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Musica da Camera's Continuum
Sundays at 6 a.m. on 89.9 WWNO & 8 p.m. on Classical 104.9

The first Continuum broadcast was in February, 1976, and was hosted by Milton Scheuermann. Thais St. Julien joined him on the second, and the two have continued to co-host the weekly program ever since. During the past 42 years, they’ve produced over 1900 programs! Continuum has been a winner of the Early Music America/Millennium of Music National Radio Competition, and received the KXMS Fine Arts Radio International Award (Classical Radio Programing with Educational Content).

In addition to presenting a variety of recorded music of the middle ages, Renaissance and Baroque from the Musica da Camera’s 4,000 CD collection, the co-hosts have interviewed a number of internationally known performers, including John Reeves White (director of the New York Pro Musica) David Munrow (director of the Early Music Consort of London), Anonymous 4, and members of the Boston Camerata, and Sequentia. The program has also featured recordings of live early music concerts of both Musica da Camera and guest artists.

Latest Episodes
  • Continuum presents a program of The King's Noyse.
  • Continuum features one of the major American early music ensembles, The Baltimore Consort.
  • Continuum presents a wide selection of Songs of the Sephardim.
  • This week on Continuum, hosts Milton Scheuermann, Jr and Thais St. Julian present a program devoted to the various aspects of medieval love.Milton Scheuermann, JrThis Continuum is a program devoted to the various aspects of medieval love. The performers are three noted ensembles specializing in early music, namely our own New Orleans Musica da Camera, Sequentia and the Boston Camerata. Recordings used are Maiden, Mother, Muse (New Orleans Musica da Camera) - Centaur CRC 2434, Dante and the Troubadours (Sequentia) - Deutsche Harmonia Mundi 05472-7727-2, and Tristan et Iseult (The Boston Camerata) - Erato ECD 75528.
  • This Continuum presents music from The Folger Consort.
  • Continuum hosts Milton Scheuermann, Jr and Thais St.Julan spotlight three famous singers of the past performing songs from the early music repertoire.
  • Continuum presents a program devoted to Renaissance flute music from the 16th century.
  • Continuum presents music by the 15th century French composer, Johannes Ciconia.
  • On this program Continuum hosts Milton Scheuermann, Jr. and Thais St. Julian present complete recordings of the earliest English songs in existence.
  • Continuum hosts Milton Scheuermann, Jr. and Thais St. Julian present a program of the harpsichord music of Johann Sebastian Bach.