BEMF’s Video Spotlight
Sublime soprano Amanda Forsythe sings
“Arguably the most important and influential
Early Music event in the world.” —BBC Radio 3
In response to growing concerns about coronavirus/COVID-19, BEMF will be temporarily closing our administrative office and remaining events in our 2019–2020 Season will not take place as scheduled. BEMF administrative staff will be working remotely for the immediate future. You can still purchase subscriptions for our 2020–2021 Season online. If you have any Box Office questions, please email Corey King, Box Office and Patron Services Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org. For general questions, please email email@example.com.
2020/21 Season Announced
Subscribe today for another season of the world's most exciting Early Music artists and ensembles!
The performance featuring Stile Antico will not take place as planned on Saturday, April 18, 2020, due to continuing concerns with the coronavirus/COVID-19 and essential restrictions on public activities. They will return as part of our 2020/21 Season next February.
A Springtime Soirée Postponed
BEMF's Springtime Soirée—originally scheduled for March 21, 2020—has been postponed due to concerns about the coronavirus/COVID-19.
Save the dates for our next biennial Festival—June 6–13, 2021!
Who We Are
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.
“An absolute delight.” —The New York Times
Our 2020–2021 Season features some of the world's most exciting and engaging Early Music artists!
Celebrate 40 years of BEMF at our next Festival and Exhibition, June 6–13, 2021 in Boston.