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AF Signs on with Columbia Artists Management (CAMI)

In response to increased demand and interest in AF around the country, Columbia Artists Management, Inc. (CAMI) has signed the ensemble for exclusive management of AF's touring in North and South America, beginning in Dec. 2014. AF will be managed by CAMI's Senior Vice President, Doug Sheldon, who also manages the New York Philharmonic, violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter, and conductor Valery Gergiev.

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Early Music America Magazine features AF

"The impressive growth in the schedule of Apollo's Fire has come from taking the group on the road. Apollo's Fire and the Toronto-based ensemble Tafelmusik are currently the North American early music orchestras with the most regular U.S. touring activity… 'Getting to play on some of the great stages of the world – as an ensemble of 13 or 15, not as an anonymous member of a large symphony orchestra – is a rare and special honor,' said Sorrell. 'It is a chance to create something magical for people.'"

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Minnesota Public Radio’s “Performance Today” Feature

Minnesota Public Radio's Fred Childs hosts this fascinating radio interview, in which Jeannette and AF's principal players share their thoughts on AF's unique performance style. Recorded in October 2012 on the eve of AF's sold-out debut in St Paul, MN at the venerable Schubert Club.

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AF’s “Sacrum Mysterium” Named One of BBC Magazine’s Top 20 Holiday Concerts in America

“Cleveland Baroque orchestra Apollo's Fire joins forces with La Nef, a Montreal-based ensemble, for a programme of ancient Celtic music rooted both in church and countryside. The concert includes excerpts from a 13th-century service surrounded by hymns, carols and folk tunes. Expect a mix of bagpipes, fiddles, flutes and voices, which should build to a rambunctious, rollicking finale.”

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