“Black Musicians in Early Music” free livestream, Feb. 21

Posted on: February 19, 2021

On February 21, Early Music America and the Handel and Haydn Society will co-present “Black Musicians in Early Music,” a live-streamed conversation with Black musicians in the field of early music and historical performance practice. Presented in conjunction with Early Music America’s Well-Tempered Musician wellness series and moderated by baritone Dana Whiteside, the discussion will feature panelists Joseph McHardy (conductor and organist), Reginald Mobley (countertenor), Patricia Ann Neely (viola da gamba and vielle), Rachel Redmond (soprano), and Jonathan Woody (bass-baritone and composer). The conversation will be streamed on February 21 at 2 p.m. ET on Early Music America’s website and on its Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter pages.