Here is a selection of other organisations which all support early music. Through these websites you can find information on courses, concerts, instruments and accessories and other groups associated with Angel Early Music. We hope you find something of interest!
- Ascot Easter Early Music Course
This popular and highly acclaimed course provides an excellent opportunity for experienced players of period instruments to work on early music in a chamber setting.
- Bridgewood and Neitzert
Bridgewood & Neitzert are makers, dealers and repairers of fine modern and baroque stringed instruments. We stock an extensive range of instruments, and we are stockists of specialist strings such as Baroco, Dlugolecki, Kurschner, Aquila, Pyramid, Savarez, Sofracob, Pirastro and CHD.
- Cambridge Early Music
World-class concerts, education projects, festivals and summer schools of medieval, renaissance and baroque music for all ages in Cambridge in the UK.
- Eastern Early Music Forum
Courses, events, contacts and other information about early music in the East of England.
The National Early Music Association of the UK has existed since 1981 to bring together all concerned with early music and to forge links with other early music organisations in the UK and around the world.
- Thames Valley Early Music Forum
TVEMF exists to encourage the singing and playing of early music in the London to Oxford area and currently has over 300 members.
TVEMF organises early music workshops and events, and publishes TAMESIS, a bi-monthly newsletter with articles and details of early music courses, concerts and workshops.
- The Early Music Shop
The world's largest selection of mediaeval, renaissance and baroque musical instruments and sheet music online.
- The Intrepid Academy
Futher details about Intrepid Academy, the musicians and their forthcoming concerts and projects.
- The Lute Society
The Lute Society exists to promote the lute and its music.
- Viola Da Gamba Society
The Viola da Gamba Society has the aim of advancing the study of viols, their music, their playing, and their making.