Announcing our 2021-2022 Concert Series!
Our Covid-19 Safety Policy for In-Person Events
Pegasus is committed to providing a safe environment for both our performers and in-person audience members throughout the season. For each concert we will be carefully following guidelines recommended or mandated by our venue, the Monroe County Health Department, and the CDC.
For everyone’s safety, Pegasus requires all audience members to provide proof of vaccination. This can take the form of your vaccine card, a photo of your vaccine card, or your NY Excelsior Pass.
We will also be requiring masking, social distancing in seating, and contact tracing sign-in at entry. If you are feeling ill, please stay home. We will gladly exchange your tickets.
We are grateful for your support and cooperation as we return to live music! Please feel free to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Talented New Artists
A new concert series featuring young up-and-coming virtuosos of the early music world. Casual, cool, accessible, free!
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Watch our 2020-2021 virtual season!
You can still sit back safely at home and enjoy music from the 16th century to the 21st, including 19th century Romantic music, fiddling, singing, and courtly entertainments; and a presentation about the baroque musical diaspora. Join us free and online!
We’d like to welcome you to Echoes of Orpheus, a new series of concerts in addition to our regular concert series that will happen throughout the next year. Echoes of Orpheus is designed to entice you as we build up to the Summer 2022 production of Monteverdi’s L’Orfeo. We will introduce you to the opera, its characters, our artists and creative team, and Monteverdi’s colorful and evocative soundworld. This is music at the intersection of renaissance and baroque style, and the formation of an entirely new art form, a story in music, or opera. Stay tuned on our website and on our social media for more information about future Echoes of Orpheus concerts!
Early Music and Black Lives Matter
This is our responsibility. Pegasus, recognizing that early music was largely written by white male Christian Europeans, needs to do more to promote anti-racism and social justice. We will:
- program more early music by composers of color
- hire more professional artists of color, and strive to make our Board more diverse
- engage critically with the cultural and social contexts for our programming
- redouble our efforts in our Pegasus Rising young artist program to recruit emerging musicians of color who are interested in early music
Although the music that we perform and you love is from centuries ago, we have to remember that we live in the modern world. We, as the Board of Pegasus Early Music and the face of the organization, have much work to do, to stand against racism, recognize unconscious bias, erase disparities, and promote justice. We believe Black Lives Matter, and we support movements for positive change. With our music, we want to offer hope and inspiration, support and strength to all who are suffering in these distressing times.