Open your mind—as well as your ears—as we listen to music from the distant past alongside related music by living composers.
Music from 18th-century Scotland performed by Concerto Caledonia.
We're exploring early music exchanges between Japan and Europe in the 16th and 17th centuries. Plus we’ll hear music of the cornetto and Bach Collegium Japan.
Two new recordings of bassoon concertos by Antonio Vivaldi.
Music of Robert de Visée performed on a guitar made by Antonio Stradivari in 1679, and on a lute made by Lorenz Greiff in 1610.
Harmonia's Wendy Gillespie sits down in the studio for a conversation with early music performer, Julia Wedman.
Two Gregorian Masses from the Thomas Gradual St. Thomas Church, Leipzig, c. 1300
It's music "fit for a king," as powerful rulers do double-duty as composers. We’ll hear music composed by Frederick the Great, Alfonso X, Thibaut I, and more.
Later than we normally go...HIP performances of music by nineteenth-century composers.
Let’s take a quick look back in time to the “Greene Countrie Towne” of Philadelphia.