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Support the Artists of House of Time

In an effort to support our artists during COVID-19, House of Time disperses any funds from the House of Time Unemployment Fund, to the musicians whose extraordinary performances have made our concerts so memorable. We encourage you to support us or any of the groups doing good work to get our community through this. Performers are by no means the only ones bearing the economic brunt of this crisis but we sincerely hope that with your help we can get through this!

 

House of Time is a fiscal project of Gotham Early Music Scene, a 501(c)3 registered non-profit and excels due to the generosity of its donors.All donations are tax-deductible.  

OR send a check in the mail made payable to:

 

House of Time/GEMS

340 Riverside Drive Suite 1-A

New York, NY 10025

House of Time's programs are made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

"House of Time is a treasure.  Their thoughtful programming always features a delightful surprise or two, while the ensemble plays with great verve, passion and sheer joy, resulting in beautiful music played beautifully.  They are worthy of the widest possible audience."

-Neal Aponte, Ph.D.

"Experiencing the wonderful HoT concerts at The Lounge in Washington Heights is the closest one can get to recreating the intimacy of an 18th century drawing room recital. Highly recommended."

-Richard Sterne, Shakespearean Actor 

"House of Time represents the epitome of the Early Music Renaissance now underway in New York City.  Historically informed techniques applied to period instruments, by highly educated players in an ever expanding repertoire, is the ensemble’s notable hallmark.  By always introducing their music with delightful discourse, and by seeking out new young talent, House of Time has placed itself clearly in the forefront of a movement that passionately seeks to make the past come alive today."

-Joseph J, Latona, Ph.D.

"Hearing your trio sonatas is like listening to the music of friendship."

-Dennis Edemeka, Baroque music enthusiast 

"The quality of the playing, the ensemble, and obvious joy you all had made for a wonderful experience for the audience.  Gonzalo's 'reverse engineering' of the Vivaldi was a hoot.  We are very familiar with the piece (too familiar!), and thought his conception and your execution made an old war horse fresh and exciting."

-Anonymous audience member 

"The concert was most interesting and most enjoyable! You and your fellow musicians offer wonderful music with such skill and obvious love, that sharing it with us is like having intimate access to your  world of discovery."

-Anonymous audience member 

"The concert was most interesting and most enjoyable! You and your fellow musicians offer wonderful music with such skill and obvious love, that sharing it with us is like having intimate access to your  world of discovery."

-Anonymous audience member 

"Hi HoT, I loved the concert tonight. I was very moved. This was the first HOT concert I attended and I will definitely return next season. I'm sure I will never forget tonight's concert. It was just beautiful!!"

-Anonymous audience member 

"I have so many versions of the Four Seasons, but your particular performance here feels so nuanced, drawn and pulled to perfection.  Not being a musician, I don’t know what liberties musicians take with the music, but some of the passages seem teased and extended, shaped by feeling. I was deeply moved."

-Dana White

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