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Garmany Music Series to Kick Off With Tempesta di Mare
The Hartt School will present Tempesta di Mare (Philadelphia Baroque Orchestra), the first concert of the 2012-13 Richard P. Garmany Chamber Music Series, on Thursday, Oct. 18, at 7:30 p.m. in Millard Auditorium.
University of Hartford students, faculty, and staff may receive one free ticket by presenting current University ID at the University Box Office in Lincoln Theater. Individual concert tickets are $35 and series subscriptions are $120, with discounts on individual tickets and subscriptions for seniors, educators, University of Hartford alumni, students, and groups. To purchase series subscriptions or individual tickets, or for additional information, please visit or call the University Box Office at 860.768.4228 or 800.274.8587, or visit www.hartford.edu/hartt.
Tempesta di Mare (Philadelphia Baroque Orchestra) is an internationally acclaimed 22-player orchestra, which performs on Baroque instruments and is recognized for its imaginative programming and performance of early music. The conductorless ensemble boasts an ongoing series of highly praised recordings on the Chandos label, and a busy touring schedule on both sides of the Atlantic. Fanfare calls Tempesta di Mare “fresh, vibrant and spontaneous, representing the perfect marriage between musical instinct and meticulous scholarship.” To learn more about this dynamic orchestra, visit www.Tempestadimare.org.
The 2012-13 Richard P. Garmany Chamber Music Series also will feature eighth blackbird on Nov. 15; Imani Winds on Feb. 21, 2013; and Miró Quartet with special guest artist Colin Currie, percussion, on April 4, 2013.
The Garmany Series, which quickly has established itself as the region's premier showcase for visiting chamber music artists, is made possible in part by a grant from the Richard P. Garmany Fund at the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving.