Millennium of Music
Millennium of Music is an exploration into the sources and mainstreams of
European music for the thousand years before the birth of Bach. For over18
years, it has presented, in a quiet and serious way, the vast scope of
great music leading up to the early Baroque. It features the evolution of sacred
music, east and west, live performances by the best ensembles in the field
of early music, and the ever growing number of new releases in the field.
Robert Aubry Davis is the creator and host of Millennium of Music. The program is based fromWETA-FM in Washington D.C. Davis also hosts European Centuries, co-hosts Songs for Aging Children with Martin Goldsmith and serves as moderator of WETA's TV Emmy-Award winning arts discussion program, Around Town. He also serves on the boards of Early Music America, and the Music Educator National Conference.
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Through the years we have featured such noted performers as; Anonymous
Four, The Clerks Group, Tallis Scholars, Jordi Saval, Hesperus and many others.
The best performers and conductors have shared their vision and creative
endeavors through this program. Since the beginning, chant has been a
mainstay of the listening experience, and many of the best-selling recordings
have received their premiere on Millennium of Music.
Each year, concerts are presented from the Holland Early Music Festival at
Utrecht and aired on Millennium of Music. If you want to know where you
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