The Festival Music Society of Indiana presents the 2006 Indianapolis Early Music Festival, “From Sea to Shining Sea: A Coast to Coast Panorama in Sound from American Early Music Ensembles Celebrating the 230th Anniversary of Our Nation’s Foundation,” weekend through June and July.

Season tickets (six concerts, three lectures) are $125; book of 10, $160; book of six, $110; single concert ticket, $20; lecture series (three), $20; and single lecture, $8. For information: 317-251-5190. All events take place at the Indiana History Center, 450 W. Ohio St. Concerts are at 7:30 p.m.; lectures at 3 p.m.

• June 23: Baroque Northwest, “Revolutionary Baroque: Music from Thomas Jefferson’s Library”
• June 25: Baroque Northwest, “Culture Clash: Music from France and Italy”
• July 7: Baltimore Consort, “Spanish Music in the Age of Discovery: Cancioneros of the Kings of Spain”
• July 9: New Orleans Musica da Camera, “Wave, Leaf & Stone — Images of Medieval Song”
• July 22: Albuquerque Baroque Players, “France and Italy: “Les goûts réünis”
• July 23: New York State Baroque, “J. S. Bach: The Mass in B Minor (Complete)”

The slide lectures are presented by Frank Cooper, FMS artistic director.
• June 25: “Baroque Forces in Italy & France — Wars of Will & Taste”
• July 9: “Entanglements of Life, Music & Art in Medieval Europe”
• July 23: “The Extraordinary Story of Bach’s Mass in B Minor”

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