Ellen Hargis, director of the acclaimed Newberry Consort and one of the world’s foremost early music sopranos, talks about her work and life in early music Friday at 11 am, live on Classical 101.
David Munrow was equal parts antiquarian and visionary, an academic who unearthed buried musical treasure in dusty libraries and formed the equivalent of an early music garage band to bring it before the public.
Canadian arts patroness to lend Bernard Greenhouse’s cello to budding Montreal musician; The therapeutic powers of music; Julliard School recently announced a $20 million dollar endowment for Early Music
Morning Round-Up: Have a computer? You, too, can be a composer; How you can live like a diva; And early musicians are no longer being treated as second class citizens.