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.
Going for Baroque Among Spirits & Steeds

Going for Baroque Among Spirits & Steeds

By:
Jarrett Hoffman
Published:
September 6, 2019
Louisville, Kentucky, is a champion of whiskey and home to the Kentucky Derby, but old music has also taken up residence there, thanks to two ensembles, Bourbon Baroque and Incantare, which share violinist Alice Culin-Ellison.
'The Collective Joy of Music-Making'

‘The Collective Joy of Music-Making’

By:
Lee Talner
Published:
September 3, 2019
Community baroque orchestras that provide performing outlets for amateurs and professionals are on the ascent in North America.
Reggie Mobley

Canto: Times That Bind

By:
Reginald Mobley
Feelings and emotions are the glue of the human experience. And the unfailing conduit for linking us to who we always were, and will be, is music. It has existed along with humanity predating traumas like war, slavery, and injustice.
Harpsichord Finds Home In The 20th Century

Harpsichord Finds Home In The 20th Century

By:
Kyle MacMillan
Published:
August 12, 2019
Four works for harpsichord and orchestra are featured on a new CD from the Chicago-based Cedille Records label with soloist Jory Vinikour, conductor Scott Speck, and the Chicago Philharmonic.
Remembering Anner Bylsma

Remembering Anner Bylsma

Published:
July 29, 2019
In his studies with the great Dutch cellist Anner Bylsma, who died July 25 at the age of 85, Guy Fishman writes that "the level of inquiry and erudition was intoxicating."
Scott Allen Jarrett Named EMA Board President

Scott Allen Jarrett Named EMA Board President

Published:
July 8, 2019
An interview with Jarrett — artistic director of Bach Akademie Charlotte, director of music at Boston University’s Marsh Chapel, resident conductor of the Handel and Haydn Society Chorus, and music director of the Back Bay Chorale — about his new role with EMA.
Over The Moon For Period Instruments

Over The Moon For Period Instruments

Published:
July 8, 2019
Fortepianist Eric Zivian and cellist Tanya Tomkins have led the Valley of the Moon Music Festival in California's Sonoma Valley since 2014 with the mission of offering historically informed performances of Classical and Romantic music. The 2019 festival runs July 14-28.
Remembering Michael Jaffee (1938-2019)

Remembering Michael Jaffee (1938-2019)

Published:
June 18, 2019
Rosamund Morley, a viola gamba player and longtime member of the Waverly Consort, pays tribute to the ensemble's co-founder, who died June 15 at the age of 81.
Nina Stern, S'Cool Sounds Presented With 2019 Goldberg Award

Nina Stern, S’Cool Sounds Presented With 2019 Goldberg Award

Published:
June 16, 2019
On Wednesday, June 12, Early Music America presented Nina Stern and S'Cool Sounds with the 2019 Laurette Goldberg Award for lifetime achievement in early music.

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