21 March 2022 – Then and Now: The Changing Face of Historical Performance
To mark European Early Music Day, Cambridge Early Music organised a participatory discussion.
- the marketing and programming of early music
- the interaction of scholarship and performance
- early music in the age of streaming
- the educational and amateur early music scene
Laurence Cummings (MD Academy of Ancient Music and London Handel Festival)
Sally Dunkley (singer, scholar and music editor)
Alan Howard (current editor of Early Music)
Nicholas Kenyon (formerly BBC Radio 3 and the Barbican; former editor of the journal Early Music)
Sarah Latto (Co-Artistic Director and Conductor of Echo Ensemble)
21 March 2021: Early Music Day with Judy Tarling
Our upper strings Tutor of the Baroque Summer School, Judy Tarling, talks about how regularity and rhythmic patterns work in music and the various effects which rhythms can have on our emotions.
23 February 2021: Handel’s legacy by Tatty Theo
To celebrate the composer George Frideric Handel’s birthday, Tatty Theo, cellist and Director of The Brook Street Band explores aspects of Handel’s fame and lasting legacy.