Whether you want to hear live lute music, or are a lute player looking for venue ideas this may prove useful.
Live concerts with lutes tend to be listed in various kinds of listings:
1) The music sections of conventional events magazines and general listings websites, such as (for the UK) Time Out www.timeout.com/ What’s On in [name of city], London Bachtrack, bachtrack.com/city/London Concert Diary, www.concert-diary.com/ Ents24, www.ents24.com/ Eventbrite www.eventbrite.co.uk/
2) The quarterly publications and websites of Lute Societies
3) Specialist early music websites and magazines, listed on our academic journals page, such as:
Early Music America: www.earlymusicamerica.org/
Early Music Today: www.earlymusictoday.com/
Early Music Review Diary, a bi-monthly calendar of early music concerts, festivals and courses, wound up in 2015, but some listings may be obtainable via the successor site earlymusicreview.com/
4) Online discussion groups especially the lute-related Facebook groups, which you can search for at www.facebook.com
5) The personal websites of professional players and lute teachers
6) Music venues, concert series, clubs and societies, festivals, and individual artists in the UK and elsewhere are listed in the British and International Music Yearbook, published by Rhinegold Publishing www.rhinegold.co.uk/bimy/
7) A searchable register of festivals, organisations, performers, ensembles etc can be found on the NEMA website: www.earlymusic.info/nema.php
There is also a list of early music umbrella organisations on the NEMA website at www.earlymusic.info/Links.php.