The Boston Early Music Festival returns in person — and in a world-premiere recording of a German Baroque opera.
Opera Review: BEMF’s “La storia di Orfeo” — A Musical Triumph
I do not know how BEMF will ever top this. Bravo tutti!
Classical Music Review: BEMF’s “Acis and Galatea”—Glorious Entertainment
The music was so extraordinarily pleasant and well performed that the two-hour production breezed by.
Concert Review: Boston Early Music Festival’s Glorious Highlights
The more I hear performed by the BEMF, especially their operas, the more deeply impressed – and thankful – I am.
Concert Review: Kirkby and O’Dette do dazzling Dowland
Dame Emma, now sixty-four, sat and sang just quietly enough and with the right measure of mystery and stillness to draw the audience in, and to keep them there in a trance.
Classical Music Review: Boston Early Music Festival’s Duo of Charpentier Operas Delights
I keep being surprised by the brilliant productions and overall excellence of the concerts Boston Early Music Festival presents.
Fuse Classical Music Review: Boston Early Music Festival: Part One
The Boston Early Music Festival is THE place for performers to be heard. And there are enough good programs, between the big Jordan Hall concerts, the two operas, a Family Day program, the mini-festivals for organ and keyboard, fringe concerts at at odd hours of the day and late night, for everyone.