In two concerts, the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society spotlights songs from France and the British Isles. Tom Purdom reviews.
Lyric Fest looks at the music played over the centuries in the White House, and the nation that music portrays. Tom Purdom reviews.
Bach @ 7 and Tempesta di Mare take advantage of Philadelphia’s wealth of potential concert sites. Tom Purdom reviews.
Traditional Scottish songs arranged by Ludwig van Beethoven? You can hear a few at the next Musicians from Marlboro concert.
Carli Lloyd is a soccer player, not an artist, but the overall pattern of her career might look familiar to many musicians. Tom Purdom reviews her autobiography, 'When Nobody Was Watching: My Hard-Fought Journey to the Top of the Soccer World'
Celebrating artists from Mozart to Duke Ellington to Charlotte Blake Alston, Lyric Fest hosts a look at the past, with hope for the future.
The Tempesta di Mare Baroque Chamber Players visit the National Museum of American Jewish History and celebrate three influential sisters.
The Philadelphia Chamber Music Society presents a couple of wind-playing brothers from the Windy City and a pianist from Belfast. Tom Purdom reviews.
A creative music director presents a creatively scheduled work by one of the world’s more creative composers. Tom Purdom reviews.
Bach for New Year’s Eve? A lot of people seem to like the idea.