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  • American Baroque: Spectacular Baroque and Classical chamber music
  • Antonio Ciacca Quartet: Jazz played with earthiness, fire and intellect
  • Alan Rinehart: A feast of Renaissance and Baroque music
  • Ensemble Al Asdeka: spicy and hypnotic melding of Arabic and Jazz
  • AlmaNova: lively flute/guitar duo
  • Alex McCartney: Reflective, historically-informed performance on the lute
  • Antiqcool: soul soothing acoustic guitar songs
  • Bach Collegium San Diego: Bach, historically informed, vibrantly performed
  • Paul Beier: solo lute of the Italian renaissance.
  • Paul Berget: renaissance lute, modernized.
  • Bill Robinson: New Music in the Classical context
  • Bindi Society: Power Harp, Other-Worldly Vocals and Global Percussion
  • Duo de Bois: exquisite chamber music
  • Canconier: Medieval music from the 12th to the 15th centuries
  • Duo Chambure: Spanish renaissance vihuela duets
  • Claudia Schwab: Irish, Indian, Swedish and Eastern European music styles overlaid with Austrian yodelling
  • Commusicare: musical conversation from the Renaissance to the Baroque
  • Chambure Vihuela Quartet: Dance music and songs of Renaissance Spain
  • Da Camera: Celtic Renaissance/Baroque Ensemble
  • English Ayres: traditional early English music
  • Ensemble Carpe Diem: Early music featuring Italian affetti from Switzerland
  • Ensemble Electra: electrifying music from the Italian Baroque
  • Eleanor Hodgkinson: beautifully crafted individual playing
  • Eliyahu Sills: cross-cultural grooves
  • Erik Ask Upmark: Scandinavian music on the Celtic harp
  • Ernst Stolz: Renaissance and Baroque beautiful music revealed by Dutch gambist and multi-instrumentalist
  • Daniel Estrem: colorful classical guitar
  • Eric Zivian: virtuoso fortepianist plays Chopin
  • Farallon Recorder Quartet: renaissance recorder ensemble
  • Shira Kammen: early folk and celtic music.
  • Les Filles de Sainte Colombe: viol & harpsichord music
  • Musica Franca: buoyant Baroque bassoon
  • Cheryl Ann Fulton: World-class performer and teacher of Medieval, Baroque, Welsh triple, Celtic and Concert harps.
  • Fortune's Wheel: a spirited rediscovery of the riches of medieval musical traditions
  • Galliarda: Renaissance and Baroque music from Byrd to Handel
  • Giovanni Ceccarelli: creative jazz with an international flavor
  • Healing Muses: early music for healing
  • Harper's Hamper: well loved and lesser known British carols for the festive season, performed with single voices and instruments
  • Jacob Heringman: renaissance lute
  • Ingrid Matthews and Byron Schenkman: baroque violin & harpsichord
  • In Nova Cantica: carols and chansons from the 13th - 17th Centuries for dancing, festivities and mayhem
  • James Akers: Lively, refined lute playing and questing musicianship
  • Jamie Janover: innovative hammered dulcimer
  • Jennifer Lane: rare cantatas and arias by Handel
  • Jesus in Japan: a reflective voice in a noisy world
  • JungHae Kim: deeply elegant harpsichord
  • Andrew Jilin: merging classical European and traditional Japanese to create captivating cinematic flute music
  • Joram: idm and minimalist electronica.
