Night Music charms its audiences with music of the Revolutionary and Romantic eras, performing music of Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven, and beyond on instruments of the time. Founded in 2015, Night Music presents its second concert series in Philadelphia in 2016-17 under the direction of Heather Miller Lardin. This season the ensemble also appears on Haverford College’s concert series (October 2) and as a guest of Bach@7 (November 9). Night Music is a founding member of the Philadelphia Early Music Festival (coming September 2017).

Members of Night Music are active in the early music arena locally, nationally, and internationally. Close to home they are core members in prestigious ensembles such as Tempesta di Mare, the Philadelphia Bach Collegium, Kleine Kammermusik, aMuse Viols, and Brandywine Baroque; and further afield in Boston’s Handel & Haydn Society, New York City’s Trinity Wall Street, the Washington Bach Consort, and many others. They also serve on the faculties of the Curtis Institute of Music, Temple University, the Eastman School of Music, Settlement Music School, and the Amherst Early Music Festival.