Recorders Beyond Borders returns on June 4, 2022 with an exciting new program featuring young recorder players from four continents. Last year’s young BEMF musicians from the United States and Kenya will be joined by participants in Brazil and the Netherlands. Watch the original 2021 presentation now, and register today at Eventbrite.
"Arguably the most important and influential
Early Music event in the world." —BBC Radio 3
As we return to in-person performances, we are committed to honoring your faith in us with responsible programming available to audiences in Boston and around the world. Learn more about our COVID-19 Safety Protocols at upcoming concerts, including vaccine and mask requirements »
FINAL DAY TO WATCH
Sébastien Daucé leads a program showcasing sacred music by Buxtehude and Schütz.
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Recorders Beyond Borders
On Saturday, June 4, Recorders Beyond Borders returns with an exciting virtual event featuring young recorder players from four continents.
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Save the dates for our next Festival—June 4–11, 2023
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Since 1981, the Boston Early Music Festival has established itself as an international leader in the field of Early Music. BEMF presents a wealth of diverse programs and activities, including superb productions of Baroque opera, award-winning recordings, an annual concert season that brings the field’s brightest stars to Boston and New York City, and North America’s leading festival for Early Music.