Canto: We Shall All Be Changed

Canto: We Shall All Be Changed

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Amanda Powell
"As we have shifted into new modalities of sharing music and teaching, I’ve been longing to rediscover why exactly I have devoted my life to being an artist."
a young women with a violin sits on stone stairs in front on the porch of a white house.

Early Music America announces Recipient of the 2021 Margriet Tindemans Early String Scholarship

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Early Music America
Tavya McCoy is a gifted and aspiring musician who has shown extraordinary dedication throughout her life to pursuing a career in music, and most recently a career in early music.
Laury Gutiérrez is First Recipient of Thomas Zajac Memorial Scholarship

Laury Gutiérrez is First Recipient of Thomas Zajac Memorial Scholarship

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Early Music America
Laury’s research exemplifies the cultural cross-fertilization that was so important to Tom Zajac.
Anna O'Connell Awarded 10th Biennial Thornton Memorial Scholarship

Anna O’Connell Awarded 10th Biennial Thornton Memorial Scholarship

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Early Music America
“In a year with many highly-qualified candidates, Anna O’Connell demonstrated that she has the self-directed drive and passion for medieval music that make her the ideal fit for the Barbara Thornton Memorial Scholarship.”
Cappella Romana Celebrates Music By Byzantine Abbess

Cappella Romana Celebrates Music By Byzantine Abbess

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Aaron Keebaugh
Alexander Lingas and the Oregon-based ensemble Cappella Romana have turned the spotlight on more of a medieval composer's works through 'Hymns of Kassianí,' a recording released in April on their own label.
David Bayer: Harpsichord And Guitar Maker Extraordinaire

David Bayer: Harpsichord And Guitar Maker Extraordinaire

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Curtis Price
His best instruments have something extra: a Gestalt that makes them "objects of desire." His legacy is his output, and all of the surviving instruments deserve to be preserved and maintained for posterity.
Newberry Consort Revives Music By 17th-Century Mexican Composer

Newberry Consort Revives Music By 17th-Century Mexican Composer

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Kyle MacMillan
The ensemble's new recording comprises vespers music by Juan de Lienas (1617-1654) and others from the period.
Historical Performance in the West and Asia: An Ethnological Assessment

Historical Performance in the West and Asia: An Ethnological Assessment

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Joyce Chen
Joyce Chen's research "shows that there is an imbalanced, circular relationship between Western and Asian HIP communities, exacerbated by a persistent tension between modern sensibilities and century-old musical practices."
Early Music America announces  Anna Maria McElwain as first Recipient of the Joan Benson Clavichord Award

Early Music America announces Anna Maria McElwain as first Recipient of the Joan Benson Clavichord Award

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Early Music America
Early Music America has announced the first recipient of the Joan Benson Clavichord Award, selected by an independent panel of judges. “It is with great pleasure that we announce Anna
Early Music Vancouver Welcomes Suzie LeBlanc

Early Music Vancouver Welcomes Suzie LeBlanc

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David Gordon Duke
For staff, stakeholders, and interested members of the music community, LeBlanc's appointment was met with resounding enthusiasm, and a quiet sigh of relief.

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