The New England Early Music Calendar offers the most complete listing of concert, workshop, lecture and exhibit events in the six-state New England region (Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut & Rhode Island).
These listings are accurate as of May 2, and are updated frequently. Listings for future months will grow, sometimes substantially, as they will be posted here as soon as a single event is known.
If you find an error in any of our listings, please notify the
Sheila Beardslee, email@example.com
Events subject to change without notice, please call contact numbers given for events to confirm date, time, location, program and ticket price. Ticket prices given when provided by artists or presenter. Price shown after "/" is reduced admission for students or senior citizens.
If you are traveling to the Boston area and wish to check dates for concerts and other events, please contact Sheila Beardslee.
If you know about an early music event which is not listed here, please ask the sponsor and/or performers to tell me. Believe me, we want to know what's going on out there!!
We welcome notice of concerts, workshops, masterclasses, lectures,
and radio programs as well as related museum, film and theatre
programs presented throughout the six-state New England area.
Please include the following information:
Day, date, time
Performer(s) or ensemble name
Program title, composers' names and/or major works performed
Location (hall, street address, city, state)
Telephone number for public contact (listings without phone numbers will not be used)
Ticket prices (include range of prices and applicable discounts) "Donation" or "Free"
The New England Early Music Calendar is updated regularly. Please send your information in as soon as possible. Please do not send attachments. We regret that it is not possible to visit your webpage to find out what you are doing.
Early listings are welcomed, and we will include your updates in a timely manner.
snail: 29 Main Street, Acton MA 01720-3505
Listings will not be accepted by voice mail.
Our current and advance listings will be appearing here (at the Early Music FAQ web site) with the assistance of Todd McComb.