Org NameCity
Phone NumberWebsiteEmailDescription
Academy of Early MusicAnn ArborMI(734) 228-4338http://www.academyofearlymusic.orginfo@academyofearlymusic.orgThe Academy of Early Music presents a series of six concerts each season, featuring artists and ensemble from around the world who specialize in period performance of music from the Middle Ages to the Classical Era.
Amherst Early Music, Inc.ArlingtonMA(781) 488-3337http://www.amherstearlymusic.orgNot listedAmherst Early Music presents an annual festival featuring two weeks of workshops, the Amherst Baroque Academy, a music & instrument exhibition, weekend conferences, and a concert series featuring internationally-renowned artists. AEM also offers weekend workshops for Columbus, Martin Luther King & Memorial Day
Arizona Early Music SocietyTucsonAZ(520) 721-0846http://www.azearlymusic.orgaems@azearlymusic.orgThe Arizona Early Music Society presents an annual concert series, featuring internationally recognized specialists in historical performance
Ars Musica ChicagoChicagoIL(773) 348-2303http://www.arsmusicachicago.orgNot listedArs Musica Chicago is dedicated to presenting historically informed performances of music works from the Middle Ages through the early Classic Period. Special attention is given to highlighting forgotten treasures of music, and making them meaningful and exciting for modern audiences.
Ars Antigua PresentsEvanstonIL(847) 415-2391 is a series of free, monthly audio webcast programs of music from the Renaissance, Baroque and Classical eras performed on period instruments.
Aston Magna Foundation for Music, Inc.
Great Barrington
MA(413) 528-3595http://astonmagna.orgNot listedAston Magna is dedicated to the performance of 17th, 18th, and early 19th-century music on period instruments. Other activities include the Aston Magna Festival, Music from Aston Magna touring concerts, Early Music Workshops, recordings and publications on cultural history.
Bach Society of CharlestonCharlestonSC(843) 795-7947http://www.bachsocietyofcharleston.orginfo@BachSocietyofCharleston.orgThe Bach Society of Charleston presents an annual festival with aims to enrich the Charleston community through presentation of exceptionally high-quality, historically informed performances of the finest classical music in the repertoire, with special emphasis on oratorio and choral works, world class-visiting artists, the use of period instruments and the sacred and secular music of Johann Sebastian Bach and his contemporaries from the Baroque and Early Classical periods.
Bitterroot Baroque, Inc.HamiltonMT(314) 852-5099http://www.bitterrootbaroque.orgbitterrootbaroque@gmail.comBitterroot Baroque presents exciting concerts in and around the Bitterroot and Missoula, given by dedicated and innovative professional musicians and ensembles from across the country, representing the best in period instrument performance.
Bloomington Early MusicBloomingtonINhttp://www.bloomingtonearlymusic.orgoffice@blemf.orgBloomington Early Music hosts an annual festival each May, in conjunction with the IU Historical Performance Conference. The Festival has become a destination for emerging ensembles in the field of historical performance.
Blue Hill BachBlue HillME(207) 590-2677http://www.bluehillbach.orginfo@bluehillbach.orgThe mission of Blue Hill Bach is to present historically informed performances, recordings, and educational programs that explore vocal and instrumental music of the Baroque, as well as repertoire that demonstrates the place of Baroque music within the span of music history.
Boston Clavichord SocietyWalthamMA(781) 891-0814 listedThe Boston Clavichord Society presents recitals and educational programs, maintains a website and publishes a bulletin, Tangents, which contains scholarly articles, interviews and clavichord-related news
Boston Early Music FestivalCambridgeMA(617) 661-1812http://www.bemf.orgbemf@bemf.orgThe Boston Early Music Festival (BEMF) promotes early music through an annual Concert Series, bringing early music's brightest stars to the Boston concert stage, as well as a biennial week-long Boston Early Music Festival & Exhibition.
