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The Academy of Ancient Music (AAM)
Period instrument ensemble based in Cambridge. News, history, biographies, discography, concert and touring schedules and ticket information.
An early music consort, including information about the kind of music sung and where they perform. Includes FAQ, venues and dates. [Derbyshire]
A group devoted to presenting aspects of medieval life to modern audiences, offering a range of music from the 13th to 15th centuries. Includes profiles, diary and programme details.
Ex Cathedra Chamber Choir
Season programme and other information for the early music choral ensemble. [Birmingham]
A viol consort offer their profiles, concert and tour dates, recordings, and reviews.
Gabrieli Consort and Players
Early music ensemble, specialised in sacred music involving instrumentalists and vocalists. Performances, about and contact.
His Majestys Sagbutts and Cornetts
Early music wind instrument ensemble based in London. Includes biographies, repertoire, concert programmes and samples from recordings.
Present costumed 18th century performances with popular music, poetry and readings. News of performances and activities.
Leeds Baroque Choir and Orchestra
Period-instrument orchestra specialising in baroque repertoire: includes their concert dates and history.
The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment
A period instrument orchestra playing baroque, classical and early romantic music on original instruments. Principal guest conductors are Sir Simon Rattle and Frans Brüggen. Concert details and discography.
The Orlando Consort
Performing period repertoire from 1050 to 1500. Includes biographies, information about their repertoire and recordings, news and concert dates.
Group specialising in dance music and ballads of the 16th and 17th centuries. Information about performances, books and recordings.
Period instrument orchestra; includes orchestra profile, concert and recording calendar, online sales for their CDs, and information on sponsors and friends programme.
The York Waits
Take their name from the ancient city band of York, reviving their music on traditional instruments; information on their repertoire, performances, recordings and publications.
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