Early Music America is establishing the biennial Thomas Zajac Memorial Scholarship for performers and scholars who embody the multi-instrumentalist and educator's adventurous spirit.
To mark the 250th anniversary this year of Beethoven’s birth, John Eliot Gardiner is leading his Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique in Beethoven’s nine symphonies in five cities.
The beloved ensembles are teaming in February in Chicago, Philadelphia, and Wilmington, DE, with a collaborative show, 'La Marchesa,' focusing on Isabella d’Este, marchioness, Gonzaga-in-law, and fabled North Italian patroness of art and music.
The Carmel Bach Festival introduces a session for an early-music string quartet, while Oklahoma City University will offer a training institute aimed at singers and instrumentalists.
Early Music America has been approved for an Art Works grant from the National Endowment for the Arts to support “Building Bridges.”
Cleveland-based Les Délices and Boston-based Blue Heron are teaming up for a program focusing on the late Medieval attitude toward intimacy.
Celebrating artisans who design and craft wind, string, keyboard, and percussion instruments based on historical models.
How can we teach children that music is a space where all people are welcome? How can we lift up voices instead of suppressing them in a world that talks about openness and inclusivity but often falls short? How can we use our own voices to effect change?
Harpsichordist Elaine Funaro, center, collaborated with her twins, Andrea and Eric Love, on a children’s book that ups the ante on bringing instruments to life.
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