Links: ‘Early’ Music, Medieval Evidence, and EUBO

30

April
2010

A few early music links of note.

  • Not everyone knows what Early Music is.
  • 15th-century musical evidence that isn’t what it appears to be.
  • Website of the Week: The European Union Baroque Orchestra (EUBO) is one of the world’s premiere training programs for early musicians interested in orchestral repertoire (2010 marks their 25th anniversary). As usual, the website not only provides comprehensive information on the application and audition process, but also gives a touring schedule, lists the directors on given projects, and the current roster of orchestra musicians.

In case you missed this week’s posts:

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