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“Sleep Hath Its Own World” was shot on location in Milwaukee, and features three Baroque arias to examine the expansive and imaginative landscape of our dreams.

Created by director/producer Alison Pogorelc and director/cinematographer John Carlo Rosillo, the project features Lithuanian classical guitarist Ieva Baltmiskyte, countertenor Jake Ingbar, and sopranos Ashley Robillard and Hannah De Priest, as well as performances by dancers from Milwaukee’s Water Street Dance Company.

 

 
Early Music Now is proud to present this concert/documentary video from early music ensemble Infusion Baroque that details stories and interviews of what it's been like for artists during COVID times. They also discuss the history of women composers and performers of the 17th and 18th centuries. Filmed at Chateau Ramezay in Montreal, and at the artists' homes, the video includes musical selections from several of Infusion Baroque’s programs, including Scottish folk songs, an excerpt from the "Virtuelles" performance, and pieces from "Virtuosa!," the program that will be performed in Milwaukee on March 5, 2022.
 
Online Lecture Series
 
Over the course of last season, Early Music Now offered a series of six online lectures with musical illustrations by experts in the study and performance of Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque music. These informative videos are available on our YouTube channel through June 30, 2021.  Below is a listing of the presenters and their topics:
 

Anne Azéma, Artistic Director, Boston Camerata – High Waves on the Sea: Songs of Distance and Separation, Then and Now

Paul O’Dette, Artistic Director, Boston Early Music Festival – What Makes It Great: An Exploration of the Extraordinary, Yet Often Misunderstood, Lute Music of the Early Renaissance.

Tim Sterner Miller, Senior Lecturer, Musicology and Ethnomusicology at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee – Burn My Heart with a Flame: The Sacred Passions of Isabella Leonarda

Sarah Mead, Professor of Music, Brandeis University – The Poetry of Vittoria Colonna; the Music of Pietro Vinci

Scott Metcalfe, Artistic Director, Blue Heron – Guillaume de Machaut: A Century of Music

Andrew Larsen, Lecturer, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee – The Women of Medieval Europe