John Eliot Gardiner On Being 'Authentic'
In this video, Sir John Eliot Gardiner, founder of the English Baroque Soloists, speaks about “authentic” and “historically informed practice,” and the evolution of the period instrument movement.
Carnegie Hall brings together a month-long focus on the exciting music written before 1685. Whether it is the divine purity and amusing bawdiness of Renaissance madrigals or the dramatic urgency of early Baroque opera, the music speaks to modern listeners who love great music and relish the joy of discovery. Learn more about Before Bach.