Online magazine focusing on new American music. Contains articles, interviews, a monthly calendar of performances, audio samples, and more.
- Medieval Music & Arts Foundation
Contains FAQs and info on early music, chant, world traditional music and humanities.
- Bang on a Can
Organization founded by Julia Wolfe, David Lang, and Michael Gordon, and dedicated to the work of composers across the entire aesthetic spectrum, making a home for musical inventors, misfits, and pioneers.
- Boston Early Music Festival & Exhibition
A nonprofit organization that promotes early music with a biennial week-long event.
- Baroque Music.org
Overview of baroque music, composers, and instruments.
A contemporary classical music weekly publication. Includes news, CD reviews, and interviews with leading conductors and composers.
- Una Voce
Supporting the authorized celebration of the traditional latin mass and wider appreciation of gregorian chant and sacred polyphony.
- Early Music Network
Provides information and services about early music and historical performance all over the world.
- Early Music News
Promotes the understanding and enjoyment of early music and historically informed performance.
- San Francisco Early Music Society (SFEMS)
Emphasizing three areas of activity: historically informed performance of Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque music; educational programs; and community outreach for emerging artists.
- Lied and Song Text Page
Provides original-language, public-domain texts of Lieder organized by composer and librettist.
- Gregorian Chant Resources
Annotated links to resources, choirs, and recordings.
- Renaissance and Baroque Society of Pittsburgh
Presents concerts of historically informed performance of music from the Middle Ages through the Early Classical period.
- Marilyn Horne Foundation
Founded to support, encourage, and preserve the art of the vocal recital through the presentation of vocal recitals and related educational activities across the U.S.
- Gregorian Association (UK)
Promotes the singing of Gregorian Chant to English texts.
- Audium Theatre of Sound-Sculptured-Space
Pioneering the exploration of space in music: "sound sculptures" are performed in the darkness of a small theatre with multiple speakers.
- Early Music Guild of Seattle
Bringing the greatest performers of Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque music to Seattle audiences.
- Bloomington Early Music Festival
Concerts, theater, exhibitions, and workshops celebrating music of the medieval, renaissance, baroque, and classical periods.
Dedicated to the respect and appreciation of Baroque music.