The Philadelphia Chamber Music Society presents stories in music from a favorite guest orchestra noted for its unusual programming.
1807 & Friends finishes its season with three pieces that blazed trails composers are still exploring.
Spring is a good time to celebrate the world, whoever’s in charge of it. Two upcoming concerts promise the brighter side of Bach.
Piffaro ends its Cervantes season and returns to its roots with the music of a Spanish church band. Tom Purdom reviews.
This Lyric Fest song series explored the four forces that shape our world: earth, air, fire, and water. Tom Purdom reviews.
The Chestnut Street Singers contemplate the spirit of 12th-century Catholic mystic Hildegard von Bingen. Tom Purdom reviews.
The Dolce Suono Ensemble visits the special world Mozart created with his chamber music. Tom Purdom reviews.
The Academy of Vocal Arts presents 'Jubilate! A Concert of Sacred Music' in an annual program that’s guaranteed to be good. Tom Purdom reviews.
Tempesta di Mare celebrates its 15th season with two hours of sheer pleasure. Tom Purdom reviews.
The Bach @ 7 Chamber Series presents a string quartet masterpiece on the instruments like those actually used in Haydn’s time.