Ron Vernon, Warren Steel, Irene Kaufmann, Susan Marchant (left to right)
The Mockingbird Early Music Ensemble was formed in 2003 by enthusiastic proponents of the historically informed presentation of music created before 1750. Based in Oxford, Mississippi, they perform on recreations of period instruments. These instruments include recorders, viole da gamba, harp, baroque guitar, psaltery, crumhorn, and harpsichord.
"A Spagna in the Works"
A rare chance to hear 16th century music of Italy and Spain played on renaissance viols and lute by Alison Crum and Roy Marks of London, UK
Tuesday, February 28, 2017
at the home of Susan Marchant and Ron Vernon
534 Hwy 6 East
$25 at the door - beverages and plenty of food included
Only 25 seats available -- please call or e-mail for your reservation
Saturday, March 18 at 1:00 pm
Off Square Books
For J.S. Bach’s 332nd birthday on March 21, musicians around the world will unite to perform free Bach in subways and public spaces, March 18-21, all day and all night, to share our love for our art form and sow the seeds for future generations of classical music lovers.
In Honor of the 250th Anniversary of his death
Georg Philipp Telemann
Sunday, September 17, 2017
with guest baroque oboist Janet Page
Janet K. Page, Professor of musicology, received her PhD from Duke University in 1993. She specializes in the music of seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Vienna, and she is especially interested in women's music making. She also writes on the history of the oboe. She is currently working on a series of editions of Viennese convent music for A-R Editions. Dr. Page also performs on Baroque and modern oboes
Paris-Yates Chapel on the campus of
The University of Mississippi
Admission is Free!
Celebration of Spring in Music
Sunday, March 26, 2017
Celebrating the spring equinox, the birthday of Johann Sebastian Bach, and the Baha'i New Year!
Paris-Yates Chapel on the campus of the
University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS
Admission is free!