Boulder Bach FestivalBoulder CO(720) 507-5052 listedBoulder Bach Festival: presenting imaginative and thought-provoking concert experiences during which the artists explore, sharing the journey with the audience.
Cal PerformancesBerkeleyCA(510) 642-0212http://calperformances.netcalperfs-info@calperformances.orgCal Performances presents several early music ensembles each season.
Carolina Music MuseumGreenvilleSC(864) 520-8807 mission is to celebrate, entertain, and inform audiences of all ages about the rich musical history and traditions of the Carolinas, through historically and culturally significant instruments.
Chamber Music TulsaTulsaOK(918) 587-3802 listedWe invite you to Listen, Engage, and Transform with us during our 65th season of presenting the very best chamber music in Tulsa.
Chatham BaroquePittsburghPA
Connecticut Early Music Society, Inc.New LondonCT(860) 535-9096http://www.ctearlymusic.orgNot listedThe Connecticut Early Music Society is dedicated to performing early music and to educating the public about it. Its primary music undertaking is the Connecticut Early Music Festival, occurring annually on the last three weekends of June.
Early Music Access ProjectHarrisonburgVA(703) 587-0483http://earlymusiccville.orginfo@earlymusiccville.orgEarly Music Access Project is a rotating group of musicians bringing a wide range of early music to Charlottesville and surrounding communities.
Early Music AlbertaEdmontonAL(780) 240-9623www.earlymusicalberta.cominfo@earlymusicalberta.caEarly Music Alberta strives to engage and expose a larger public to music prior to circa 1850, through historically informed performance practices; with performances, recordings, workshops, and through innovative interdisciplinary educational programs, publications, and electronic media.
Early Music at St. JamesLancasterPA(717) 397-4858 Music at Saint James presents concerts of primarily Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque and Classical music informed by historical performance practice and played on faithful reproductions of period instruments.
Early Music HawaiiKailua-KonaHI(808) 960-8848http://earlymusichawaii.cominfo@earlymusichawaii.comEarly Music Hawaii is a nonprofit organization established to promote the performance and enjoyment of Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque music in the Islands, and to explore historical performance practices. It seeks to encourage performers and audiences by publicizing concerts and workshops in Hawai’i and to provide a forum for groups and individuals interested in early music.
Early Music in ColumbusColumbusOH(614) 973-1961http://earlymusicincolumbus.orgNot listedEarly Music in Columbus presents a series of six concerts featuring regional, national, and international artists throughout central Ohio.
Early Music NowMilwaukeeWI(414) 225-3113http://www.earlymusicnow.orginfo@earlymusicnow.orgEarly Music Now is dedicated to the enrichment and expansion of musical offerings in Milwaukee and southeast Wisconsin through the presentation of historically informed performances and educational experiences by recognized artists and ensembles that specialize in music before 1800.
Early Music SeattleSeattleWA(206) 325-7066http://www.earlymusicseattle.orgNot listedEarly Music Seattle is the major presenter of Early Music in the Pacific Northwest. Its International Series bring the most highly regarded early music performer from the world stage to Seattle.
Early Music Society of the IslandsVictoriaBC(250) 882-5058
Based in Victoria, BC, the Early Music Society of the Islands (EMSI) is one of North America’s most active and successful early music specialists.It was founded in 1985 to promote interest in historically-informed performances of music composed before 1800.
Early Music VancouverVancouverBC(604) 732-1610http://earlymusic.bc.camatthew@earlymusic.bc.caEarly Music Vancouver is devoted to the performance and study of music from the Middle Ages through the late Romantic era. This is demonstrated through presenting concerts, providing instruction, hosting lectures, and preserving instruments.
Early Music Voices Concert SeriesCalgaryAL(403) 243-2332http://www.earlymusicvoices.cainfo@earlymusicvoices.caThe Early Music Voices Concert Society presents local and touring artists performing music from the medieval, renaissance and baroque periods
Festival Musique Montréal BaroqueMontrealQC(514) 845-7171 Musique Montreal Baroque presents concerts anchored in the music of the 17th and 18th centuries with creative flare to provoke thought and inspire the imagination.
