The philosophical, scholarly, and creative thinkers of the 17th and 18th-century period we call the Enlightenment looked back to the Ancients to inspire their forward-looking science and art.
The first of a three-part series featuring music that Bach wrote for the violin.
Join Wendy and Janelle as they listen to two new recordings of French harpsichord music.
Music for harpsichord and organ by one of the German baroque's most prominent composers before J.S. Bach.
A look at three settings of the Venus and Adonis story by composers Henry Desmarest, John Blow, and Tomás de Torrejón y Velasco.
The Harmonia Traditions Series explores music for Holy Week and Easter Sunday. Plus, a new release by Rinaldo Alessandrini's Concerto Italiano.
Music performed by a host of artists and ensembles, including Ex Cathedra, Nachtmusique, Huelgas Ensemble, Les Talens Lyrique, Doulce Memoire, and many others.
This week we explore music created in honor of Arcangelo Corelli. We’ll also review a new release of Handel’s opera Semele.