The Practitioners of Musick was founded to survey the musical riches of 17th and 18th century Great Britain and Ireland and the Colonial and Federal periods in America.

photo - Dawn Klotzbeacher

John Burkhalter, English flute, & Donovan Klotzbeacher, harpsichord, perform at the Old Barracks officer quarters. (photo: Dawn Klotzbeacher)

The Practitioners of Musick have presented or supported scholarly programs under the auspices of the National Park Service, The New Jersey Council for the Humanities, The National Trust of Great Britain, The Fund for Irish Studies at Princeton University, Historic Deerfield, Colonial Williamsburg, Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Princeton University Art Museum, The NY State Historical Association, The Holland Society of New York, the Yale Center for British Art, The Princeton University Library and the Monmouth County Historical Association amongst many others.