News About EMA

EMA Presents 3rd Medieval/Renaissance Music Competition

15 Sep 2009
(SEATTLE, WA) Early Music America, with the generous support of a private donor, will sponsor the third EMA Medieval/Renaissance Performance Competition on Oct.

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EMA Publishes Fall 2009 Issue of Early Music America magazine

25 Aug 2009
(SEATTLE, WA) Early Music America has published the Fall 2009 issue of its quarterly publication, Early Music America magazine.  Call 1-888-SACKBUT or email info@earlymusic.org now to request a complimentary copy.

NOTABLE IN THIS ISSUE:

Dido & Aeneas: Purcell’s English Opera on Disc

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EMA Announces Finalists in 3rd Medieval/Renaissance Music Competition

8 Jul 2009
(SEATTLE, WA)  Early Music America (EMA) announces the four finalists in its third Medieval/Renaissance music competition for North American artists. The finalists will compete in a live concert at Corpus Christi Church, 529 W. 121st St. in New York City at 7:30 pm on October 7, 2009.

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Early Music America Presents Workshops, Seminars and Concerts at the Boston Early Music Festival

22 Jun 2009

(SEATTLE)-Early Music America offered a number of events in conjunction with the Boston Early Music Festival.  The Boston Early Music Festival is one of the largest and most prestigious early music festivals in the world featuring a multitude of concerts and workshops as well as hosting its bi-annual exhibition.

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Early Music America Announces Annual Awards

1 Jun 2009
(SEATTLE, WA) Early Music America, the national service organization for the field of early music, announces the winners of its 2009 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 12, 2009 at 3:15 p.m.

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EMA Publishes Summer 2009 Issue of Early Music America magazine

28 May 2009
(SEATTLE, WA) Early Music America has published the Summer 2009 issue of its quarterly publication, Early Music America magazine.  Call 1-888-SACKBUT or email info@earlymusic.org now to request a complimentary copy.

NOTABLE IN THIS ISSUE:

Harry Christophers: New Ideas for Handel and Haydn

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Early Music America Announces 2009 Scholarship Awards

22 May 2009
(SEATTLE, WA) Early Music America, the national service organization for the field of early music, announces the winners of its 2009 scholarships.

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Early Music America at the Boston Early Music Festival

5 May 2009
(SEATTLE, WA) Early Music America will offer a number of events in conjunction with the Boston Early Music Festival.  The Boston Early Music Festival (June 6-14, 2009) is one of the largest and most prestigious early music festivals in the world; for more information see www.bemf.org.  Here is the schedule of events to be presented by EMA in Boston:

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Professional Tourings Arts Roster Applications Now Being Accepted

4 May 2009
(SEATTLE, WA) Early Music America has received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts to help us expand professional member services through the creation of a Professional Touring Artists Roster of early music ensembles.  This roster will be printed as a published catalog and distributed to about 5,000 presenters in the US and Canada; it will also be available online (on the EMA web sit

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