Oct 25 & 26: Bach and Praetorius
Tempesta sings Bach, Praetorius & Rosenmüller
Tempesta di Mare Chamber Players with vocal quartet Laura Heimes, Drew Minter, Aaron Sheehan and David Newman
“This is the kind of program that makes our mouths water for months leading up to it, the music is that delicious,” says Tempesta di Mare’s Artistic Co-Director Richard Stone, who has spend all summer transcribing the score for the modern-time premiere of Rosenmüller’s wedding cantata from manuscripts found in the Upsala library (Sweden). Read more…
2014-2015 Concert Series
Join us of our 2014-2015 Concert Series:
five programs from Praetorius to Bach & Rameau full of the greatest baroque music you have ever — or often never before — heard, plus Messiah on December 20 and 21, and three new Artist Recitals.
With Tempesta’d fabulous musicians and your favorite singers including Julianne Baird, Rosa Lamoreaux, Drew Minter and Aaron Sheehan.
New CD: Bach Trio Sonatas
Bach: Six Trio Sonatas
reimagined for chamber ensemble
Pre-release sale before the US release on June 24.
Bach’s Trio Sonatas in Tempesta di Mare’s own new settings for chamber ensemble. Each sonata’s character comes to life in these conversations between six and just two players, showing the composer at his most imaginative—deep, wicked, jaunty and even hard-rocking.
Artist Recital Series
Get up-close and personal with your favorite Tempesta di Mare musicians:
Julianne Baird, soprano sang Shakespeare songs from the Elizabethan era for sold-out crowds in October, principal cellist Lisa Terry plays viola da gamba in February, and second violin principal Karina Schmitz will perform music from 19th-century salons in March.
All recitals are curated and narrated by the musicians and followed by an artist reception.
New Bach CD
Oct 25 & 26: Bach & Praetorius
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