GEMAS: Gotham Early Music Scene and the Americas Society
New YorkNY
Gotham Early Music SceneNew YorkNY(212) 866-0468 Gotham Early Music Scene, Inc. (GEMS) seeks to promote and enrich public understanding and appreciation of early music in New York City. Among GEMS' initiatives are: production of concert, recordings and other events showcasing New York's early music ensembles, and provision of a variety of administrative, marketing, and financial services.
Henry Purcell Society of BostonBelmontMA(617) 840-3921​The mission of the Henry Purcell Society of Boston is to present historically informed, vibrant performances of the works of Henry Purcell and his contemporaries.
Houston Early MusicHoustonTX
(713) 325-5377x1077
http://www.houstonearlymusic.orginfo@houstonearlymusic.orgHouston Early Music presents historically-informed performances of music from the Medieval through Classical periods by internationally-recognized artists
Indianapolis Early Music FestivalIndianapolisIN(317) 577-9731http://www.iemusic.orginfo@iemusic.orgFounded in 1966, Indianapolis Early Music is America’s oldest continuous presenter of Early Music. Each year it presents artists from North America and Europe in an unusual way that brings the audience and performers together.
Joye in AikenAikenSC(803) 641-3305 in Aiken is a nonprofit organization dedicated to making the best in the performing arts available to our citizens, and especially our students. For eleven years, Joye in Aiken has brought world-class actors, dancers and musicians into our neighborhoods to bring the excitement of learning and the pleasure of artistic discovery to our students.
Keiser Concert Series of St. Paul's SchoolConcordNH(603) 229-4600
Not listedThe Keiser Concert Series provides musical performances at the School on many occasions. Members of the general public are warmly invited to attend any one of the performances listed below; there is no admission charge.
Madison Early Music FestivalMadisonWI(608) 265-5629http://madisonearlymusic.orgmemf@arts.wisc.eduThe Madison Early Music Festival was created to provide an opportunity for musicians, scholars, teachers and early music enthusiasts to gather and exchange information and ideas about Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque music, and to bring acclaimed performers who specialize in early music to the midwest to perform and teach in beautiful, vibrant Madison, Wisconsin.
Miller TheatreNew YorkNY(212) 854-1633http://www.millertheatre.commiller-arts@columbia.eduMiller Theatre is a performance venue at Columbia University which presents concerts and other performances throughout the year.
Mountainside BaroqueCumberlandMD(301) 338-2940
Mountainside Baroque is an early music collective in idyllic Mountain Maryland—just 2 hours from metro DC and Pittsburgh. We’re also a comfortable day drive for our performers who hail from Eastman, Julliard, and other prestigious institutions in the region. (Others come from farther away.) We present an annual series of historically informed concerts, a highly regarded Summer Academy for teens of all ages, and a biennial Summer Early Music Festival in even years.
Music at Dumbarton OaksWashingtonDC
(202) 339-6400 ext. 6436
Music @ St. AlbansDavidsonNC(704) 892-0173musicatstalbansdavidson.orgmusicatsaintalbans@gmail.comOur Sunday afternoon concerts, held in the warm and inviting environment of Davidson's St. Alban's Church, provide our audience members the opportunity to enjoy a wide array of high level chamber music concerts. Our concerts feature musicians from near and far, in classical, jazz, and other genres.
Music Before 1800, Inc.New YorkNY(212) 666-1633http://www.mb1800.orgconcertmanager@mb1800.orgMusic Before 1800 presents a concert series featuring music which spans nine centuries - Past performers include American groups such as Lionheart, Pomerium, Anonymous 4, the resident ensemble, The Choir of Corpus Christi Church (conducted by Louise Basbas), and the best European groups debut concerts.
Musica MatrixAshlandOR(541) 482-9759http://www.musicamatrix.orgNot listedMusica Matrix is dedicated to promoting an understanding of and sharing Renaissance and Medieval Music with youth and our Southern Oregon community through school programs, public concerts and workshops.
