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.
Piffaro presented a "nochebuena," based on the traditional Spanish Christmas Eve, that offered variety, mastery, and spirituality. Tom Purdom reviews.
Three of Philadelphia’s liveliest music organizations, Lyric Fest, Tempesta di Mare, and Dolce Suono, usher in the spirit of the season with three concerts. Tom Purdom reviews.
Piffaro celebrates the holiday season with a young soprano, a specialized brass consort, and festive 17th century Spanish music.
Dolce Suono presents a world premiere by a rising young American composer and a trio by an American woman composer whose career spanned most of the 20th century.
The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia marries the old with the new, with less than complete success. Tom Purdom reviews.
Tempesta di Mare greets the season with French, English, and Italian serenades to winter.