feature: All Bets Are On: Music in 18th-Century London
Music held London enthralled at the turn of the 18th century. In that big, chatty city—in 1700 the largest in Europe—people followed music stars with pop-fan avidity. The composers, the players, the singers, and all their hijinks had everyone’s tongues wagging—and tickets sailing out the door.Read More…
tickets: Handel and His Frenemies, May 21
Concertos, overtures and symphonies by Handel and his London friends and rivals. Music by Keiser, Bononcini, Greene, Pepusch, Arne and Handel.
May 21, 8:00 — Perelman Theater at The Kimmel Center
learn: One Day University
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May 22 at the Philadelphia MarriottRead More…