Tickets for each performance can be obtained at the concert or by sending a check to the address below at least five days prior to the concert. Season Tickets are available for $150 and may be purchased via mail or at any MAAM event. Student tickets are $5 at the door.
For more information contact Richard McGinnis at:
email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or
mail to: Mississippi Academy of Ancient Music,
103 Magnolia Street, Edwards, MS 39066.
John Paul is a major figure in early music for Mississippi, A dstinguished organist, harpsichordist and choir director, he returns to Jackson to perform a concert of musiic of
J. S. Bach. Shawn Leopard will be performing with him
Tickets $20 by mail or at the door
This seven member Estonian choral ensemble returns to Jackson to present a program of renaissance sacred choral music. The program centers around Hildegard von Bingen, a renaissance abbess and philosopher, and Johannes Ockeghem (d. 1497) the leading figure of music in his time, as well as contemporaries of each.
Tickets $35 at the door, students $5
Hear Les Délices (pronounced Lay day-lease), an American ensemble, as they explore the dramatic potential and emotional resonance of long-forgotten music. Founded by baroque oboist Debra Nagy in 2009, Les Délices has established a reputation for their unique programs that are “thematically concise, Early Music Discoveries of 2009”. At Provine Chapel of Mississippi College, alsoknown as "Jane Pittman Williams Recital Hall"
Tickets: $35 students: $5
The master violinist of the Mississippi Symohony leads a string ensemble from Jackson. The concert will be in the acoustically amazing Old Capitol Building in Jackson. Details later.
Tickets $25 Students $5
The Tallis Scholars are an English choral ensemble, returning to Jackson after several years away. One of the world's finest groups, we welcome them back with heightened enthusiam. Do not miss them!!!
Tickets $45 Students $5
Max Garriott leads local enthusiasts performing favorite selections of secular vocal and instrumental music by 17th century English master Henry Purcell and other artists of the time. Purcell manuscripts will be on display, courtesy of Dr. Keith Robbins.
Tickets $10 by mail or at the door.