TEMP 2019-2020 Season
Individual tickets may be purchased by clicking/tapping on the buttons below each concert description. Tickets will also be available at the venues, payable with cash, check, or credit card: $30 general admission, $25 senior (60+), and $5 student with ID.
ALL DONORS WHO CONTRIBUTE $500 OR MORE MAY JOIN THE SEASON SUBSCRIBERS IN THE PREFERRED SEATING* AREA
OF THE VENUES
*Preferred seating is held until five minutes before the scheduled concert start time and thereafter may no longer be available. If you arrive after the published start time for a concert,
preferred seating may not be available.
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The Song of Songs or Song of Solomon from the Hebrew Bible provided the texts for many of the most polished, sensual, and beautiful compositions by the master composers of the Renaissance and early Baroque. TEMP performs them with a small vocal ensemble and a consort of viols. Special Guest: Mary Springfels (viola da gamba).
We explore the intangible essence of Christmas as TEMP puts its unique stamp on beautiful and joyful carols, motets, dances, and traditional songs. Special Guests include Therese Honey (harps) and Ryland Angel (countertenor).
Beautiful, often bittersweet love songs from the 17th century in Italy (Strozzi, Sances, Rossi), France (airs de cour by Guédron & Moulinié), and England (Johnson & Lanier).
The music from the 12th–14th centuries in France takes us back to days of yore with knights, monks, and poets. Songs of unrequited love and daily challenges are a natural reflection of the society at that time. Special Guests include Peter Maund (percussion), singer and piper Peter Walker (New York).
Claudio Monteverdi and his student, Francesco Cavalli, created musical wonders in the 17th century with ravishing works for soloists, choir, and orchestra for the court, the opera, and the cathedral.
Previous 2019-2020 Concerts
Henry Purcell was one of the greatest English composers before Ralph Vaughn Williams in the 20th century. We celebrate him with works written for the church, the stage, and the court. Special Guests include Peter Walker (baritone) and Ryland Angel (countertenor).
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ALL DONORS WHO CONTRIBUTE $500 OR MORE MAY JOIN THE SEASON SUBSCRIBERS IN THE PREFERRED SEATING* AREA OF THE VENUES
*Preferred seating is held until five minutes before the scheduled concert start time and thereafter may no longer be available.