“Above all, music must move the heart…” C. P. E. Bach
The purpose of the Society for Eighteenth-Century Music is to promote the study and performance of music of the eighteenth century. The Society provides a forum where scholars and performers can further their knowledge of music, history and interrelated arts of the period and serves as a resource to facilitate and encourage collaboration.
The organizing committee is thrilled to announce Season 3 of Encounters with Eighteenth-Century Music, a virtual forum sponsored by the American Bach Society, the American Handel Society, the Haydn Society of North America, the Mozart Society of America, and the Society for Eighteenth-Century Music.
Please join us for the next session of Encounters with Eighteenth-Century Music: Listening in the Caribbean, on Thursday, October 26 at 3:00PM Eastern.
This panel will explore cases of music-making and listening in the eighteenth-century Caribbean with presentations by Callum Blackmore, Devon J. Borowski, and Henry Stoll. Maria Ryan will serve as moderator and respondent.
Please register (free but required) here.