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31st Anniversary Begins with a 500 Year Anniversary
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31st Anniversary Begins with a 500 Year Anniversary

The Netherlands-based Cappella Pratensis celebrates the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation.

Early Music Now Announces New Executive and Artistic Director
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Early Music Now Announces New Executive and Artistic Director

Early Music Now has appointed Charles G. Grosz as its new Executive and Artistic Director.

30th Anniversary Concludes with Music, Mystery, and Intrigue
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30th Anniversary Concludes with Music, Mystery, and Intrigue

Winners of National Baroque Performance Competition in their Milwaukee debut.

Early Music Now Explores Music of the Appalachian Hills
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Early Music Now Explores Music of the Appalachian Hills

Milwaukee debut of Cleveland’s “Apollo’s Fire” promises toe-tapping tunes

Early Music Now Hosts U.S. Debut of Ars Longa de La Habana
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Early Music Now Hosts U.S. Debut of Ars Longa de La Habana

Milwaukee residency is the fulfillment of a dream for this renowned Cuban ensemble

Early Music Now 30th Anniversary Includes Three Debut Performances
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Early Music Now 30th Anniversary Includes Three Debut Performances

Music from Appalachia and the Colonial Americas, and a Baroque murder mystery

The Music is Great, the Sponsor is Extraordinary
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The Music is Great, the Sponsor is Extraordinary

A period instrument performance of music for string quartet and clarinet.

An Early Music Christmas – Two Performances
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An Early Music Christmas – Two Performances

The miracle of new life in the dark of night.

Early Music Now Celebrates With French Ensemble
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Early Music Now Celebrates With French Ensemble

It all started over a sandwich – 30 years ago.

30th Anniversary Season Continues Exploration Across Borders, Across Time
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30th Anniversary Season Continues Exploration Across Borders, Across Time

Music spanning 15 centuries – including a premiere, and the U.S. debut of a Cuban ensemble