Category Archives: Historic Locales
On June 3rd, 2017, The Practitioners of Musick were invited to present a program based on the reign of George III and Queen Charlotte. This presentation was made possible owing to the generous assistance of the Monmouth County Historical Association. … Continue reading
On April 21st, 2017, The Practitioners of Musick attended a conference entitled “The Art of Period Dress”. In photo, John speaks with Mark Hutter, tailor, of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. The conference was held at the historic courthouse in Flemington, … Continue reading
SACRED HARMONY was published by Benjamin Carr in 1803. Much of the music from that collection was performed under the auspices of the Practitioners of Musick who have an original copy. In the photo above, girls from Princeton High School … Continue reading
The Practitioners of Musick were delighted to offer musical entertainment on the occasion of the 350th anniversary of the establishment of the colony of New Jersey. The congratulatory speech given by the Constable of the Isle of Jersey (from which … Continue reading
Rockingham, also know as the Berrien Mansion, served as headquarters in 1783 for General George Washington as he wrote his farewell address to the Continental Armies. The General and Mrs. Washington lived at Rockingham while the Continental Congress met in … Continue reading
June 2, 2012 Saturday 1:00 PM -4:00 PM Marlpit Hall 137 Kings Highway Middletown, NJ A Celebration of the Birthday of King George III -presented by John Burkhalter & Donovan Klotzbeacher MARLPIT HALL built in 1756 was the home of a … Continue reading
On March 21, 2012, The Practitioners of Musick gave a presentation concerning music in 18th-century Dublin. The talk was enhanced by illustrations and a relevant musical entertainment.