Anne Schuster Hunter is a writer, teacher, and art historian in Philadelphia. She teaches a course in creative writing at Temple University Center City. She is contributing newsletter editor for Tempesta di Mare. Website: anneschusterhunter.com.
Watching Piffaro, the Renaissance Band, prepare for 'The Musical World of Don Quixote' gives an up-front view of the challenges and rewards of performing 400-year-old music. (Part three of a series on Piffaro’s 'Don Quixote' festival.)
It’s 'Don Quixote' fiesta time in Philadelphia! Piffaro, the Renaissance Band, celebrates 'The Musical World of Don Quixote' with a big concert, a symposium, and museum and libraries joining in with exhibitions around the city. (Part two of a series on Piffaro’s 'Don Quixote' festival.)
Piffaro is in the midst of preparing a major project, The Musical World of Don Quixote, which will give us a chance to experience what’s been in Don Quixote’s shadow all these years. The event will include concerts, exhibitions around the city, and a symposium at Penn.