'The Harpsichord Diaries': A Family Affair

‘The Harpsichord Diaries’: A Family Affair

By:
Jarrett Hoffman
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.
Chatting with Curious Flutist Emi Ferguson

Chatting with Curious Flutist Emi Ferguson

By:
Andrew J. Sammut
In an interview, Ferguson discussed how playing old music and contemporary works inform one another, the wonder of Bach’s music, and more.
Enlightenment Of A Musical And Technological Kind

Enlightenment Of A Musical And Technological Kind

By:
Jarrett Hoffman
London's Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment plays New York's Tully Hall and Oberlin College this month, with help at the former from cell-phone quieting Yondr cases.
Fulbright: One Year Later

Fulbright: One Year Later

By:
Erin Lupardus
Cellist Erin Lupardus completes her three-part series detailing her experience studying Baroque cello as a 2018-2019 Fulbright Scholar.
An Ambassador For Flutes Baroque and Classical

An Ambassador For Flutes Baroque and Classical

By:
Philippa Kiraly
Janet See is an admired artist and teacher whose affiliations include Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Seattle’s Pacific MusicWorks, Seattle Baroque Orchestra, and Portland Baroque Orchestra
Sorrell Documentary Profiles A Compelling Musician

Sorrell Documentary Profiles A Compelling Musician

By:
Andrew J. Sammut
'Playing with Fire: Jeannette Sorrell and the Mysteries of Conducting' will interest and inspire anyone who loves music or just a well-crafted story about a fascinating person.
Karin Weston: Thornton Memorial Scholarship Reflection

Karin Weston: Thornton Memorial Scholarship Reflection

By:
Karin Weston
The Thornton Scholarship funded Weston's travel to study the Occitan language, the interpretation of Trecento music, Italian and French mensural notation, and medieval flute.
Madcap 'Dragon' Is Making Its Way to Chicago

Madcap ‘Dragon’ Is Making Its Way to Chicago

By:
Kyle MacMillan
Haymarket Opera Company is staging John Frederick Lampe’s 'The Dragon of Wantley,' an 18th-century send-up of Italian opera that stuck it to politicians of the time.
Period Ensembles Alive And Well

Period Ensembles Alive And Well

By:
Laurence Vittes
Published:
September 30, 2019
The outlines of North America’s exciting landscape of period-instrument ensembles are taking shape as the 2019-2020 season unfolds.
Teamwork Pays Off In Pittsburgh

Teamwork Pays Off In Pittsburgh

By:
Mark Kanny
Published:
September 16, 2019
Chatham Baroque (above) and the presenting organization Renaissance & Baroque, which merged in 2018, are looking to build on the success of their first year together as they head into 2019-20 season.

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