Alkemie's spirited performances of medieval music are grounded in historical performance practice and fed by our love of experimentation.
Join us for an Alkemie LIVE! online event
Join us on Thursday, June 25 from 7:00-7:30 p.m. for short performances of some of our favorite music and an announcement of our upcoming season activities. Register here to receive a link to the webinar.
UPCOMING PERFORMANCE DATES
Stayed tuned for 2020-2021 dates!
Thursday, June 25 at 7 pm Alkemie LIVE!
Tickets are free - register here!
Alkemie now available on Bandcamp!
Alkemie's 2019 Live CD is now available for streaming and download on Bandcamp. https://alkemie.bandcamp.com/releases
Alkemie & Friends launch postponed
Due to concerns regarding Covid-19 in New York, we postponed our inaugural Alkemie & Friends concert to a later date. We hope you will join us for this in the future!
With the support of Early Music America, Alkemie looks forward to inaugurating a NYC-based initiative dubbed "Alkemie and Friends," a series of informal, musically experimental, and multi-sensory concerts.
Our first concert, “Blood, Booze, and Betrayal” features murder ballads, drinking songs, and consort repertoire performed by the extremely broken (i.e. non-sonically homogeneous) consort of Sian Ricketts (douçaines, recorders, voice), Tracy Cowart (electric bray harp, percussion, voice) of Alkemie alongside Celtic specialist Fiona Gillespie (whistle, voice) and composer Paul Holmes Morton (banjo, theorbo, lute) of folk band Chivalrous Crickets, musical maverick Loren Ludwig of Acronym and multi-instrumentalist Spiff Wiegand.