  • Joe Palese: New age guitar based jazz
  • Katrina Wreede: From Fun and Jazzy to Moody and Melancholic
  • Kavanah: Eclectic Intense, Industrial Ethnic, Classical phrasing, Soundtrack, Cirque
  • Ken Bonfield: Calling Bonfield a guitarist is like calling Michelangelo a painter
  • Kenji Williams: ambient/IDM with a dash of dub
  • Kaila Flexer: Original Compositions Inspired by Far-Flung Fiddle Traditions
  • The Kingsbury Ensemble: masterpieces that graced the courts of Europe, played with style and passion
  • Kitka: Eastern European women's vocal music
  • Kristian Taus: Collections of melancholic and minimalistic soundscapes
  • Katherine Shao: beautiful Bach on three different beautiful harpsichords
  • Laura Dreyer: jazz, funk and rock with a Brazilian flair
  • Ensemble Libro Primo: A fantastic classical violin and lute duo interpreting Baroque composers
  • The Lost Mode: medieval music meets living modal music traditions
  • Magic Carpet: discover a rich tapestry of world grooves
  • Jesse Manno: middle eastern/balkan music and new age
  • Edward Martin and Paul Berget: vihuela, renaissance and baroque lute
  • Edward Martin and Thomas Walker: French lute duets that represent the pinnacle of the High Baroque
  • Mauricio Buraglia: a marvelous classical spiral of lute sounds
  • Mediva: medieval music made enticingly modern
  • Ralph Rousseau Meulenbroeks: virtuoso viola da gamba
  • Middle-Earth Ensemble: sultry and percussive Mid-East fusion
  • Ensemble Mirable: rare and extraordinary music of the Baroque
  • Musica Pacifica: Baroque and traditional music from England, Scotland and Ireland
  • Mundi: Early music meets global folk at the Penguin Café
  • Nova Casa: Baroque chamber music from Poland
  • La Nuova Musica: vocal and instrumental chamber music
  • Orinda: French renaissance songs
  • Panacea: Eastern and Western European folk music.
  • Panic Ensemble: cabaret infused rock band mixing folk and world
  • Vito Paternoster: cellist extraordinaire
  • Pavlova Wind Quintet: exploring unusual, exciting areas of the classical and non-classical wind quintet repertoire
  • Poeticall Musicke: Late Renaissance and Early Baroque music, historically performed
  • Stephane Potvin and the Con Brio Choir: choral conductor extraordinaire
  • Quire Cleveland: making life more harmonious
  • Tim Rayborn: Medieval and Middle Eastern music
  • La Reverie: Recreating traditional music from a modern perspective
  • Reza Manzoori: minimalist acoustic guitar compositions
  • Richard MacKenzie: Virtuoso English Lutenist and Guitarist
  • Romualdo Barone: Classical solo clarinet
  • Rossignol: spare and lyrical medieval troubadour songs
  • Diana Rowan: a harpist of unusual power and beauty
  • Gonzalo X Ruiz: baroque oboist extraordinaire
  • The Sarasa Ensemble: Lively, bright Baroque
  • SCD: Baroque trio
  • Anneke Scott and Kathryn Cok: Virtuosic works for natural horn and fortepiano
  • Sound of Seventy Three: expansive guitar-driven post-rock with trip-hop tinged remixes
  • Music of the Spheres: small Baroque chamber ensemble
  • Stellamara: original Balkan-Near Eastern-Medieval-Ambient-World.
  • Streicher Trio: classical chamber music on period instruments
  • Altri Stromenti: 17th century baroque ensemble
  • Sulis: heavenly, healing, early music
  • Susan Rode Morris: early music delivered with a voluptuous voice and intensely focused delivery
  • Svara: New music from the whole world
  • Telemann Trio Berlin: Skillfully balanced chamber music
  • Teslim: Original and traditional acoustic string music with Turkish, Middle Eastern and Sephardic influences.
  • Thomas: layered choral compositions
  • Thomas Walker: Lute music of 17th century France and Italy
  • Takashi Matsuishi Spark: flautists with finesse, intelligence and grooves
  • Tomas Lozano: highly melodic and structured sweet music
  • Tanya Tomkins and Eric Zivian: Beethoven Piano and Cello Works
  • Francesca Torelli: deep interpreter of lute music
  • Trio Dafne: delicate 17th century chansons
  • Ensemble Vermillian: Richly textured 17th and 18th century cello and recorder
  • Viva La Pepa: Spanish, Sephardic and French traditions served on a bed of drones
  • Voices of Music: Lilting Renaissance & Baroque vocal interpretations
  • Vox Nostra: gorgeously complex and rich vocals using manuscripts from the middle ages
  • Wildcat Viols: viola da gamba girls gone wild!!
  • Music for a Winter's Eve: Early song and dance to celebrate midwinter
  • Ya Elah: women's vocal music based in the Jewish tradition
  • Yumi Kurosawa: melodic and mixed world tunes on Japanese Koto
  • Zephyrus: Early Music vocal ensemble

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