Published June 2, 2016
In this issue we travel to Indianapolis, where Mark Cudek and colleagues celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Indianapolis Early Music Festival. Plus, a look at music-making in the city of Starbucks and salmon, which has proven to be a magnet for early music performers and teachers. And finally, a stop in Boscawen, NH, where the Avaloch Farm Music Institute provides inspiration for musicians of many stripes.
Adam Knight Gilbert gives us a scholarly look into “Ut re mi” with a discussion of the 16th-century manuscript Juxta artem conficiendi, and Rebecca Schmid takes a closer look at the archive of the Sing-Akademie zu Berlin. Plus more news, reviews, and coverage in the field of early music!