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Tabea Debus, recorder

Adam Cockerham, archlute

March 2, 2023
Philadelphia Episcopal Cathedral
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Event Location: Philadelphia Episcopal Cathedral, 19 South 38th Street

Early music sensation Tabea Debus “is a charismatic virtuoso” (The Times) known for her ability to coax an astonishing spectrum of moods and timbres from the recorder. In a program entitled Ohrwurm (German for “earworm”), Debus is joined by Adam Cockerham on archlute for a delightful compilation of memorable pieces by Bach, Monteverdi, Purcell and more from the 17th and 18th centuries. Seamlessly spanning the eras of recorder repertoire, “she turns some captivating fandangos, jigs, and other dances into outright toe-tappers...like an informal but fiery set at a jazz club.” (Early Music America)

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Photo credits:
1: Ben Ealovega
2: Kaupo Kikkas