Review: American Classical Orchestra Revives a Rarely Heard Telemann Masterpiece

Review: American Classical Orchestra Revives a Rarely Heard Telemann Masterpiece

Published:
October 14, 2015
Now here’s something different to help kick off the fall season: a flurry of works by Georg Philipp Telemann, seemingly out of the blue. (Telemann’s 335th birthday, unlikely to excite
Rumbarroco passionate about combining Latin and Baroque music

Rumbarroco passionate about combining Latin and Baroque music

Published:
October 9, 2015
Talking about the latest thing in early music may sound as oxymoronic as talking about jumbo shrimp, but there really is a "latest thing" in early music and it goes
Preview: Vocal group Anonymous 4 stops in Pittsburgh for one of its last performances

Preview: Vocal group Anonymous 4 stops in Pittsburgh for one of its last performances

Published:
October 1, 2015
The album “An English Ladymass” by the vocal quartet Anonymous 4 made the classical Billboard charts In 1993. Later that year, Gail Luley and her sister-in-law opened Classical Tracks on the
Christopher Jackson, 67, was master of Renaissance music

Christopher Jackson, 67, was master of Renaissance music

Published:
September 26, 2015
Christopher Jackson, artistic director of the Studio de musique ancienne de Montréal, and a mainstay of music in the city, died Friday at 67. A news release from SMAM described
It'll be alright on the night: how musicians cope with performance stress

It’ll be alright on the night: how musicians cope with performance stress

Published:
September 8, 2015
Jonas Kaufmann was 26 when he forgot how to sing. Kaufmann, who headlines at the Last Night of the Proms on Saturday alongside soprano Danielle de Niese and pianist Benjamin
Nominate Someone for an EMA Annual Award!

Nominate Someone for an EMA Annual Award!

Published:
September 1, 2015
Every year EMA accepts nominations for the Howard Mayer Brown Award, Thomas Binkley Award, and Laurette Goldberg Award, which recognize outstanding achievement in the field of early music. Early Music
From Ink to Sound: Decoding Musical Manuscripts

From Ink to Sound: Decoding Musical Manuscripts

Published:
August 31, 2015
Travel through the history of musical notation, learning how to decode medieval music manuscripts, with this free online course. Nowadays music is all around us: we listen to it while
‘The Czech Lute,’ a Baroque Masterpiece, Gets Filled In

‘The Czech Lute,’ a Baroque Masterpiece, Gets Filled In

Published:
August 27, 2015
Last year, the Czech musicologist Petr Danek was in the Franciscan library in Slany, about 20 miles northwest of Prague, searching for Renaissance and early Baroque musical prints. He noticed
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The 2015 Fall EMAg is here! Early-Music Leaders Go Modern

Published:
August 24, 2015
A Season Begins by Donald Rosenberg One of the missions of EMAg is to explore the new in the old—to discover how music that’s been around for a long time
Gramophone Classical Music Awards 2015 Nominations Announced

Gramophone Classical Music Awards 2015 Nominations Announced

Published:
August 1, 2015
The free Gramophone Awards Shortlist 2015 digital magazine contains the complete original reviews of each of the 72 recordings shortlisted for Gramophone Awards this year. Once again, the Instrumental category

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