News About EMA

Wayward Sisters Win Naxos Recording Competition

26 Sep 2011

[SEATTLE, WA]—Early Music America, the national service organization for the field of early music, is pleased to announce the winner of its EMA/Naxos Recording Competition: Wayward Sisters, a Baroque ensemble specializing in 17th-century music (www.waywardsisters.com).

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EMA Publishes Fall 2011 Issue of Early Music America magazine

29 Aug 2011

[Seattle, WA]- Early Music America has published the Fall 2011 issue of its quarterly publication, Early Music America magazine. Call 1-888-SACKBUT or email info@earlymusic.org now to request a complimentary copy.

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EMA Publishes Summer 2011 Issue of Early Music America Magazine

8 Jun 2011

[SEATTLE, WA]-Early Music America has published the Summer 2011 issue of its quarterly publication, Early Music America magazine. Call 1-888-SACKBUT or email info@earlymusic.org now to request a complimentary copy.

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EMA Announces Barbara Thornton Scholarship Award Winner

7 Jun 2011

[SEATTLE, WA]—Early Music America, the national service organization for the field of early music, announces Laura Osterlund as the recipient of the Barbara Thornton Memorial Scholarship for 2011.

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Early Music America Announces Scholarship Awards

18 May 2011

(SEATTLE, WA)—Early Music America, the national service organization for the field of early music, announces the ten winners of its 2011 summer workshop scholarships.

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Early Music America Announces Annual Awards

16 May 2011

(SEATTLE, WA)—Early Music America, the national service organization for the field of early music, announces the winners of its 2011 awards recognizing outstanding accomplishments in early music.  These awards will be presented at the EMA Annual Meeting and Awards Ceremony at the Boston Early Music Festival on June 18, 2011 at 4:30 p.m.

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