Joyce Lindorff

Creatively Speaking
1:43 pm
Tue July 29, 2014

Parlor Music of the Past: Still As Fun As Ever

Joyce Lindorff

Big revelations sometimes come in unassuming packages. And when Temple University harpsichordist Joyce Lindorff spent a month at historic Williamsburg, Virginia studying parlor music from colonial times, she came away  with new ways of playing and hearing. It was also, as The Philadelphia Inquirer's David Patrick Stearns reports, a lot of fun! 

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Creatively Speaking
7:59 pm
Mon July 15, 2013

Temple Keyboard Professor Discovers The Fun In New, Old Music

Harpsichordist Joyce Lindorff

Big revelations sometimes come in unassuming packages. Little did Temple University harpsichordist Joyce Lindorff know when she spent a month at historic Williamsburg, Virginia studying parlor music from colonial times - and on the instruments that were played - that she would come out with new ways of playing and hearing, and that it would be so much fun.  The Philadelphia Inquirer's David Patrick Stearns reports.

Joyce Lindorff plays Music from The Harpsichord Miscellany on a just-released recording.

Creatively Speaking
10:59 am
Sat March 14, 2009

Joyce Lindorff--Woodmere Art Museum's Juried Show--Germantown "History Hunters"--Fulton Opera House

/u>More Perfect Union, by Elynne N. Rosenfeld, will be on display as part of the Woodmere Art Museum's 69th Annual Juried Exhibition

Jim Cotter speaks with harpsichordist and Temple University music professor Joyce Lindorff. A celebration of early keyboard music she's helped organize culminates with a concert featuring music from 18th-century Philadelphia this weekend.

Susan Lewis looks at the Woodmere Art Museum's Contemporary Voices: The 69th Annual Juried Exhibition in the Chestnut Hill section of Philadelphia.

Tom Keels explores the cooperation between Germantown's historic sites and the local school district that has made thousands of students into "History Hunters."

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