This coming weekend is Harpsichord Heaven - glorious Baroque music performed by top-flight harpsichordists on original instruments in the beautiful spring countryside of Brandywine, DE ...
About Capriccio's Concert Offerings: All our concerts present programs of 60-80 minutes duration. Our signature Tiny Concerts are held in a small, intimate venue where attendees & artists mingle post-concert over complimentary fine wines & beverages. Lux Concerts welcome small audiences to exclusive venues & lavish pre/post-concert complimentary canapés, wines & beverages. Our full-evening social Soirées follow Baroque-era practices: musical programs are matched with a complimentary, multi-course seated meal served with exceptional wines & beverages.
Andrew Appel, Harpsichord
Loretta O'Sullivan, Baroque Cello
Paige Whitley-Bauguess, Baroque Dancer
Capriccio introduces the launch of its new OenoNote Blog for music & wine lovers! Don Winkler, wine reviewer & co-publisher of the International Wine Review (IWR), will be reviewing fine wines, those special accompaniments to an evening of glorious Baroque music. With this Blog it'll be possible to get full information on wines served at Capriccio's concerts; access helpful reviews when choosing wines for your own special listening events; & hear artists' perspectives on wine & music pairings. Click on the OenoNote link at top right of this home page to read Don's first Blog on some fine Italian Varietals.
Capriccio is delighted to welcome Erik Ryding as a principal Blogger on its new Music Review & Literary Review Blogs. A lutenist, Erik Ryding is an award-winning author, writer of program notes for NYC's most prestigious music venues, pre-concert lecturer, & president of Quill Classics. Click on "Music Reviews" above to read Erik's blog on a recent NYC happening.
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A poem by Francis Orray Ticknor
“In one room of this deserted mansion we came upon an old harpsichord
with a single unbroken string. Evoking the last sound from it, we extracted
the key, which you will find herewith.” – Letter from the Old Dominion