researches, reconstructs, prints and performs music and dance combined with art
and dramatic elements for works of the Renaissance, Baroque and, particularly,
the American Colonial and Federal periods. Thus, MUSE helps bring to light the artistic
and recreational life of these periods.
MUSE takes its performances to all venues and reaches to demographics
not usually exposed to rare classical works.
Muse Early Music, Dobin, Baroque music, French, Irish, Scottish, Early American, Colonial American music, American Dance, Early American Dance, Billings, Landran DuPort, Frances Hopkinson, George Washington, Martha Washington, Strathspey, Bouree, Rigaudon, Chacoon, Chaconne, Minuet, Menuet, Gavotte, Siciliano, Violin, Flute, Viola, Cello, Double Bass, Viol, Basoon, Oboe, London, oratorio, Handel, Messiah, Sea, Chanty, Folk song, fiddle, soprano, alto, tenor, bass, chorus, vocal ensemble, vocal music