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Watch Early Music!

Videos listed in no particular order

The Choir of St. Luke in the Fields, directed by David Shuler presents A Sixteenth-Century Roman Christmas, featuring Missa Hodie Christus natus est by G.P. da Palestrina. Debuting on December 10.

ARTEK presents Artemisia: Light and Shadow, streamed live on October 24, 2020.

Polyhymnia's YouTube channel with their "Music in Isolation" series.

Zenith Ensemble presents two new videos made during a residency at Aldworth Manor in Harrisville, NH.

The Renaissance Street Singers will perform socially-distanced in Central Park near West 67th, Sept. 20 at 2:30pm. Watch here

Harold Rosenbaum's Channel featuring the New York Virtuoso Singers and the Canticum Novum Singers

Island Symphony Orchestra videos featuring violinist Rachell Ellen Wong

Quire of Cheahs - Choral music with Phillip Cheah

Blue Hill Bach Festival virtual performances

Cellist Elinor Frey

Gotham Early Music Scene YouTube channel

Midtown Concerts Livestream Archives

Aya Hamada, harpsichordist

House of Time YouTube Channel

Shirley Mirley's Doomsday Baroque Wonderland

Rebecca Pechefsky, harpsichordist, with Quarantine Couperin

John Mark Rozendaal, viols da gamba with Quarantine Consort

Niccolo Seligmann, multi-instrumentalist, with Unboxing Instruments

Home with Rachell - music with violinist Rachell Ellen Wong

Bálint Karosi, organ and harpsichord

Orchestra of St. Luke's Bach at Home Festival

Trinity Church Wall Street on-demand music videos

The Clarion Choir and The Clarion Orchestra

Parker Ramsay, harpist, harpsichordist

Kleine Kammermusik

Choir of The Church of St. Mary the Virgin, NYC

Repast Baroque Ensemble

Margot Rood, Soprano

Kenneth Weiss, harpsichord: Art of Fugue in Confinement

Sarah Stone, cello & viola da gamba: Bach Everyday & Communitea Chamber Music

Augusta McKay Lodge, violin

Georgina and Augusta McKay Lodge

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