(US) The Foyer of the Forgotten (radio program)

Contributed by Admin on Jul 02, 2011

“You're most cordially invited to listen to my new radio program, "The Foyer of the Forgotten" on WWFM, 89.1 in the greater Princeton and New York area.

The program is one hour long and introduces the works of composers who have fallen into byroads of musical history and who either need reviving or who are being revived through new CDs and performances. There will be occasional interviews.

(CZ) Call For Papers: 46th Brno International Musicological Colloquium 2011 October (Deadline: 2011 July 31)

Contributed by Admin on Jul 01, 2011

Department of Musicology at the Faculty of Arts, Masaryk Univerisity

Central European Musical Culture between the Thirty Years War and the Congress of Vienna: Forms and changes in musical institutions and performance, 1618-1815

“The time frame of this colloquium is defined by events of European significance in terms of political history. In Central Europe, however, processes lasting for almost two hundred years significantly influenced the formation of different types of socio-cultural environments, as the historian Josef Válka has pointed out in the royal, monastical and urban environments of the Baroque period.

(FR) Agrémens: Concerts and Workshops (2011 October 21-23)

Contributed by Admin on Jul 01, 2011


  • Interpretation of the music of the 17th and 18th centuries the harpsichord and baroque flute
  • Introduction to continuo ... and development ...
  • Chamber music (flute, harpsichord and continuo)
  • Programme to be agreed with the teachers by participants’ level of musicianship

(US) Recently Released: Sfumato (Ron Andrico and Donna Stewart) (2011 June 22)

Contributed by Admin on Jul 01, 2011
“We are very pleased to announce that our new CD, Sfumato, is now available. Pre-ordered copies are already wending their merry way through the postal system and into the hands of our valued patrons. 

(US) Harmonia Mundi: Eighteenth-Century Madrid By Anna Pranger

Contributed by Admin on Jul 01, 2011

“Domenico Scarlatti arrived in Madrid in 1733, following his pupil Maria Barbara there after she married the Spanish prince Ferdinand. The Spanish kingdom had experienced major blows to its position on the European stage in the defeat of their Armada by the English, and king Charles II dying with no heir.

(ES) Festival Internacional de Música de Tecla Española (FIMTE) (International Festival of Spanish Keyboard Music)

Contributed by Admin on Jun 30, 2011 Weblinks Revisited

“Founded in 2000 by Luisa Morales, the International Festival of Spanish Keyboard Music (FIMTE) is now internationally recognised as a leader in the field of Spanish Keyboard Music. Through a wide array of performances, scholarly and educational events, FIMTE has earned its place as a leading presentation venue for scholars and performers of Spanish keyboard music and has secured FIMTE's reputation as one of the most important annual celebrations of Spanish music.  …

(US) Opera Today Review: "Boston Early Music Festival: Niobe, Regina di Tebe" (Author: John Yohalem) (2011 June 20)

Contributed by Admin on Jun 30, 2011
“From a specialty occasion, a meeting of minds and interests and instruments for a week every two years, its classes and performances culminating in the sometimes casual staging of a forgotten opera from an obscure corner of the repertory, cast with singers soon to become Early Music A-listers (Suzie LeBlanc, Karina Gauvin), …

(US) Recently Published: Early Music America (EMA) Summer 2011 Issue of Early Music America Magazine

Contributed by Admin on Jun 30, 2011

In this issue:

  • BEMF 2011: Celebrating 30 Years with Metamorphoses
  • Contextual Improvisation, or Why Swat Flies with a Frisbee?
  • Starting Them Early in Seattle
  • Profile: Robert Mealy and the Yale Baroque Ensemble by Craig Zeichner
  • The Rebirth of the Angular Harp by Bo Lawergren
  • In Conclusion: Playing a game of HIP Jeopardy! by Mark Kroll
  • Plus Recording Reviews, Book Reviews, and Sound Bytes (news from the field)”

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