Knights, peasants, crusades, chants, and saints—this week on Harmonia, we’ll explore aspects of medieval European history.
Music from the 2015 GRAMMY nominees for Best Opera, Best Classical, Classical Producer of the Year, and more. And it's not about who wins or loses...
We have concert performances from Seattle Historical Arts for Kids and McGill University, plus a featured recording devoted to the music of Heinrich Laufenberg.
We’ll hear from Oberlin Baroque and a renaissance wind band from Indiana University, plus, a recording of world premieres from gambist Julianne Laake!
We’re showcasing a new generation of early music performers in part one of a 3-part series of episodes of music from Early Music America's 2015 YPF!
Occasionally we like to ask people in the field of early music: "What are you listening to?" This hour, we’re focusing on multi-instrumentalist Shira Kammen!
We’re paying tribute to “Margriet” Tindemans, an early music pioneer and “ferociously talented” medieval fiddle player who passed away December 31, 2014.
In response to listener concerns regarding the Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act, Harmonia shares the following statement.
We’ll hear villancicos, motets and so much more—all marking some part of the story of Christmas.
This conference features newly edited and previously unpublished works of Renaissance choral music, to be held in San Francisco on April 10, 2010.