earlymusic

Overview

Early Music Ensemble
Erik Peregrine, director

The Early Music Ensemble (EME) specializes in the unique, surprising, and extravagant music of the medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque periods of Western music. Participants will explore the repertoire of these centuries through performance with an emphasis on questions of style, historical practice, notation, intuition, and expression. EME offers ensembles for both vocalists and instrumentalists as well as collaborative performance opportunities.

EME Vocal Ensemble

The EME Vocal Ensemble is open to students, faculty/staff, and community members wishing to sing early music in an ensemble setting. Interested singers MUST complete a Choral Placement Hearing to participate. The first rehearsal will be held on Monday, September 27th.

EME Instrumental Chamber Ensembles

The EME Instrumental Chamber Ensembles are open to instrumentalists of all backgrounds who wish to explore performance on historical instruments. Students will be placed into small chamber ensembles based on instrumentation, background, and musical goals. No prior experience with historical instruments is necessary! To join, please complete the EME Instrumental Sign-Up form. You MUST submit this form to receive your CRN. The first meeting will be held on Wednesday, September 22nd.

Course Information

  • MUS 145, “Early Music Ensemble”
  • 2 units

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