About the Guild
The Guild for Early Music was founded in 2004 as a consortium of early music ensembles and musicians. The mission of the Guild is to promote music of the Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, and Early American eras by fostering in the community knowledge and appreciation of music of these historical periods and facilitating cooperation and providing resources for professional and amateur performing ensembles and musicians. The Guild for Early Music became a 501(c)(3) corporation in July 2009 and now has 28 participating ensembles in its membership roster.
Guild members include professional musicians, semi-professionals, amateurs, and early-music community members in the Central New Jersey and Eastern Central Pennsylvania areas, including Mercer County, NJ and Bucks County, PA. We welcome enthusiasts and visitors from all over. For more information, view our Membership page.
Guild for Early Music Board of Directors
Judith Klotz, President
Nancy Gibbs, Secretary
Maureen Kyle, Treasurer
John Burkhalter, Israel G. Herman, Patricia Hlafter,
John Orluk Lacombe, Larry Parker, Orum Stringer
Princeton TV30 features Guild for Early Music instruments, people, and events; Anne Reeves hosts John Burkhalter and other guild board members in September 2014.