Telemann 360°: Talkshow

EVENT DATES: October 11

Free, registration required

Running Time: 1.5 hours - Talkshow only. 3.5 hours - Full event, including talkshow, food and post-concert

Program

Join us for a talk show about Telemann, his music, and the shifting sands of reputation from the perspectives of an art historian, a psychologist, two musicologists and a performer, with live performances by Tempesta di Mare. Following the Talkshow, stay for food and beer ($) and a performance by the choir and baroque orchestra of the Temple University Boyer College of Music and Dance.

 

Performers & Participants

Music:

Tempesta di Mare, Philadelphia Baroque Orchestra & Chamber Players
Gwyn Roberts & Richard Stone, Directors | Emlyn Ngai, Concertmaster

Host:

Fred Child (Live-from-Lincoln-Center; Performance Today)

Guests:

Dr. Wolfgang Hirschmann, Musicologist, Martin-Luther University, Halle, Germany
Dr. Lynn Zubernis, Phsychologist, West Chester University (Fan Culture: Theory/Practice)
John Nici, Art Historian, Queens College (Famous works of Art and How they got that Way)
Dr. Steven Zohn, Musicologist, Temple University (Music for a Mixed Taste: Genre, Style and Meaning in Telemann’s Instrumental Music)
Gwyn Roberts, Performer, Tempesta co-Founder and co-Director, Music Educator: Peabody Institute of Music and University of Pennsylvania

Free Event

Registration required in advance, or at the door

After-show

7:30 Food & Telemann Beer by St. Benjamin’s Brewery ($)

8:30 Concert: Smells of France with Temple University’s Boyer baroque Orchestra and Concert Choir