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Early Music America is a not-for-profit service organization for the field of historical performance in North America. Founded in 1985, EMA's goal is to expand awareness of, and interest in, the music of the Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, and Classical periods. EMA's members receive a quarterly magazine, bulletins, and benefits including access to reduced-rate insurance, discounts on publications, concerts, and festivals, and eligibility for awards and scholarships.
Early Music Now and the associated Guild for Early Music are dedicated to the enrichment and expansion of musical offerings in Milwaukee and Southeast Wisconsin by presenting historically informed performances, educational programs, artist residencies, master classes and workshops, and pre-concert lectures by recognized artists and ensembles specializing in music before 1800.
2015-2016 season Early Music Now events on: 10/17/2015.
The Festival Music Society was established in 1966 as a not-for-profit organization to enrich, educate and entertain audiences with the music of Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque and early classic eras. FMS concerts feature high quality performers, performing on instruments of the period. FMS was the first organization of its kind formed in Indiana and only the second in the nation at the time of its organization. The FMS sponsors the Indianapolis Early Music Festival every June and July.
SSCM is dedicated to the study and performance of seventeenth-century music and related arts. It publishes a semi-annual newsletter, 17th-Century Music, and an on-line periodical, the Journal of Seventeenth-Century Music.
The purpose of the Society for Eighteenth-Century Music is to promote the study and performance of music of the eighteenth century. The Society provides a forum where scholars and performers can further their knowledge of music, history and interrelated arts of the period and serves as a resource to facilitate and encourage collaboration.
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