EMA’s Top 10 Most Popular of 2023

by EMA Staff
Published December 18, 2023

As 2023 comes to a close, check out EMA’s 10 most popular features and reviews from the world of early music. For more news, profiles, and ideas, subscribe to EMA’s weekly E-Notes newsletter.


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21st Century Baroque

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Meet Nuova Pratica, a stylish ensemble with a progressive-retro attitude. They reject the notion that everything’s already been said in the Baroque language. By re-opening the book on Baroque composition, their new works are at turns fresh, varied, and imaginative.
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The 10 Hosting Commandments

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With the season in full swing and the holidays fast approaching, it’s a good time to revisit one of the most-read EMA stories of 2023. First published in January, it’s a top-10 list of “home stay” dos and don’ts. An early-music host shares his tips for making a home stay easy and low-stress for everyone. Share it with anyone who invites musicians into their house…and traveling musicians will be grateful.
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