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2013-2014 Concert Series

8 new programs of orchestral, chamber and solo music, including two performances at the Kimmel Center.
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Orchestra and Chamber Series

Saturdays @ 8:00 & Sundays @ 4:00

The Classics Club

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  • Sat, Oct 5 8:00
    Arch Street Meeting House
  • Sun, Oct 6 4:00
    Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill
Tempesta’s Adam Pearl sets the keyboard ablaze in Bach’s dazzling 5th Brandenburg Concerto, alongside music that surrounded and inŒfluenced Bach by Scarla‰tti, Telemann and Couperin, and even Pachelbel with his famous Canon.
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Telemann’s Holiday in Paris

Tempesta di Mare - Chamber Players | Quintet

  • Sat, Nov 23 8:00
    Arch Street Meeting House
  • Sun, Nov 24 4:00
    Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill
In 1737, Germany’s favorite composer traveled to Paris to play music and exchange ideas with the composers who invited him. Chamber music by the happy visitor and his hosts, Blavet, Forqueray, Guignon and Guillemain.
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A Secret Flame

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  • Sat, Jan 25 8:00
    Arch Street Meeting House
  • Sun, Jan 26 4:00
    Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill
Tenor Aaron Sheehan joins Tempesta di Mare for art songs and chamber music from the time of Louis XIV, with music by Lully, Charpentier and Lambert, including scenes from Actéon and Le Mariage forcé.
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Apollo at Play

Philadelphia Baroque Orchestra Tempesta di Mare

    • Sat, Mar 8 8:00
      Perelman Theatre

Nancy and Dick Eales Series at the Kimmel Center

Tempesta takes to the Kimmel Center with glorious orchestral music written for the theatre: Lully’s music for Moliere’s play Le Bourgeois gentilhomme (“The Would-Be Noble”), Locke’s music for Shakespeare’sThe Tempest and Igor Stravinsky’s luscious neo-baroque ballet for strings, Apollon Musagète.

This program is supported by The Pew Center for Arts and Heritage, The William Penn Foundation and The Presser Foundation. Media sponsorship provided by Cancer Treatment Centers for America.

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Éléments

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  • Sat, Jun 7 8:00
    Perelman Theater

Nancy and Dick Eales Series at the Kimmel Center

Crackling Œ flames, whipping winds, churning rivers, and the world emerging from chaos all make their appearances in incidental music from Marais’s opera Alcyon, Telemann’s Hamburger Ebb und Flut, and Les Éléments, Rebel’s “tone-poem” depicting the creation.

This program is supported by The Pew Center for Arts and Heritage, The William Penn Foundation and The Presser Foundation. Media sponsorship provided by Cancer Treatment Centers for America.

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Artist Recital Series

Sundays @ 3:00

Richard Stone, lute and theorbo

Richard Stone, lute
  • Sun, Oct 27 3:00
    Powel House
  • Sun, Nov 10 3:00
    Woodmere Art Museum
Tempesta co-director Richard Stone performs lute music by J.S. Bach and Bach’s friend Weiss, and theorbo music by Robert de Visée, instructor to Louis XIV, and by the Italian poet and adventurer, Bellerofonte Castaldi.
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Happy Birthday, Carl Philipp Emanuel

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  • Sun, Feb 9 3:00
    Woodmere Art Museum
  • Sun, Feb 16 3:00
    Fleisher Art Memorial
Flutist Gwyn Roberts, violist Karina Schmitz and harpsichordist Adam Pearl mark the coming birthday of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, who turns 300 on March 8, in a special joint recital of his solos, duos and trios.

 

Rebecca Harris, violin

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  • Sun, Apr 13 3:00
    Woodmere Art Museum
  • Sun, Apr 27 3:00
    Powel House
Violinist Rebecca Harris performs music from seventeenth century Austria by Heinrich Biber, including selections from his evocative “Mystery” Sonatas and the stunning unaccompanied Passacaglia, forerunner to Bach’s famous Chaconne.