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Anne Azema interviewed on WBUR

as Anne talks about “What Medieval Music Can Tell Us About Our Politics.”

Camerata’s Ancient Commentary Still ‘Resignates’

The Boston Musical Intelligencer has a brief conversation with Anne Azéma about how the times they aren’t a-changing.


The Boston Camerata in Brazil

Joel Cohen, Music Director Emeritus, has written an excellent account of the Camerata’s July tour in one of the most remote and least developed regions of Brazil: the sub-equatorial Nordeste.

Read all about it in Early Music America.


July 14, 2016

In solidarity with the people of Nice, and of France
Liberty, Equality and Fraternity will, ultimately, triumph




In the face of hate and violence,
we will love one another.

— President Obama, June 12, 2016



We render deepest homage to the great Friedrich von Huene, who died peacefully last Sunday near his wife Ingeborg, their children, and grandchild.

You will be reading elsewhere about Friedrich’s enormous contribution to the early instrument revival, his pioneering studies of historic wind instruments, his success in creating an independent business, and his profound influence on a younger generation of craftsmen/instrument makers.
Fredrich Von Huene
But what I want to evoke right now, so gratefully, is Friedrich’s wonderful presence in, and enthusiasm for, the art of early music. He and Inge were charter members of the Camerata of the Museum of Fine Arts (now the Boston Camerata), and their skill on a range of instruments, and evident love for the repertoires, made a deep and lasting impression on the youngster I was in 1963, performing for the first time with the ensemble. Friedrich loved to play. He had a rich and personal sound on recorders and flute, and his forward-looking energy imparted vitality and focus to what was at that early point a sometimes-tentative mix of professionals and amateurs.

Friedrich continued to perform with Camerata for several seasons after its change in directorship, and co-founded, with me, the Cambridge Consort. He and Inge remained connected for many years with the world of Boston performance, encouraging young musicians and mentoring so many of us with good advice and friendship. Friedrich and Inge, it must not be forgotten, were co-founders of the Boston Early Music Festival; their vision for our field lives happily on, and continues to inspire us.

I and the Boston Camerata are honored to have known Friedrich von Huene as colleague, mentor, and friend. At this time of sadness, but also of consoling memory of a life well lived, we send loving condolences to his wife and family.

Joel Cohen 5/11/2016