All concerts are at 7:30 pm, mostly on Thursdays.  Student tickets are $5 per concert.
Season Tickets: $125

October 10: Heinavanker, a vocal sextet, returns to perform Estonian medieval chants at St. James Episcopal Church. ($20)

Monday, October 21:  Good Pennyworths offers a program of renaissance songs entitled "Love is but a Jest: Songs for Fools and Lovers."  This quartet features singers with lute and harp.  At Woodworth Chapel, Tougaloo College.  Freewill donation.  All welcome!  (Note:  This group is a last-minute addition to our series.  They were going to appear at another location, but they cancelled out at the last minute.  We're happy to provide this opportunity for them and for us.  We have never sponsored a program like this, and it should be FUN!)

November 7: Fretwork, the English vola da gamba consort with lutenist Elizabeth Kenny, celebrates the 450th birthday of John Dowland at St. Philip's Episcopal Church ($25)

Friday, November 22: David Yearsley performs music from the Dresden organ contests in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries on the organ at St. Peter’s Catholic Church.  In collaboration with the American Guild of Organists. Guaranteed: you probably haven't heard of the composers of most of these masterpieces.  ($15)

January 30: John Paul and Taylis Fernandez perform Beethoven cello sonatas at St. Andrew’s Cathedral ($20)

March 13: Stile Antico, famous English choral ensemble, without conductor, performs 17th and 18th century choral masterpieces at St. Philip’s Episcopal Church ($30)

April 24:  Ben Bagby performs the first part of Beowulf, accompanying himself on the medieval harp. At Woodworth Chapel, Tougaloo College. ($25)

 New Date!!May 1:  Shawn Leopard gives us her first solo performance on the harpsichord at St. Andrew’s in a program of Bach, his sons and others at St. Andrew's Episcopal Cathedral ($15)

Mississippi Academy of Ancient Music
103 Magnolia Street
Edwards, MS 39066

 

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