Andrea SolarioHere are some of our favourite early music resources. We hope you too will find them interesting!

Virtual Performances

San Fransisco-based ensemble Voices of Music releases a new high-definition video each week, and their extensive playlist is available to watch, free of charge.


Introduce the children in your life to classical music! Storyteller Ann Rachlin has made her amazing tales set to orchestral music available free on Spotify during the pandemic.

The UK’s Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment has a fantastic website, including informative introductions to baroque and classical instruments, illustrated theory of music videos, and the ongoing Bach, the Universe and Everything series.

Medieval Music in the Dales, an annual event at Bolton Castle in the UK, was online this September. Several workshops and concerts can now be seen on their YouTube channel.

The Early Music Podcast has several lectures, in advance of their upcoming 2020 Early Music Summit. Dive into the lives of your favourite performers, enjoy the stories of the most preeminent programmers, learn about new projects … connect the dots between performance, recording, research, instrument making, and embrace the bigger picture!

Voices of Music also offers a fascinating fall lecture series (ticket fees apply).

Local Performers

Victoria Baroque Players

Duo Corvi

West Coast Concerts and Workshops

Ancient Music Society of Victoria

Denman Island Baroque Music Workshop and Festival

Salish Sea Festival

Seattle Early Music Guild


Ancient FM

BBC Early Music Show

Sunday Baroque

Miscellaneous Sites

Boston Early Music Festival

Early Music America

Early Music Network (US)

Early Music Today (UK) (UK)

The Handel Harpsichord Room (Italy)

Historical Harp Society (US)

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