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(US) Roving Reviewer: Chopin et Son Temps à Lausanne by Christopher Greenleaf (The Boston Musical Intelligencer)(2010 September 19)

Contributed by Admin on Jan 28, 2011
Some few years back, Suisse-Romande pianist Pierre Goy set about crafting an international setting for a spirited exchange of ideas, informed opinions, and in-depth information touching on music for and with keyboards. Each even year since 2002, his Rencontres harmoniques have conferred total immersion in the theme at hand on performers, professionals in the field, and a growing public.

(US) Early Music Scholars Competition (EMSC) -- Chalice Consort

Contributed by Admin on Jan 27, 2011
We are on the hunt for missing "pieces" of early music history in alignment with our mission. Chalice is calling for submissions for the 2011 Early Music Scholars Competition (EMSC).


(NL) Simon Polak - Words on the The Ehrenfeld Early Flute Collection

Contributed by Admin on Jan 23, 2011
The Beukers, Tassi, Wijne, Kirst and Haka originals all are found in the Ehrenfeld collection, therefore some information about this collection and my relation with it here!


(US) AMS (American Musicological Society) 2010 Awards

Contributed by Admin on Jan 21, 2011
Awards presented at the Indianapolis Annual Meeting (Fall 2010) of the AMS (American Musicological Society). 

(US) Philip Brett Award 2010

Contributed by Admin on Jan 21, 2011
The 2010 winner of the Philip Brett Award is Roger Freitas for his book,“Portrait of a Castrato: Politics, Patronage, and Music in the Life of Atto Melani” (Cambridge University Press, 2009).


(CH) Arounder Website -- 360 degree View of Your Destination

Contributed by Admin on Jan 20, 2011
AROUNDER gives travelers a vivid sense of what a city has to offer: historical cathedrals and works of art, museums featuring famous artists, local cafes and stores, breathtaking mountain-top views, quiet parks and gardens. Each issue contains a series of interesting panoramas giving you a full immersive view of the cities.


(US) Arcimboldo's Feast for the Eyes -- Smithsonian Magazine

Contributed by Admin on Jan 08, 2011

(Although not directly music related, this article may be of interest to some -- ed.)

The job of a renaissance court portraitist was to produce likenesses of his sovereigns to display at the palace and give to foreign dignitaries or prospective brides.


(UK) Ten Years of Handel House

Contributed by Admin on Jan 06, 2011
We are thrilled that 2011 sees the tenth anniversary of the Handel House Museum and to celebrate the history of the house, the main exhibition in 2011 will focus on the building itself, its occupants and the developments it has seen over the centuries.
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