Kuijken talks about his role as artistic director of Indy Baroque and his approach to music making. He also shares memories of Gustav Leonhardt.
I sat down with Jacques earlier this spring to discuss his latest projects and some of his favorite recordings.
Let’s take a quick look back in time…to the painting Allegory of Spring by 17th-century Polish painter and engraver Jerzy Siemiginowski.
Recording of a little-known opera that was very successful in its own time.
Read our interview with Judith Linsenberg and Elizabeth Blumenstock of the ensemble Musica Pacifica.
Music for the chalumeau. Plus, chant from the early Maronite Christian tradition, and a featured release from the Gregorian Ensemble of Notre Dame de Paris.
We asked our listening audience to tell us their favorite pieces of early music.
This week, a turbulent relationship with an Italian institution.
This week, necessity is the mother of a new vocal genre.
A composer makes a bad political move and almost makes off with some musical gems!