The heart of the Boston Early Music Festival is our world-famous Exhibition. As the premiere early music trade show in North America and among the largest in the world, the BEMF Exhibition features some of the top Early Music tradespeople from across the globe, with makers of period instruments, music publishers, dealers in rare books, prints, and manuscripts, and representatives from the world’s top conservatories and schools of music. Join hundreds of amateur and professional musicians, students, scholars, and enthusiasts from around the world and enjoy four days to purchase instruments, restock your library with unique performance editions, learn about recent musicological developments, renew old friendships, and immerse yourself in an unparalleled opportunity for enrichment and discovery.
The Boston Early Music Festival has begun accepting applications for its Fringe Concert Series, presented in conjunction with the 2017 Boston Early Music Festival. Fringe Concerts are artist-produced concerts that take place at selected venues in the heart of downtown Boston during Festival Week (June 11-18, 2017). They are publicized by BEMF to its Festival ticket holders, advertised on the BEMF website, and included in the Festival Yearbook and in press releases sent to key publications. Fringe Concert artists are responsible for reserving and renting their performance venues, organizing rehearsal time, and managing ticket sales for their events.
Please direct questions and inquiries to Carla Chrisfield, BEMF General Manager, at 617-661-1812 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The registration deadline is Friday, April 14, 2017.
An assortment of six Performance Masterclasses by distinguished Festival musicians will be offered throughout the week. BEMF Masterclasses allow students, as well as avocational and professional musicians, to receive a public coaching by some of the top performers in the field today. Auditors are encouraged to attend. Admission is $10 for adults or FREE with a BEMF Pass.
Please refer to the Application Form for specific dates, times, and locations. For more information, please contact Carla Chrisfield, General Manager, at email@example.com or 617-661-1812.
The Boston Early Music Festival is pleased to offer low-cost dormitory rooms at at Northeastern University, situated two blocks east of New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall (BEMF’s primary Festival Concert venue) in Boston’s Back Bay. Rates are $95 for a single room and $160 for a shared double, and reservations must be made directly through the BEMF office using the dorm registration form below. BEMF will accept reservations through Monday, June 5, 2017.For questions, please contact BEMF General Manager Carla Chrisfield at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-661-1812.
The Boston Early Music Festival is actively seeking Volunteers for the June 2017 Festival & Exhibition. Becoming a volunteer is a unique and rewarding way to show your support for BEMF.
There are opportunities available at every concert and event. In exchange for your time and efforts, you will receive complimentary admission to all events for which you volunteer. In addition, BEMF volunteers also receive a staff shirt, a Festival & Exhibition Yearbook, and a Week Pass to the Exhibition.
The 2017 Volunteer Application is available in PDF format for downloading, and can be returned via:
- Email: email@example.com
- Fax: 617-661-1816
- US Mail: Boston Early Music Festival
43 Thorndike St., Suite 302
Cambridge, MA 02141
To request a hardcopy of the 2017 Volunteer Application, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, mailing address, phone number.
Please email email@example.com or call 617-661-1812 with questions.