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.
Pianist Sejoon Park devotes an Astral Artists recital to pieces he picked because he happens to like them. Tom Purdom reviews.
The Network for New Music and Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia presented weekend concerts that illustrated the virtues and pitfalls of instrumental music linked to specific subjects. Tom Purdom reviews.
Piffaro evokes the spirit of an evening “dying of love” in a Renaissance Spanish theater.
James Freeman’s new organization, Chamber Orchestra FIRST EDITIONS, goes head to head with his old organization, Orchestra 2001. Tom Purdom reviews.
Two Bach@7 concerts illuminate the relationship between religion and art in Bach’s music. Tom Purdom reviews.
James Freeman’s new brainchild presents a free concert featuring flute star Mimi Stillman and pieces by Mozart and four 21st-century composers.
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.