VIRTUAL MUSIC & INSTRUMENT EXHIBITION

Tracy Cowart, Manager;  Ben Matus, Coordinator
The Amherst Early Music Festival welcomes the public free of charge to the Festival's Early Music & Instrument Exhibition. You'll see instruments for playing Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque Music - including recorders, flutes, keyboards, stringed instruments and bows, as well as musical accessories, books, and modern & facsimile editions. Players, parents, and teachers are invited to learn about historical instruments and talk to makers and vendors from the U.S., Canada, and Australia. The VIRTUAL EXHIBITION will continue through the 2021 season. Participation is free-of-charge as a service to the early music community. This Virtual Exhibition page is a busy place! It is best viewed on a desktop, laptop, or large tablet in landscape view. We hope you enjoy it, and thanks for stopping by!

LIVE EVENT - Talk with the 2021 Exhibitors via Zoom Saturday, July 24 11:00 am - 1:00pm EDT (10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Central / 8:00-10:00 a.m. Pacific) All Festival Students will get the link, others can sign up for this Live Event here! Please contact exhibition@amherstearlymusic.org with questions.

Wind Instruments, and Music

 

Stringed Instruments, Strings, & Bows

 

 

 

 

THANKS FOR VISITING THE VIRTUAL MUSIC & INSTRUMENT EXHIBITION!
We hope to see you in person at the 2022 Amherst Early Music Festival!

Click here to visit last year's Virtual Music & Instrument Exhibition!

The Amherst Early Music Festival welcomes the public free of charge to the Festival's Early Music & Instrument Exhibition. You'll see instruments for playing Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque Music - including recorders, flutes, percussion, strings, and keyboards, as well as musical accessories, books, and modern & facsimile editions. Players, parents, and teachers are invited to learn about historical instruments and talk to makers and vendors from the U.S., Canada, and Australia.

 

 

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