Tempesta plays 2 Bachs & Telemann

orchestral music by the father, the son, and the godfather

Johann Sebastian Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach and Georg Philipp Telemann—father, son and godfather—shared in lifelong personal and musical exchanges. The program showcases the musical relationships that reflect the father’s high baroque—albeit iconoclastic—traditionalism, the son’s embrace of modernity and the nascent classical style, and the godfather who kept pace with it all. Works include J.S. Bach’s Triple Concerto in A minor, CPE Bach’s Symphony in C, Telemann’s high baroque Flute Concerto in G, and his classical Divertimento for Strings in B‑flat.

 

Friday, December 5, 2014, 8:00

American Philosophical Society

427 Chestnut Street

Discount parking at Ritz at the Bourse (4th St, between Market & Chestnut). Vouchers available for pick-up at will call.

Tickets:

Preferred: $34 limited availability

All others: $24

Full-time Students (with ID) and

Youth (4th grade and older) are free

http://goo.gl/fN9yyB

 

Saturday, December 6, 2014, 8:00

Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill

8855 Germantown Avenue

free parking

Tickets:

Preferred: $34 limited availability

All others: $24

Full-time Students (with ID) and

Youth (4th grade and older) are free

http://goo.gl/qIkyWR

 

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