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EMA News


EMA's Baroque Performance Competition
Congratulations to all five ensembles who performed at EMA's Fall 2014 Baroque Performance Competition October 11 in Chicago. Click for more info about the ensembles and award recipients

EMA Seeks Members for Youth Advisory Board
The 7-member Youth Advisory Board aims to give the next generation of early music performers a voice in EMA's present and future endeavors by creating projects and initiatives, serving as a liaison to the Early Music America Board and advising the board on issues and projects of EMA. Click for more information.

Photos from the 2014 YPF!
Check out pictures from this year's Young Performers Festival which took place in Berkeley, CA in early June 2014.

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Listen Now! to early music by EMA members

TitleComposerPerformer/EnsembleLengthPlayDownload
Trio from Clori, Tirsi e FilenoHandel, G.F.Melissa Givens, soprano;Sonja Bruzauskas, mezzo; Gerrod Pagenkopf, Matthew Dirst, conductor3:35
Tristis est anima mea from Tenebrae Lessons 1611Gesualdo, CarloCrescendo Vocal Ensemble, Rodrigo Tarraza-EWI, Christine Gevert-Conductor5:16
Ave Verum CorpusWilliam ByrdLexington Bach Choir5:14
Prelude (unedited rehearsal take)Philip RosseterTimothy Burris0:43
Fortune [My Foe]Richard SumarteDr. Phillip W. Serna2:29

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Vol. 20, No. 4; Winter 2014

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In this issue: The Qualities of a Magician: Remembering Frans Brueggen by Scott-Martin Kosofsky ...... and more.

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