Tempesta @ Amherst Early Music Winter Workshop
Come and play with us!
Now YOU can plays with your favorite Tempesta musicians:
Amherst Early Music Winter Weekend workshop
January 16-19, 2015
at Rutgers University, Camden, and Old City, Philadelphia
Workshops include Baroque dance, recorder and viol consorts, lute songs, and large and small ensemble projects.
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French Spring: music from plays and coffee shops
A Spring full of French baroque music
What better way to fend off the winter blues but with a Spring of French music: from luscious viola da gamba sonatas by Marais, a homage to coffee, and Tempesta’s own orchestral rediscoveries and music from spoken word plays. Mini-series of all four concerts on sale now, or just select the concerts of your choice.
Artist Recital: Lisa Terry plays Marais
Lisa Terry plays Marin Marais
Tempesta’s principal cellist, Lisa Terry, turns to her greatest musical love, the viola da gamba, which the Wall Street
Journal says she plays with “intense musicality and beauty.” She performs a program of works by that instrument’s greatest composer, Marin Marais. Tempesta co-director Richard Stone accompanies on theorbo.
Artist recitals are curated and narrated by the musicians and followed by a reception.
The Gift of Time
Your donation to Tempesta this year will give us time to find, produce and perform more of the great music you love.
Read some of our recent TIME STORIES here.
As a special thank you for gifts over $100, we have put together a Tempesta di Mare concert CD with highlights from the year 2014, including Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto #5.
New Bach CD
Feb 7 & 8: Lisa Terry plays Marais
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