EMA’s ongoing series of webinars and interest sessions covering topics of historical performance practice and early music


Details

  • Topics must relate to the field of early music or historical performance practice
  • Special consideration will be given to interest sessions which focus on cultural cross-fertilizations in the history of early music
  • Interest sessions will be held via the Zoom web conferencing platform and livestreamed via Facebook Live on EMA’s Facebook Page
  • Sessions will be archived on EMA’s YouTube Channel
  • Sessions will last a maximum of one hour
    • presenter content should be held to a maximum of 40 minutes with remaining time for Q&A

Please use the form below the bottom of this page to propose a session. If your proposal is selected, a member of the EMA Staff will contact you to schedule your presentation.


Upcoming Interest Sessions

September 28, 8pm ET/5pm PT
Karen Burciaga & Dan Meyers – “Pilgrims’ Progress: Creating Music for the Plimoth Settlers 1590-1650”
Boston-based ensemble Seven Times Salt explores the process of creating a compelling concert program around a historical topic for which very little musical evidence exists. We’ll explain how we pieced together a musical narrative for the Plimoth settlers for the period 1590-1650 drawing on works by Dowland, Morley, van Eyck, and Campion, collections of catches and part songs published in England and the Netherlands, songs from the Elizabethan theater captured in Shakespeare’s plays, traditional English country dance tunes, and our original setting of a text by Thomas Morton of Merrymount–along with a healthy dose of imagination! Along the way we’ll share musical examples from our recent album “Pilgrims’ Progress,” recorded in the historic 1717 Meetinghouse in West Barnstable, MA.
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Upcoming Webinars

No public scheduled webinars at this time.
Members only webinars can be found on the Member Opportunities page.


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