Alkemie's spirited performances of medieval music are grounded in historical performance practice and fed by our love of experimentation.
This fall, we make our West Coast debut on the San Francisco Early Music Society series with our program Like a Woman - and also finish recording the music for the release of the highly-anticipated historical video game Pentiment.
We return after San Francisco to NYC - where we're co-sponsoring a screening of Singing Truth to Power with Fordham University - which has organized a Roundtable of exceptional scholars-activists to follow the video. Read more about Dr. Andrew Albin, Dr. Boyda Johnstone, Ellis Light, and Partcik DeBrosse. Registration is Free! (But advised to faciliate campus entry.)
In the spring, we will premiere 3 new programs in NYC - including a collaboration with Grammy-nominated duo Chapterhouse, the CD-release of our indie-rock troubadour album "Fine Companion," and a collaboration with medieval luminary and composer Shira Kammen that focuses on the works of Guillaume du Fay.
UPCOMING PERFORMANCE DATES
Stay tuned for more - We are announcing performances a month in advance
Like a Woman
presented by the
San Francisco Early
Music Society Series
Concerts Sept. 30, Oct. 1 & Oct. 2, 2022
Singing Truth to Power
Screening & Roundtable
Oct. 5, 2022 at 5:30pm
New York, NY
Alkemie featured on REMA Festival
Our recent "Like a Woman" Program was one of the two video concerts by U.S. ensembles to be featured as part of REMA's Early Music Day Festival.
REMA is the representative network for Early Music in Europe, composed by 86 members in 21 countries.
Alkemie is supported by
Alkemie awarded Rapid Restart NYSCA grants
We are grateful to announce that we have been awarded two New York State Council for the Arts Rapid Restart grant to support Hildegard Refracted and Like a Woman in NYC this fall! It's an honor that New York has recognized and chosen to support our work as we continue to find ways to make music and connect with people.