Our very own Geoffrey Williams is interviewed for the article Brave New-Old World in the current issue (October 2010) of Classical Singer Magazine. (Yes, he’s famous.) In it, he discusses the contemporary relevance of early music, New York Polyphony’s approach to singing and our upcoming concert at Saint Mary the Virgin Times Square on November 20.
Pick up a copy today. If you’re a subscriber, you can view the article online… but you’ll probably need a password. (I’m sure you can figure it out.) Click HERE to visit the Classical Singer Magazine website.
Another interview with Geoffrey (and Chris Herbert) will be appearing in Early Music America’s 25th Anniversary issue (Winter 2010). Here are some additional details:
“The Winter 2010 issue of Early Music America magazine (mailed mid-November) will be a special commemorative 25th Anniversary issue. Articles will include a retrospective about EMA by founder Ben Peck; a “future stars of early music” article by Heidi Waleson; 10 columns by early music luminaries (including Ben Bagby, Stephen Stubbs, Wendy Gillespie, Jeanne Lamon, Bruce Haynes, etc.) about the current state of early music in North America; and a special EMA section with features by Executive Director Maria Coldwell, plus much more.”