American Classical Orchestra - "Music as the masters heard it"
Clarion Music Society - New York's first period-instrument orchestra
Early Music New York - the venerable ensemble under the direction of Frederick Renz
Grand Tour Orchestra - A period-instrument orchestra who plays "with an involved enthusiasm"
New York Baroque Incorporated - A conductorless orchestra of young players on period instruments, bringing vital, informed, and fresh performances of a wide range of 17th and 18th-century repertoire, and creating a vibrant landscape for collaborations between historical performance and living composers.
New York Collegium - One of North American's very finest baroque bands
REBEL - Baroque chamber orchestra known for their virtuosic, highly expressive and provocative approach
Sinfonia New York - New York's newest period instrument orchestra under the direction of John Scott
dell'Arte Opera - Nurturing singers and attracting new opera lovers
Gotham Chamber Opera - "Where opera gets intimate"
Opera Feroce - "Opera that bites" — a miniature Baroque opera company
operamission - Bringing the art from the composer to the audience
Opera Omnia - innovative Baroque opera
Abendmusik - a 17th century string ensemble
Aula Harmoniae - Music of the baroque for Flauto traverso, harpsichord, and viola da gamba.
BREVE - Medieval, Renaissance, & Baroque Music on Period Instruments
Brooklyn Baroque - Chamber music of Bach and his contemporaries
Bradley Brookshire - American harpsichordist
The Colonials - A mixed-period chamber ensemble devoted to transforming your concert experience
Concert Royal - Founded in 1974 and performing the music of the 17th and 18th centuries exclusively on original instruments.
Concitato – Baroque chamber ensemble
Continuo Players - Baroque duo using baroque bassoon, viola da gamba & recorders
Diderot String Quartet - A fresh, rhetorical voice to repertoire of the 18th and 19th centuries
Duo Appassionata - Presenting literature for two organs, two harpsichords, and fortepiano duo.
East of the River - Medieval and world music ensemble
Empire Viols - Music for two viols & harpsichord
Ensemble Leonarda - Baroque flutes, viola da gamba & harpsichord
Flying Forms - "A presence that transforms communities and inspires expression through excellence in performance, innovative education, and creative collaboration"
The Four Nations Ensemble - Founded in 1986, the ensemble brings together soloists who are leading exponents of period instrument and vocal performance to present music from the Renaissance through the Viennese Classical masterpieces of Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven.
Grand Harmonie - A core group of wind players as both a chamber ensemble and the backbone of an orchestra
Grenser Trio - Clarinet trio on historical instruments
Gretchen's Muse - Presenting a full and nuanced picture of the music of the 18th century, which saw the transition between what we know now as the Baroque and Classical styles.
Guido's Ear – Double violin ensemble specializing in repertoire of the late Renaissance and early Baroque
House of Time - Music of the Baroque era played on period instruments including violin and oboe.
La Mela di Newton - Baroque trio
Les Délices - Music of the French Baroque
LeStrange Viols - Bringing together six top American viol players committed to crafting musical experiences full of vigor, passion, and technical prowess.
Listening to History 'Galileo's Muse' - A combination concert and lecture exploring the relationship between the scientist Galileo Galilei and the music of late Renaissance Italy.
The McDonald-Bianculli Flute and Guitar Duo - Early music on flute and guitar
Daphna Mor - Virtuosic recorder player
Mozartean Players - Piano trio with repertoire from Haydn through Schumann
New Amsterdam Recorder Trio - Three recorder virtuosi performing music from all ages
New York Consort of Viols - Viol music of the renaissance and baroque eras
Nina Stern - One of North America's leading performers of recorder and classical clarinet
Parthenia - "A glowing group of viol players that is one of the brightest lights in New York's early music scene"
Lionel Party - Harpsichordist
Quicksilver - Described as “drop dead gorgeous with a wonderful interplay of timbres,” (Early Music America) and praised for “impeccable, soulful playing” (New York Times), Quicksilver vibrantly explores the rich chamber music repertoire of the early modern period.
Repast - "Vital performances" and "robust" playing of baroque chamber music
Ridotto - Chamber concerts "with a touch of theatre"
The Sebastians - Adynamic and vital musical ensemble specializing in music of the baroque and classical eras.
Sonnambula - Viol consort performing repertoire for large ensembles of viols
Traverse Music - Early music for flute and other wind instruments
Trio Coprario - Music for violin, bass viol, and keyboards from the 17th and 18th centuries.
Amy Bartram - Soprano and early music specialist
Anonymous 4 - Unearthy vocal blend and virtuosic ensemble singing
Blue Heron - Vocal ensemble combining a commitment to vivid live performance with the study of original source materials and historical performance practice.
Charites - Vocal trio committed to the works of early female composers and poets
Ruth Cunningham - Soprano and sound healing practitioner
Jessica Gould - Soprano performing repertoire from the Renaissance to the present day
Jolle Greenleaf - Leading soprano specialist in repertoire from the 17th & 18th centuries
Lionheart - "Smoothly blended" vocal chamber music with an "impeccably balanced sound"
Machicoti - Medieval vocal trio
Musica Viva - Chamber choir performing early and new music.
New York Polyphony - Four men fusing elegant vocalism with expert ensemble singing
Polyhymnia - A small ensemble of singers and instrumentalists
Pomerium - A cappella music of the renaissance
Prometheus - Baroque vocal chamber ensemble
Tiffany Consort - "One of New York City's most distinguished vocal ensembles"
The Trinity Choir - One of the country's pre-eminent vocal ensembles
The Western Wind - Since 1969, the internationally acclaimed vocal sextet has devoted itself to the special beauty and variety of a cappella music.
ALBA - Dedicated to the ancient music of the Mediterranean on period instruments.
Anima - Four musicians passionately revealing the soul of the Baroque repertoire
ARTEK - Semi-staged performances of early works
Asteria - Medieval duo performing timeless love songs of wide appeal
Bach Vespers at Holy Trinity - Bach's Cantatas and other great works in worship
BaroQue Across the River - Chamber music in historic settings
Callisto Ascending - Soaring sopranos and solid continuo
Concordian Dawn - Three-voice male vocal ensemble specializing in both early and new music.
Dorian Baroque - Orchestral, chamber and vocal music ranging from the early baroque period to the present.
Duo Marchand - Renaissance music for lute, voice & harp
Early Music New York - Performance of historically informed repertoire from the Middle Ages to the Classical Era
Galileo's Daughters - "A period music ensemble that creates with each performance a visceral as well as intellectual link to the past"
Infiore - Cornetto, harp & voice performing inventive arrangements of medieval and baroque repertoire
Morrongiello & Young - Renaissance lute song
Musica Nuova - Brings new perspectives to Baroque music by heightening the dramatic qualities intrinsic to the repertoire through staging and storytelling.
My Lord Chamberlain's Consort - Elizabethan consort
New Vintage Baroque - A vocal-instrumental ensemble that explores the intersection of music, song, and story.
Sequentia - Ensemble for medieval music
SIREN Baroque - All-female Baroque ensemble
The Soul's Delight - Exploring the broad spectrum of music of the 17th and 18th century with its various combinations of instruments and voices.
Spiritus Collective - "A perfect blend of brass, strings, and voices"
TENET - One of New York’s preeminent vocal ensembles, presenting a cappella and accompanied works.
Trefoil - A trio of singer-instrumentalists
Well-Tuned Words - Voice and lute duo
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