“We’re game” this week as we explore music by gamblers, for gamblers, and about gamblers. (Dare you to join us!)
Bach mentored over 80 students, not the least of them his own sons. Bach’s very last student though was one he taught on his deathbed: Johann Gottfried Müthel.
We’re throwing open the barn doors with music inspired by sheep, cats, chickens—even the frogs down by the creek.
Two recordings of music from the Lutheran tradition composed by Bach and Telemann.
Music from the Medici Codex, a continuation of our conversation with the Boston Camerata’s Anne Azéma, and the first solo concerto ever composed for the viola.
The Canadian ensemble Tafelmusik celebrates the 400th anniversary of Galileo's first use of the telescope.
Ensemble Caprice tackles Telemann's Gypsy music, Esterházy Machine plays Haydn's baryton trios, and Paul O’Dette champions Marco dall’Aquila’s lute pieces.
Three excellent recordings of late-baroque music, including J.S. Bach, Couperin, Telemann, and Blavet.
An exploration of George Frideric Handel’s music, including his compositions for German patrons, London audiences, and a royal boat trip down the Thames.