A 1000-Guilder Tune

Arch Street Meeting House 320 Arch St, Philadelphia, PA

Festive trumpets, recorders and strings burst open the boundaries of form and expression with music by Pavel Vejvanovský, Philipp Jakob Rittler and Giovanni Valentini from the collection of music-loving Habsburg prince-bishop Karl II of Liechtenstein-Castelcorn.

Free – $39.00

A 1000-Guilder Tune

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Festive trumpets, recorders and strings burst open the boundaries of form and expression with music by Pavel Vejvanovský, Philipp Jakob Rittler and Giovanni Valentini from the collection of music-loving Habsburg prince-bishop Karl II of Liechtenstein-Castelcorn.

$5.00 – $30.00

Tempesta Talks | Hessian Oboes!

Virtual

How General Washington’s captives composed today’s Vice Presidential March - an event in collaboration with the Museum of the American Revolution. This lecture-recital, streamed live from the Museum of the American Revolution’s Lincoln Hall, brings a little-known, but fascinating story of the Revolutionary War and musical history to the forefront. Presented by Curator of Exhibitions Matthew Skic …

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$5.00 – $15.00

Season XX – Chamber

Christ Church Christiana Hundred 505 Buck Rd, Wilmington, DE

We look back on twenty years of discovery with a lute concerto by Silvius Leopold Weiss (the composer with whom we founded our series), a quartet by Johann Gottlieb Janitsch (our new transcription from the Sara Levy collection) and string sonatas by Philipp Jakob Rittler (our newest obsession), plus a sonata by Johann Sebastian Bach …

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Free – $39.00

Season XX: Chamber

American Philosophical Society 427 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA

We look back on twenty years of discovery with a lute concerto by Silvius Leopold Weiss (the composer with whom we founded our series), a quartet by Johann Gottlieb Janitsch (our new transcription from the Sara Levy collection) and string sonatas by Philipp Jakob Rittler (our newest obsession), plus a sonata by Johann Sebastian Bach …

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Free – $39.00

Season XX: Chamber

Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill 8855 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, PA

We look back on twenty years of discovery with a lute concerto by Silvius Leopold Weiss (the composer with whom we founded our series), a quartet by Johann Gottlieb Janitsch (our new transcription from the Sara Levy collection) and string sonatas by Philipp Jakob Rittler (our newest obsession), plus a sonata by Johann Sebastian Bach …

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Free – $39.00

Season XX – Chamber

Virtual Events Virtual Events

We look back on twenty years of discovery with a lute concerto by Silvius Leopold Weiss (the composer with whom we founded our series), a quartet by Johann Gottlieb Janitsch (our new transcription from the Sara Levy collection) and string sonatas by Philipp Jakob Rittler (our newest obsession), plus a sonata by Johann Sebastian Bach reimagined …

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$5.00 – $30.00

Season XX: Founders’ Picks

Woodmere Art Museum 9201 Germantown Ave, Philadelphia, PA

Music for flute and lute by Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre, Francesco Maria Veracini, Johann Friedrich Fasch and William Babell.

$25.00

Season XX: Founders’ Picks

Museum of the American Revolution 101 South 3rd Street, Philadelphia, PA

Music for flute and lute by Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre, Francesco Maria Veracini, Johann Friedrich Fasch and William Babell.

$25.00 – $35.00

Tempesta Talks | The “Ugly” Virtuosas

Virtual

Behind the Screens of the Venetian Ospedali Eighteenth-century tourists flocked to Venice’s four renowned institutions for orphans and foundlings, the Ospedali Grandi, to experience music-making by the figlie del coro, “daughters of the choir,” an ensemble of all-female orphans. Many penned accounts praising the women’s virtuosic mastery of demanding instrumental and vocal repertoire, declaring them …

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$5.00 – $15.00
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