The Atlanta Early Music Alliance
Welcome to our new website!
Help us foster enjoyment and awareness of historically informed performance in the Southeast!
AEMA is a 501(c)(3) organization that provides performance and education grants to member groups, sponsors Early Music workshops, and provides scholarships to its Early Music workshops.
Quarterly publication featuring articles written by community members and professionals in the Atlanta Early Music Alliance.
The 20th annual workshop with early and newer music for Recorders, Brass, Viols and other “early” instruments will be held (in-person!) Friday evening, January 20th – Sunday morning, January 22, 2023. Please click here to find our more information about our annual workshop!
We currently offer two different types of grants: A general grant aimed to directly support HIP concerts and education, and a COVID-19 musician aid grant. Information on how to apply or donate to support these grants can be found on our "Grants" page.
Polyphonic Voices is a series of interviews conducted by local professional recorder player Jody Miller. In this series, Atlanta early music specialists speak about their history, influences, and the direction of the Historically Informed Performance movement.
AEMA is eager to help our community get involved with early music in and around the Southeast. We are always looking for article submissions for our Broadside publication as well as supporters and organizers for our committees. If you would like to consider donating some of your time to AEMA, please contact us to see how best you might serve your early music community.