Academy of Early Music Concert Season - Early Music Academy of Early Music Concert Season - Early Music
Historically Informed Performance in Ann Arbor - Early Music
Academy of Early Music Concert Season - Early Music
Academy of Early Music Concert Season - Early Music
Academy of Early Music Concert Season - Early Music
Academy of Early Music Concert Season - Early Music

 

2015-16 Subscriptions and Individual Tickets On Sale May 11

Save up to $40
Purchase a subscription to all eight performances for $160 and pay just $20 for each concert. That’s a savings of 20% over general admission pricing. Offer expires October 2.

Baroque Extravaganza - 5 Concerts for $105
The Academy celebrates music from the Baroque with its Baroque Extravaganza—five concerts featuring 17th
and 18th century music from England, France, Italy, Germany, and Spain. Purchase the Baroque Extravaganza mini-subscription and pay just $21 for each concert. Offer expires October 30.

2015-16 Season Begins on October 2

Academy of Early Music Concert Season - Early Music

Friday, October 2 @ 8 pm
Saturday, October 3 @ 8 pM

The Rose Ensemble
Founded in 1996 by Artistic Director Jordan Sramek, The Rose Ensemble has achieved an international reputation as a premiere American early music ensemble. Each performance illuminates centuries of rarely heard repertoire, bringing to modern audiences research from the world’s manuscript libraries and fresh perspectives on history, culture, politics and spirituality from around the globe. With ten critically acclaimed recordings and a diverse selection of concert programs, the group has thrilled audiences across the United States and Europe with repertoire spanning 1,000 years and over 25 languages.

In Slavic Wonders, the Rose Ensemble performs stunning examples of Eastern European early sacred music that is rarely heard in the West. Included in the program are two of the oldest known Czech hymns, works by Mikołaj Zielenski (Poland’s first Baroque composer), songs honoring the Patron Saints of Poland and Bohemia, and music from one of the foremost composers of the Moscow Baroque, Vasily Titov.