with Duo Tempesta di Mare
Throughout history, musicians have traveled frequently to study and perform, striving for a successful career. Now, as we are all staying home, Gwyn Roberts and Richard Stone, founding artistic co-directors of Tempesta di Mare, focus on the baroque musicians who defied this trend by remaining local, and nevertheless soaking up and radiating lots of varied stylistic influences. Featuring works by Mancini, Babell, Blavet and more, Roberts, who is also Penn’s Director of Early Music Ensembles, and Stone perform as a duo on recorder, flute and theorbo, exploring works by composers who stayed close to home.
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This is an original, live event performed on the Annenberg Center stage and streamed online. It will include an interactive Q&A with the performer. Visit the Annenberg FAQs page for additional details.