PhilaLandmarks Early Music Series brings the Powel House and the Hill-Physick House to life through vibrant and educational period-instrument chamber music performance.
Philadelphia is the home of numerous world-class early music ensembles. Performances in the lovingly restored PhilaLandmarks houses provide the perfect opportunity to hear and get to know these creative musicians.
Our concerts give the audience a unique chance to experience an intimate and authentic 18th century salon
performance with interspersed educational commentary and a complimentary wine and cheese reception with the musicians.
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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
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Filament is a chamber ensemble, formed in 2019, of Philadelphia-based period-instrument soloists. As an ensemble, they share their collective passion for the rich trio repertoire of the 17th and 18th centuries with preoccupations including music of Northern Germany and Scandinavia, and cross-cultural music-making in Northern Europe.
The Franklin Quartet
performs music from the dawn of the string quartet on period instruments. Named after Age of Enlightenment polymath Benjamin Franklin, the Franklin Quartet brings a spirit of invention and exploration to its presentation of early string quartet repertoire.
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Formed in 2013, Kleine Kammermusik is dedicated to bringing to life the wealth of intimate chamber music from the courts of Europe. Each member brings superb artistry and a high level of virtuosity to music full of dazzling surprises.
Night Music charms its audiences with music of the Revolutionary and Romantic eras, performing music of Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven, and beyond on string and wind instruments of the time.