Tempesta di Mare Artist Recital Series: Adam Pearl, Harpsichord

March 15, 2020 - 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm
Museum of the American Revolution, Liberty Hall

$39 Concert plus consecutive 2-day Museum admission (including Concert date), $30 Concert only, $25 Museum Members with Discount Code

UPDATE: This performance has been postponed by Tempesta di Mare and will be rescheduled. Tempesta di Mare will contact all ticketholders for additional information.

Adam Pearl performs late French Baroque music by Balbastre, Duphly, Forqueray and Royer on harpsichord. Antoine Forqueray (1671-1745) gave music lessons to Frederick William II of Prussia, who married the daughter of Duke Charles of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, a supporter of King George III during the American Revolution. Learn more about this Tempesta di Mare concert in the Artist Recital Series here.

Museum Members: Contact Hannah Boettcher, Manager of Special Programs at 267.579.3646 or programs@amrevmuseum.org for Member discount codes available for select tickets at www.tempestadimare.org: Individual Tickets ($5 OFF) and the 3-Concert Recital Pass for the three Artist Recitals hosted at Museum of the American Revolution (10% OFF) on the following dates: November 24, 2019; February 2 and March 15, 2020.

About Tempesta di Mare:

Tempesta di Mare is Philadelphia’s premier baroque orchestra and chamber ensemble. With every performance, Tempesta creates a sense of discovery. From innovative programming that has resulted in over 35 modern world premieres of lost and forgotten baroque masterpieces, to the ensemble’s signature interpretive approach evoking drama and emotion—their performances are true to their name: “storm at sea.” For more information, upcoming events and sound-links visit www.tempestadimare.org.