a new leaf
Medieval Music Through A Sacred Feminine Lens
Jean Bourdichon (French, 1457 – 1521), Bathsheba Bathing, 1498–1499, The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, Ms. 79, recto
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Online Course: Performing Hildegard
A new course to learn how to read and sing the music of Hildegard von Bingen from the original manuscript.
Free Sheet Music: Symphonia Series
A free sheet music resource focused on the works of Hildegard von Bingen for instant download.
Eya is beginning a new chapter.
Following our momentous tenth anniversary season, something felt ready to shift.
A change of pace… a shift in energy…
It was time to recalibrate to the time and place in which we find ourselves.
The focus of this coming season is, as always, on the feminine in medieval music. But there will be more opportunities for our global audience to engage with this music, and to expand our offerings well beyond the concert stage.
We are re-envisioning ways to engage with medieval music.
We are utilizing fresh outlets to adapt, advance, and excel.
We are building a community of learning.
We are looking at old things in new ways.
And now Eya turns a new leaf.
The organization is now officially Eya Medieval Music, but you can still call us Eya.
There is much for you to explore, access, and engage in. I hope you will. Please subscribe to the mailing list, because if you are eager to learn more, gain more, and grow more, you will not want to miss a thing.
More than anything, I want you to join me in reveling in this incredible music, and embrace the opportunity we have to re-envision its potential for transforming our lives, our society, and our future.
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Free Sheet Music Library
Learn more about the incredible musical legacy of medieval visionary Hildegard von Bingen (1098-1179).
Explore the free library of sheet music for your own study and performance.