This Summer and Fall discover throughout Philadelphia gardens some of the same flowers Georg Philipp Telemann had in his 1742 Garden and get ready to celebrate his genius with us during the Telemann 360˚ Festival.
This Fall, discover baroque Germany’s favorite composer, Georg Philipp Telemann, through ear-opening performances of orchestral and chamber music, a mixed-discipline talk-show, and pop-up events in gardens, pubs, museums and boats across Philadelphia.
Join us for an evening of music, food and wine on the river at Bartram's Garden, America's oldest living botanical garden. Discover plants that both John Bartram and baroque-era composer Georg Philipp Telemann grew in their respective 18th-century, hear music on hurdy-gurdy and by the Tempesta Chamber Players and enjoy dinner in the Garden's new Pavillion.
It’s the last show of Tempesta di Mare’s year of the The Four Seasons. Banish those thoughts of lazy days and clinking ice in cold drinks. In Summer, Vivaldi takes us stormchasing for one of the most thrilling rides in instrumental music.
During the baroque era, Bohemia more or less disappeared from map of European culture. But invisibly, it made its presence known. Those big European capitals of the baroque world—Dresden, Berlin, London, Paris—were well enriched by talent from the hinterlands.