New year, new E-Notes. E-Notes Weekly will bring the early music community right to your inbox every Tuesday in more concise format.
January 2, 2018

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In response to our recent E-Notes Survey, Early Music America is making a change in the way we communicate with you digitally. E-Notes Weekly will bring the early music community to your inbox every Tuesday in a more concise format. You can look forward to weekly highlights of EMA members, upcoming events from around North America, and featured news from EMA and beyond. Thank you to everyone who responded to the survey and provided such valuable feedback!

If you’re like us, you are reflecting on the past year and imagining what's to come. It’s been a tumultuous year in so many ways, and the staff and board of Early Music America are looking forward to sharing your stories and events and to improving the services we offer to all of you in the early music field. We will be introducing helpful online resources and providing more scholarships, and perhaps most important, we will push for equality of opportunity to all who want to take part in early music, regardless of background; we will fight sexism and racism in our field because music belongs to all of us, equally. We are excited by all the possibilities and look forward to meeting many of you in 2018. Thank you for your support!
 
Karin Brookes, Executive Director
Dina Bash, Assistant Director
David Wood, Marketing & Special Projects Coordinator
Donald Rosenberg, Editor of EMAg

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Baroque Dance for Musicians
by Julie Andrijeski
The simple step, both in its natural and stylized forms, can deeply impact our general music making. When sculpting musical notes into gestures, for instance, think about how subtleties in bow (or air) speed and pressure can add variety and shape. When playing even the staunchest march or most fleeting passepied, dance reminds us that there is always tension and release, action and reaction, and ebb and flow-and that movements are curved (buoyant) rather than linear.

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​in part by 
Naxos of America



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​​​Welcome, New Members!

Individuals
Tom Beets, Belgium (pictured)
Anna Hamilton, Germany
Michael Lynn, Ohio
Jack L. Smith, Arizona
Michael Devlin Sweeney, California

Organizations
Bach Akademie Charlotte, Massachusetts
Gallery Concerts, Washington
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Visit the EMA Events Calendar for more upcoming events. EMA members can submit events by logging into their EMA account and choosing "Events" from the drop down menu.
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