Musique du Jour PresentsSeattleWA(206) 458-7454 nearly thirty years Artistic Director George Bozarth and fortepianist Tamara Friedman have been delighting Seattle audiences with chamber-music concerts distinguished by innovative programming and first-rate performances on beautiful historic instruments.
Nashville Early Music FestivalNashvilleTN(615) 429-2927
Pegasus Early MusicRochesterNY(585) 703-3990http://www.pegasusearlymusic.orgNot listedPegasus presents an annual series of concerts by world-class performing artists. Its concerts encompass over 400 years of music – from medieval to romantic – played on period instruments.
San Diego Early Music SocietySan DiegoCA(619) 291-8246​sdems@sdems.orgThe SDEMS presents an annual six concert "International Series" featuring world-renowned artists. Another series, at the San Diego Museum of Art, highlight musicians of Southern California.
San Francisco Early Music SocietyBerkeleyCA(510) 528-1725http://www.sfems.orgdtam@sfems.orgThe San Francisco Early Music Society produces at least six sets of major chamber concerts in three bay area locations and maintain a special commitment to presenting locally-based performers and ensembles along with internationally acclaimed stars.
Smithsonian Chamber Music SocietyWashingtonDC(202) 633-4174
Since 1976, the Smithsonian Chamber Music Society’s exhibitions, concerts, tours, broadcasts, recordings and educational programs have brought the Smithsonian’s priceless collection of musical instruments to life for hundreds of thousands in the Washington area and millions of people all over the world.
Society of Historically Informed PerformanceSomervilleMAhttp://www.sohipboston.orgNot listedThe Society for Historically Informed Performance grew out of the local early music community’s desire for more performance opportunities.
Sonoma BachSanta RosaCA(707) 575-9416http://sonomabach.orginfo@sonomabach.orgSonoma Bach maintains three resident ensembles which present early music concerts to the Sonoma community.
Southern California Early Music SocietyLos AngelesCA(310) 358-5967 earlymusicla.orgSouthern California Early Music Society is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization which supports the study, performance and enjoyment of Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque and Classical music.
Staunton Music FestivalStauntonVA(540) 569-0267 Music Festivals presents concerts featuring world-renowned musical artists each August. Musicians are acclaimed for their knowledge of historical performance traditions (SMF annually presents Baroque, Renaissance, and Medieval programs entirely on period instruments.)SMF's performance collection of historic keyboards is one of the largest on the East Coast
The Frick CollectionNew YorkNY(212) 288-0700http://frick.orginfo@frick.orgThe Frick Collection is an art museum presenting 10 concerts annually in the intimate Music Room, seating 175. Two to three concerts each season feature early music.
Tuesdays Music Live AugustaGA(706) 722-3463www.tuesdaysmusiclive.cominfo@tuesdaysmusiclive.comTuesdays Music Live at St. Paul's Church, Augusta, is America's largest luncheon concert series with annual audiences in excess of 5,000 people. The season features 13 free concerts that begin at noon and conclude at 12:30 p.m. Lunch is served immediately following the concerts in the River Room.
UChicago PresentsChicagoIL(773) 702-8068
chicagopresents@uchicago.eduHoward Mayer Brown International Early Music Series
Valley of the Moon Music FestivalSonomaCA(701) 509-3713
Valley of the Moon Music Festival brings the unique sound of Classical and Romantic chamber music on period instruments to audiences in Sonoma and beyond. They also offer an Apprenticeship Program for up-and-coming chamber musicians.
Washington Early Music FestivalScottsvilleVA(434) 286-9004http://www.earlymusicdc.orgNot listedThe Washington Early Music Festival, based in Washington D.C., promotes early music performance and education. It presents a biennial festival, each year exploring a different culture or theme with an emphasis on a multi-dimensional approach involving music, dance, lecture, and the visual arts.