February–March 2016

feature: Many Peoples

In the upcoming concert The Nations, Tempesta di Mare salutes baroque composers who discovered rich musical territories in the new globalism. Read Anne Schuster Hunter’s essay on the expanding world of early 18th-century Europe and the influences of exposure to new and more remote cultures on composers of the time.

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new CD: Comédie et Tragédie, volume 2

Comédie et Tragédie, vol. 2
orchestral music for the theatre by Charpentier, Rameau & Leclair

Get your copy now before the February 26 release!

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tickets: The Nations: March 3, 5–6


Orchestral portraits of the peoples of Europe, from westernmost Iberia’s New World imports to the sounds of Russia and Turkey in the east. Music by Telemann, Zelenka, Locke, Barsanti and Roman.

March 3, 8:00 — Miami Beach
March 5, 8:00 — Center City
March 6, 4:00 — Chestnut Hill

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shop & share: Chestnut Hill Community Fund

Shop & Share Sunday in Chestnut Hill: 2.28.16
Support the fund that supports Tempesta di Mare’s Chestnut Hill performances. When you shop locally in Chestnut Hill on Sunday, February 28, you will support the Chestnut Hill Community Fund. Read more to find out about participating merchants.

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