A Milestone for Early Music Seattle: Deep Roots, New Branches

A Milestone for Early Music Seattle: Deep Roots, New Branches

Deep Roots, New Branches, Early Music Seattle’s spring 2021 interactive series, invites musicians and audiences to explore the awe-inspiring tangles that shape what we call “early music,” and follow its ...
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Daring to Make Baroque Opera Grand Again

Daring to Make Baroque Opera Grand Again

Authentic instrument recordings of Baroque opera are nothing new; they’ve been coming at a fairly steady pace for decades. What is both new and newsworthy is the plethora of recordings ...
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San Francisco Classical Voice
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March 2, 2021
He Was a ‘Bad Boy’ Harpsichordist, and the Best of His Age

He Was a ‘Bad Boy’ Harpsichordist, and the Best of His Age

Scott Ross, who would have turned 70 this year, died young of AIDS — but not before recording all 555 Scarlatti sonatas ...
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The New York Times
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February 26, 2021
Mahan Esfahani Makes It Happen on the Harpsichord

Mahan Esfahani Makes It Happen on the Harpsichord

While most live performances in the States have been canceled due to COVID-19, the Iranian-born, American-raised Esfahani, who currently lives in Prague, recently filmed the masterwork for a Cal Performances ...
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San Francisco Classical Voice
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February 22, 2021
Eva Coutaz, a Record Label Force for Quality, Dies at 77

Eva Coutaz, a Record Label Force for Quality, Dies at 77

An executive with the respected label Harmonia Mundi, she shaped classical music careers and public tastes in turning out incomparable recordings from a French farmhouse ...
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The New York Times
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February 4, 2021

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