity in the study or performance of J. S. Bach and his music…along any axis.”
Going Off Script: Modern Pianists Turn to Early Music to Learn Improvisation

Going Off Script: Modern Pianists Turn to Early Music to Learn Improvisation

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John Mortensen
"Having discussed these matters with countless students from across the world," writes John Mortensen, " I have become convinced that the classical music realm is increasingly receptive to historic improvisation."
EMA welcomes David McCormick as Executive Director

EMA welcomes David McCormick as Executive Director

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Early Music America
On behalf of our Board of Directors, I am thrilled to welcome David to EMA. His deep experience in our field as a multi-instrumentalist, scholar, educator, and administrator will serve
Boston Camerata Continues Exploring Rich Cultural Repertoire

Boston Camerata Continues Exploring Rich Cultural Repertoire

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Aaron Keebaugh
Boston Camerata's season-opening program Nov. 6 in Boston will examine spiritual traditions from 19th-century Celtic, Shaker, and African American communities.
Butt Savors Melding the Historically Informed with the Modern

Butt Savors Melding the Historically Informed with the Modern

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Kyle MacMillan
Playing 17th- and 18th-century music on modern instruments in a period style is old hat to Music of the Baroque, an ensemble Butt will lead for the first time Oct. 17 and 18.
Forgotten Women of French Baroque Opera: A New Approach to the Repertoire

Forgotten Women of French Baroque Opera: A New Approach to the Repertoire

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Natasha Roule
The identities and contributions of women artists to music in the Baroque period remain relatively obscure in our performance narratives of music from this era.

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