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  • Sat, Dec 28 at 8pm - ARTEK
    MONTEVERDI: MASS FOR THE VIRGINFestive Venetian Christmas Mass Saturday, December 28 at 8 pmPre-concert talk at 7 pm: Dr. Jeffrey Kurtzman Church of St. Mary the Virgin145 West 46th Street (Between 6th and 7th Avenues)ManhattanMore magnificent Mont...
    Sat, Jan 4 at 8pm - Alana Youssefian & Adam Cockerham
    Baroque Underground: Rare Treasures for Baroque Violin and Theorbo Alana Youssefian, violinAdam Cockerham, theorbo Come experience lesser known works of the baroque era’s most beloved composers with the dynamic duo of Alana Youssefian and Adam Co...
    Sun, Jan 5 at 3pm - A Tribute to Ed Brewer
      Bach|Brewer All the Harpsichord You Can Stand! An extravaganza featuring four harpsichords revealing Bach’s genius for dramatic painting in sound.Arthur Haas, Dongsok Shin, Avi Stein, and Gwendolyn Toth, harpsichords Poignant examples ...

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  • Tickets for sale!
      Tickets are now for sale on our website for the following concerts/series: Abendmusik 2019-2020 Season Alana Youssefian & Adam Cockerham, January 4, 2020 ARTEK 2019-2020 Season Baroquelyn 2019-2020 Season Parthenia 2019-2020 Season ...
    Music Libraries for Sale
      We have two libraries from Lucy Cross and Celine Karraker and are making them available to the general public as a benefit for GEMS. As we've been going through some of the materials, we have come across a number of interesting memorabilia, ...

GEMS is a non-profit corporation that supports and promotes the artists and organizations in New York devoted to early music— the music of the Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, and early Classical periods.