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Early Music Today

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After a tumultuous twenty years, musical mavericks Red Priest speak to EMT about roaring into their third decade in a riot of colour and virtuosity; a new festival devoted to baroque opera launches in Israel; and Vox Luminis discuss the importance of their international line-up.

Plus, the basics of the fortepiano; De Profundis and David Skinner record the music of Victoria’s teacher, Bernardino de Ribera; EMT’s pick of the best autumn festivals from across the UK and overseas; Will Russell introduces Spiritato!’s Guts and Glory project; Lucie Skeaping’s Early Music Show examines some unusual musical figures; and the legacy of Paul Steinitz, founder of the London Bach Society.
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Early Music Today

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After a tumultuous twenty years, musical mavericks Red Priest speak to EMT about roaring into their third decade in a riot of colour and virtuosity; a new festival devoted to baroque opera launches in Israel; and Vox Luminis discuss the importance of their international line-up.

Plus, the basics of the fortepiano; De Profundis and David Skinner record the music of Victoria’s teacher, Bernardino de Ribera; EMT’s pick of the best autumn festivals from across the UK and overseas; Will Russell introduces Spiritato!’s Guts and Glory project; Lucie Skeaping’s Early Music Show examines some unusual musical figures; and the legacy of Paul Steinitz, founder of the London Bach Society.
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After a tumultuous twenty years, musical mavericks Red Priest speak to EMT about roaring into their third decade in a riot of colour and virtuosity; a new festival devoted to baroque opera launches in Israel; and Vox Luminis discuss the importance of their international line-up.

Plus, the basics of the fortepiano; De Profundis and David Skinner record the music of Victoria’s teacher, Bernardino de Ribera; EMT’s pick of the best autumn festivals from across the UK and overseas; Will Russell introduces Spiritato!’s Guts and Glory project; Lucie Skeaping’s Early Music Show examines some unusual musical figures; and the legacy of Paul Steinitz, founder of the London Bach Society.

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Early Music Today is the UK’s leading magazine devoted to performers and enthusiasts of early music.

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After a tumultuous twenty years, musical mavericks Red Priest speak to EMT about roaring into their third decade in a riot of colour and virtuosity; a new festival devoted to baroque opera launches in Israel; and Vox Luminis discuss the importance of their international line-up.

Plus, the basics of the fortepiano; De Profundis and David Skinner record the music of Victoria’s teacher, Bernardino de Ribera; EMT’s pick of the best autumn festivals from across the UK and overseas; Will Russell introduces Spiritato!’s Guts and Glory project; Lucie Skeaping’s Early Music Show examines some unusual musical figures; and the legacy of Paul Steinitz, founder of the London Bach Society.
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Issue Cover Early Music Today   |   Sept - Nov   

After a tumultuous twenty years, musical mavericks Red Priest speak to EMT about roaring into their third decade in a riot of colour and virtuosity; a new festival devoted to baroque opera launches in Israel; and Vox Luminis discuss the importance of their international line-up.

Plus, the basics of the fortepiano; De Profundis and David Skinner record the music of Victoria’s teacher, Bernardino de Ribera; EMT’s pick of the best autumn festivals from across the UK and overseas; Will Russell introduces Spiritato!’s Guts and Glory project; Lucie Skeaping’s Early Music Show examines some unusual musical figures; and the legacy of Paul Steinitz, founder of the London Bach Society.
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Issue Cover Early Music Today   |   Sept - Nov   

After a tumultuous twenty years, musical mavericks Red Priest speak to EMT about roaring into their third decade in a riot of colour and virtuosity; a new festival devoted to baroque opera launches in Israel; and Vox Luminis discuss the importance of their international line-up.

Plus, the basics of the fortepiano; De Profundis and David Skinner record the music of Victoria’s teacher, Bernardino de Ribera; EMT’s pick of the best autumn festivals from across the UK and overseas; Will Russell introduces Spiritato!’s Guts and Glory project; Lucie Skeaping’s Early Music Show examines some unusual musical figures; and the legacy of Paul Steinitz, founder of the London Bach Society.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your device each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year

You'll receive 4 issues during a 1 year Early Music Today magazine subscription.

Note: Digital editions do not include the covermount items or supplements you would find with printed copies.
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Early Music Today Reviews


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Wonderful Mag!
Love this mag, really insightful pieces on the most beautiful of all music genres.
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Reviewed 23 November 2012

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