Performers of music from the Baroque, Renaissance, Medieval and earlier periods; artists, small groups, choirs. Suggestions for sites to be listed are encouraged via the "add URL" label at page top - criticism and comments are very welcome at the "editor" active text at page bottom.
Performances of 17th and 18th century Renaissance music; Viola da Gamba, Harpsichord, Baroque Oboe, Recorder, Baroque Violin. Schedule and contact information.
Performances of Baroque and Rococo music, including anecdotes and commentary by contemporaneous writers; based in Vancouver. Events schedule, contact information.
a group devoted to presenting aspects of medieval life to modern audiences. In its simplest form, three performers offer a range of music from the 13th to 15th centuries. But they are often supplemented by other singers and instrumentalists
Quartet of two violins, viola da gamba, and lute/theorbo/guitar (plus guests). Information about concerts, educational programs and recordings, including MP3 audio clips.
David Bellugi is a performer, recording artist and teacher of the recorder. Links for the recorder and sound files.
Trio (recorder, lute, viola da gamba) playing European Renaissance music.
Two musicians specializing in popular music of Elizabethan England, played on authentic and reconstructed instruments and in period costume.
Basel-based female ensemble researching and performing the repertories of twelfth to fourteenth century Europe, specializing in vocal polyphony for equal voices.
Group performs 17th and 18th century music on authentic instruments; schedule, newsletter, CDs.
The Fretwork site has information on the Consort of Viols, including tours, recordings, reviews, the diary and Fretwork Editions
Historical gothic music ensemble. Includes news, upcoming concert dates, promotional photos, and reviews, plus downloadable sample music, contact details, and information on CD releases.
Texas based Early Music Ensemble performing 13-14th c. Instrumental and vocal works on historical instruments.
Joelle Morton's homepage, detailing the use of historical bowed bass instruments, including the violone, great bass viol, viola da gamba and period double basses of all kinds.
Viking music, partly played on authentic reconstructions of old instruments, has its roots in the ancient Norse songs and sagas.
Rediscover variety of late Medieval music with ensemble La Morra. Concert programs, recordings, and philosophy.
Baroque music society, directed by harpsichordist Geneviève Soly. Information about recordings and upcoming concerts, including their regular performances in Montréal.
Early music performed on period instruments: Includes contact information and concert calendar.
Homepage of the outstanding lute player Luciano Contini and his ensemble. Biography, reviews and audio files.
Nyckelharpa and fiddle soloist, composer and member of the Oni Wytars ensemble and the Katharco Consort.
They provide Southern California with a performing ensemble dedicated to music written in the medieval, Renaissance, Baroque and Classical periods.
An early music performance group in Toledo, Ohio.
Baroque chamber music group based in the Southwest of England, specialising in 16th to 18th century music, and also contemporary music
Group performs baroque chamber music. Biographies, schedule, CDs.
Atlanta's leading early music ensemble on period instruments. Concert schedule, and biographies of artists. Artistic Director: Predrag Gosta
International early music ensemble, 6 centuries of Mediterranean music - more than 15 CD-ROMs on Naxos, Vitaminic, Verlag der Spielleute. [there are pages in English but no direct link]
Baroque ensemble playing recorders, harpsichord and viola da gamba. Information about concerts, audio clips and photos.
Piffaro, Renaissance Band, performs late Medieval and Renaissance music in Philadelphia, the US, Europe, Canada and S. America. Piffaro has recorded several music CDs.
Period instrument orchestra, based in Europe with performances worldwide. Information about orchestra background, artistic director Robert King, CD recordings, and concert schedule.
Medieval and Renaissance music group from Tallinn, Estonia; schedule and contact information; CDs and audio files.
Activities of this concert artist.
Endeavours to show connections between European, Islamic and Jewish music-culture: Includes group information, discography, calendar.
Music and musical instruments of the European Renaissance and Middle Ages, with forays into the music of early California and other periods.
Project in which University of Texas at Austin students work and perform with professionals, allowing students to explore repertoire normally out of their reach. Includes concert schedule, photos, volunteer opportunities, and a mailing list.
Based in Santa Cruz, California, they specialize in performances of rarely heard music from the Renaissance and Early Baroque.
Baroque cellist. Information about the baroque cello, historical way of using gut strings, tips and tricks. Early music information, big link page to resources for research to early music.
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