We mark the beginning of winter by inviting you to the first of two “winter” Beacon Hill Concerts by the Chamber Players of Tempesta di Mare – six instrumentalists who are principal players with the Philadelphia Baroque Orchestra.
“Unmatched” – Sunday, December 3, 2023, 3:00 pm
The Program consists of concertos and sonatas from the 17th & 18th centuries, the first by Antonio Vivaldi, followed by works of other Baroque composers: Telemann, and the lesser-known Zelenka, Janitsch, Fasch, and Boismortier.*
The instruments blend and contrast, call and respond, stand out as soloists, and form a cohesive whole.
Gwyn Roberts, Recorder & Flute
Gaia Saetermoe-Howard, Oboe
Emlyn Ngai, Violin
Stephanie Corwin, Bassoon
Richard Stone, Theorbo
Dongsok Shin, Harpsichord
*For a full listing of the program, see the announcement at www.beaconhillconcerts.com. There will be an intermission in this program with refreshments.
Reservations: As in the past, Dan accepts reservations for concerts one month prior to the concert date and is now accepting reservations for “Unmatched”. Make your reservation by emailing Dan indicating the number of seats you wish to reserve, and the NAMES of all attendees. Your reservation is not “official” until you receive confirmation from Dan. There is no admission fee, only a “suggested donation” of $15 adult, $10 senior, $5 student, at the door. Please reserve for friends only if they are definitely planning to attend.
Don’t miss the opportunity to experience this unique program of chamber music by top performers! The intimate concert space is perfectly suited for this sort of performance.
Sidnie and I look forward to seeing all of you in a few short weeks.
Dan Crawford, Director
Beacon Hill Concerts
119 Barn Rd. E. Stroudsburg PA 18301
Save the Date!
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Two tenors extraordinaire, James Reese and Jacob Perry, accompanied by three theorbos – a program of Italian madrigals by 17th century composers Claudio Monteverdi, Sigismondo d’India, and others.