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DSU Early Music Festival 2021

The festival has concluded, thank you for your support! The links to the YouTube recordings of the three performances and the Zoom recording of the panel discussion can be found below. We look forward to seeing you in the DSU Early Music Festival 2023!

Introduction

Please join us for the Third DSU Early Music Festival this March – a journey to the music of the Medieval Times, Renaissance and Baroque!

The DSU Early Music Ensemble has a great concert program to share with you on March 26 at 7:30pm through YouTube Live.

In addition, featured artists Dr. Sonia Lee (harpsichord), Dr. Anne Levitsky (soprano & hurdy-gurdy) and Susan Talley (organ) will also perform in the Artist Matinee Recitals on March 27 (1 & 5pm – YouTube Premiere).

The festival will conclude with a panel discussion “Why Early Music: Repertoire, Interpretation & Practicality” on March 29 at 4-4:50pm.

All the events listed above are FREE and open to the public

Please Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dsu.earlymusic/

For any questions, please contact Dr. Ka-Wai Yu the Festival Director at ka-wai.yu@utahtech.edu

DSU Early Music Ensemble Concert (March 26) at 7:30pm Mountain Time:

Click here to watch the concert

Click here to download the program and lyrics

 

Dr. Sonia Lee Guest Harpsichord Recital on March 27 (Sat) at 1pm Mountain Time:

Click here to watch the YouTube Premiere concert

Click here to download the concert program

 

Matinee Artist Recital on March 27 (Sat) at 5pm Mountain Time:

Click here to watch the YouTube Premiere concert

Click here to download the concert program

 

Panel Discussion “Why Early Music: Repertoire, Interpretation & Practicality” on March 29 (Mon) at 4pm Mountain Time:

Panelists: Dr. Sonia Lee (historical keyboardist), Dr. Anne Levitsky (Visiting Scholar, DSU College of Humanities & Social Sciences) & Prof. Susan Talley (DSU organ faculty)

Click here to watch the recorded panel discussion