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The earliest music ever heard on an Early Music Now concert came around on Saturday evening with Tibetan chants dating back more than 2,000 years. Read more

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As demonstrated by Early Music Now’s “The Mystical Arts of Tibet,” the definition of early music encompasses the whole world. Read more

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Early Music Now brought the British ensemble Red Priest to liven up Milwaukee with Gypsy-inspired music. Read more

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The beautiful voices of Early Music Now’s a cappella singers rang through St. Joseph’s Chapel during their Christmas Concert. Read more

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Early Music Now bring Estonian vocal ensemble Heinavanker to Milwaukee, and Racine Theatre Guild presents the inspiring play, Lombardi. Read more

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Milwaukee Rep’s Frances White unveils the new Stackner Cabaret, Startup Milwaukee Week, an interview with Direct Hit's Nick Woods and more. Read more

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This week, we preview an all-Bach concert by Great Lakes Baroque, as well as theatrical productions of The Madwoman of Chaillot (by Off the Wall) and Fortuna the Timebender vs. the Schoolgirls of Doom (by Milwaukee Metro Voices). Read more

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Kenilworth's upcoming Open House, an explainer on Business Improvement Districts and what they mean for the city, Milwaukee's growth as a concert destination and more. Read more

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Upcoming concerts this week include Canada’s Ensemble Caprice, Milwaukee Musaik, Master Singers of Milwaukee and Shen Yun. Read more

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This week, the visiting Flanders Recorder Quartet gives a concert in Milwaukee for the last time; its members are wrapping up 30 years of live performances, which have taken them around the world, this season. Read more

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Early Music Now showed that there is more to Christmas music than “Silent Night” and “Jingle Bells” as the Boston Camerata collaborated with the SHARQ Arabic Music Ensemble for “A Mediterranean Christmas.” Read more

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Local theatrical productions this week are headlined by Thornton Wilder’s The Skin of Our Teeth by First Stage Young Company and Arsenic and Old Lace by Dale Gutzman’s Off the Wall Theatre. Read more

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The Shepherd Express presents its Holiday Arts Guide 2017, a compilation of holiday-themed music and theater performances for the season. Read more

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Early Music Now hosted French ensemble Le Poème Harmonique in a varied and revelatory concert of Spanish music that made its way into France—influencing generations of the latter’s infatuation with all things south of the border. Read more

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Local theatrical productions this week are headlined by Holmes and Watson and Murder for Two—both by the Milwaukee Repertory Theater—and lively dance music from Spain comes to the city thanks to Early Music Now. Read more

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Early Music Now observed this October’s 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation with a concert Saturday evening; their guest artists: Dutch male vocal ensemble Cappella Pratensis. Read more

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Sex with Strangers? Reformation-era music? A cat’s personal biography? All that and more on Milwaukee stages this week! Read more

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Charles Q. Sullivan, artistic and music director of Early Music Now for the past 16 years, retires; but he will still be an active member of the musical arts community in Milwaukee for some time to come as a performer and conductor. Read more

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A collaboration between Present Music and the Milwaukee Public Museum headlines a week that features concerts by Early Music Now and Frank Pahl, dramatic and comedic plays and musicals produced by Outskirts Theatre, Luminous Theatre, Sunset... Read more

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In a March 18 concert that, per Early Music Now’s Executive and Artistic Director Charles Q. Sullivan, “blows off the pretentions of Baroque music to demonstrate, instead, the origins and fresh appeal of music from the Appalachian hills, x9... Read more

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Early Music Now’s 30th anniversary season begins Saturday,Oct. 8, and explores a full range of Medieval, Renaissance, and early Baroquemusic performed by world-class international early music specialists inlandmark Milwaukee venues.Fre.. Read more

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