Arcadia Players - New England's Period Instrument Ensemble
Arcadia Players embraces
practice to illuminate
and invigorate the
great Western heritage
of vocal and
Next event: Mozart
Friday, October 5, 2018
Sweeney Concert Hall, Smith College
Advance tickets: $37.50 General admission, $10 Student with ID
Purchase advance tickets online ($3 fee) and bring your receipt, or print order form at arcadiaplayers.org. Group tickets ($25 each, 6+ people, single payment) or individual tickets may also be purchased by credit card at 413-586-8742. Any tickets still available will be sold at the door for $40.
About this event.
Our opening concert features two of Mozart's greatest instrumental works, played on period instruments - his Concerto for Fortepiano and Orchestra no. 21 in C, K467 and Symphony no. 41, K551 - better known as the "Jupiter". The concerto was used in the award winning film Elvira Madigan. Sweeney Concert Hall will showcase both orchestra and soloist to great advantage.
Arcadia Players’ 2018-19 concert season is made possible through the support of our patrons and donors, our hosts Mount Holyoke College, Grace Episcopal Church, Amherst, and Wesley United Methodist Church, Hadley, our media sponsor New England Public Radio, and in 2017 by the Cultural Councils of Amherst, South Hadley and Hadley, and the Northampton Arts Council, local agencies supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency. Arcadia Players is Ensemble-in-Residence at the Arthur F. Kinney Center for Interdisciplinary Renaissance Studies.