Upcoming Concerts - Black Tulip – Let Us Howl!
Black Tulip presents ‘Let Us Howl!,’ an exciting and virtuosic
program of works by Giovanni Bononcini, Bartoloméo da Selma y
Salaverde, Carel Hacquart, George Frideric Handel, Robert Johnson,
Nicola Matteis, Henry Purcell and Georg Philipp Telemann!
Second Presbyterian Church of Chicago’s Sounds of the
South Loop Series
Second Presbyterian Church of Chicago, Chicago, IL
Wednesday, April 22, 2015 6:00PM
$15 General Admission, $9 Senior/ Student
Upcoming Concerts - Musicians for Michiana – An Invitation to the Dance
Phillip Serna joins Musicians for Michiana for 2 stunning chamber
works with double bass: Adrian Mann’s Canzone Vecchione (2005)
for Oboe/ English Horn and Double Bass and Prokofieff’s Quintet,
Op. 39. It was composed originally as a ballet score, and dance
rhythms will infuse the remainder of the concert as well. The Music
Village, our host and partner from the very beginning, will receive
the Pay-What-You-Like offerings from this event.
Upcoming Concerts - New Comma Baroque – Telemann’s Travels – The Eclecticism, Diversity, and Virtuosity of Telemann
Join New Comma Baroque for a delightful and delectable journey
through vividly virtuosic solo & chamber music, filled with French,
Italian, German and Polish flavors, encapsulating the travels of one
of the 18th century’s most prolific composers: Georg Philipp Telemann.
Telemann’s Travels features selections of some of the composer’s
most well-known works for Baroque flute, Baroque violin, viola da
gamba, and harpsichord, including music from Der getreue Music-
Meister (Hamburg, 1728-29), the Six quatuors a violon, flute, viole
ou violoncello et basse continue (Hamburg, 1730, Paris, 1736), the
Nouveaux quatuors en six suites a une flute traversiere, un violon,
une basse de viole ou violoncelle et basse (Paris, 1738), and the
Essercizii Musici overo Dodesci Soli e Dodeci Trii à diversi
stromenti (Hamburg, before 1740).
Emmanuel Episcopal Church, La Grange, IL
Sunday, May 24, 2014 3:00PM
$20 General Admission, $15 Seniors, $10 Students, Free Under 18
Upcoming Concerts - Burning River Baroque – Comedy & Coffee: Irreverent 18th-Century French Chamber Music
“Superb musicianship…Burning River Baroque left an indelible
imprint on my psyche.” – The Boston Musical Intelligencer
A witty light-hearted program sure to entertain all audiences! 18th-
century salon music by Bernier, Corrette, Grandval and Rameau: A
playful ode to the wonders of coffee, a virtuosic Concerto Comique,
an instrumental ‘pantomime’, and a tongue-in-cheek cantata
parodying the ‘pop hits’ of the French Baroque!
Boston Early Music Festival Fringe (COMING SOON!)
Lindsey Chapel, Emmanuel Church in the City of Boston, Boston, MA
Tuesday, June 9, 2015 3:00PM
For a comprehensive list of concerts and other events, please visit www.phillipwserna.com/concerts