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Laura Heimes, soprano
Donna Fournier, viola da gamba
Janet Palumbo, harpsichord


Le Triomphe de l'amour is a chamber music ensemble performing Baroque music on original instruments. Founded in 1991, the ensemble is noted for imaginative programming of familiar and seldom-heard works of the 17th and 18th centuries. Based in Princeton, New Jersey, Triomphe de l'amour presents an annual series of concerts performed in intimate surroundings by members of the ensemble, with local and international guest artists. Frequently working from original sources, the ensemble brings to performance outstanding Baroque music that is rarely heard, such as the English Baroque repertory that the ensemble has revived in a series of concerts. The ensemble has two world premiere recordings: Telemann's Trio Sonatas dans le gout italien (Lyrichord 1999) and Boismortier's Trio Sonatas Opus 41 (2004). Triomphe de l'amour's concerts are presented at the Unitarian Church of Princeton. Triomphe de l'amour has performed at the Boston Early Music Festival and in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and has presented educational and outreach programs.


Contact:
Janet Palumbo, Director
129 Linwood Circle
Princeton, NJ 08540
Phone: (609) 252-0522
Visit Triomphe's Website

info@triomphebaroque.org

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October 12 2014
Oct-12-2014
10th Anniversary of the Guild for Early Music partnering with the Grounds for Sculpture and WWFM.  For regular admission to the Grounds, enjoy an entire day of early music, with more than a dozen groups performing music of the Middle Ages, Renaissance, and Baroque.  Festivities start at 12:30 PM.
 
October 26 2014
Oct-26-2014
La Fiocco** presents Birds of a Feather, Virtuoso Recorder Music of the Renaissance, Baroque, and 21st Century.  Artistic director Lewis R. Baratz is joined by three outstanding young artist recorder players, Aik Shin Tan, Andrew Broadwater, and 17-year-old Piffaro and international recorder competition winner Martin Bernstein. 

Also performing on the program are Ann Bies, a Philadelphia-based recorder player, Lynn Fergusson, Benjamin Berman, John Armato, and John Orluk, performing on viola da gamba, harpsichord, lute, theorbo, cittern, and baroque guitar. 

Works by Henry VIII, Dowland, Trabaci, van Eyck, Telemann, and contemporary prize-winning recorder composer Glen Shannon. 

Trinity Episcopal Church, 6587 Upper York Road, Solebury (New Hope), PA.  $25, $10 students.  For more information, contact info@lafiocco.org. Visit lafiocco.org.

**La Fiocco is a member of the Guild for Early Music.

**Denotes member of the Guild for Early Music

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Meadows Foundation Colonial Day 2006 Kortholts Harpsichordist Janet Palumbo
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