ABOUT LA DONNA MUSICALE

La Donna Musicale is a non-profit research, education, and performance organization devoted exclusively to the discovery, preservation, and promotion of sacred and secular music by women composers. The ensemble uses period instruments and historical performance practices.

TUESDAY & ANNUAL GIVING

This season is presented as a combination of pre-lecture concerts, live interaction with the ensemble, live performance snippets, and pre-recorded performances in which we re-invent both ourselves and Early Music.

This re-invention has been extremely costly, as we have to add visuals and online tools and expenses. We need you more than ever!

All of our musical performances and learning opportunities rely on your financial help. We cannot fulfill our mission without your support. To make your tax-deductible gift go even further, La Donna Musicale’s Board of Directors has generously offered a $10,000 matching grant!

This opportunity to double the impact of your support is available until December 31.

Your $50 donation will become $100, so that La Donna Musicale can revive the worthy music composed by a woman from three centuries ago. Your $150 pledge will become $300, which brings Rumbarroco to the world.

We are counting on you to educate, to entertain, and to connect with people, not only our loyal friends and subscribers, but also people those who will hear early music, women’s music, Latin music for the first time.

And we look forward to seeing you at our next concert on December 12 at 4PM. Click for our “Black Villancicos & Other Joyful Songs” program. 

Agnesi Editions

La Donna Musicale, Pioneering the Path for Historical Women Composers and Rumbarroco’s Latin Baroque Fusion

Our 2020–21 Season


RE-INVENTING

A combination of pre-lecture concerts, live interaction with the ensemble,

live performance snippets, and pre-recorded performances  in which we re-invent both ourselves and Early Music.

Celebrating Maria Teresa Agnesi’s 300th birthday. Exploring both Africa’s lasting musical legacy and current Latin American sounds. Delighting you by the fusion of European Early Music with South American folk and popular forms in our program “Black Villancicos” Tapping our feet to our “Fandango” program. And as always, honoring minorities and presenting educational programs for youth.

ladm.org and rumbarroco.orgo.org