Bragle’s “sterling interpretation” with Tempesta di Mare

Posted on Oct 2, 2017 in Meg Bragle, Reviews | No Comments
Bragle’s “sterling interpretation” with Tempesta di Mare

“Tempesta’s chamber ensemble was comprised of co-director Gwyn Roberts on flute & recorder, violinists Emlyn Ngai & Rebecca Harris, Lisa Terry on cello & viola da gamba, co-director and theorbo player Richard Stone, and harpsichordist Adam Pearl. Together they caught the courtly elegance, exquisite phrasing, lively rhythms and tart timbres of the five instrumental works and joined mezzo-soprano Meg Bragle for the evening’s largest piece, the Cantata: “Ei nun, mein liebster Jesu” (Oh now, my dearest Jesus). It received a sterling interpretation.”

— Read more at Chestnut Hill Local.

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