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The Well-Tempered Musician Series To
Highlight Individual Wellness in 2021
Early Music America recognizes the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the particular hardships faced by the performing arts community, including many EMA members.

Beginning January 2021, EMA will present The Well-Tempered Musician, a wide-ranging series of webinars, meet-ups, conversations, and online resources focused on mental and physical wellness.

Plans are currently underway to offer sessions featuring yoga, Baroque dance, and other movement; culinary experiences, early music trivia nights, webinars with experts in the wellness field, and more.

Details will be available in December 2020.
Renaissance Polyphony Meets Visuals Created By Artificial Intelligence
By Jarrett Hoffman
Aleph Earth blends audio from the vocal quartet New York Polyphony with visuals created by the University of Oregon’s Artificial Intelligence Creative Practice Research Group.

We Need You Next Tuesday!
Take a moment to mark your calendars for EMA’s #GivingTuesday! Help the musicians you normally support when you attend their concerts by making a gift to the EMA Relief Fund on December 1 (or earlier - the fund is open now on the EMA website and on Facebook). A gift of $250 means we can give a much-needed mini grant to one musician.

Help us meet our #GivingTuesday goal to raise $10,000 for early musicians in need.

Save the Date to Give Next Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Applications for our next round of Relief Fund mini grants will open the next day, December 2, with funds released the very same day. #WeAreEarlyMusicGT
Featured Video
EMA Member Margot Rood performs Jonathan Woody's "Chaconne"

Part of Handel + Haydn Society's (EMA Organization Member) Musicians from Home series. Jonathan Woody is a member of EMA's IDEA Taskforce.

Featured videos are chosen by E-Notes editors to highlight a variety of projects by EMA Members.
Upcoming Meetings & Webinars
EMA Member Highlight
The San Diego Early Music Society is a non-profit organization founded to showcase the musical treasures of Europe’s medieval, Renaissance and Baroque periods, as performed on period instruments and in accordance with historical practice. The Society was established in 1981 and has presented concerts in churches, small halls, museums, and homes—settings for which the music was composed.
Learn more about EMA members in the Member Directory. Current EMA members can create and update their own Member Directory profiles.
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News and Press Releases

Expiring Opportunities
  • Portland Baroque Orchestra: Masterclass with Soprano Sherezade Panthaki. Application deadline: November 25, 2020
  • Carmel Bach Festival – Artistic Director and Principal Conductor. Application deadline: November 30, 2020.
Submit your news, press releases, online performances and more for inclusion on the EMA News & Reviews page. Highlights from community submissions are featured in E-Notes Weekly and in upcoming issues EMAg, the Magazine of Early Music America.

View or submit early music releases on the Early Music Recordings page.
Concert & Workshop Highlights: Nov. 24-30, 2020
Concert & Workshop highlights are selected from the available entries in thEMA Member Concert & Workshops calendarCurrent members can add events to the calendar after logging into earlymusicamerica.org.
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