Early Music Concert Diary
Please check details with concert organisers before turning up for a concert, as this information comes from a variety of sources which may not all be accurate. Start times are 7.30 pm unless stated. N.B. the * in email addresses has been replaced by * to defeat address-gathering software. Information on concert venues
JUNE
Sat 28 Renaissance Singers directed by David Allinson. St George's Church, Bloomsbury. Sacred music by Robert Fayrfax (born 1464). Featuring the Missa Tecum principium together with antiphons and motets, including the Magnificat 'O bone Jesu', as well as music by near-contemporaries including Nicholas Ludford and John Taverner.
JULY
Sat 5 London, St James' Church, Prebend Street, Islington N1 8PF, 7.30. Poeticall Musicke. Duets for Friends. Intimate Baroque works from France and Italy performed on theorbo and viola da gamba.
Sat 5 The Grosvenor Chapel, Mayfair at 7.30pm. Dido and Aeneas - and more Purcell, with Erica Eloff and Matthew Brook. Petros Singers, advance tickets 24/20, at the door 25/20, Under 12s 1
Wed 9 Hatchlands 12 noon. Joy Vinikour (hpschd) Bach, Rameau
Fri 11 London, Lumen Church, 6.30-7.30, Musicke in the Ayre (Jane Hunt soprano, Din Ghani lute, archlute): Baroque Beginnings, from Peri to Purcell: charting the migration in musical styles from Italy to England through 17th century song www.foundlingmuseum.org.uk
AUGUST
Sat 2 London, St James' Church, Prebend Street, Islington N1 8PF, 7.30. Poeticall Musicke. Instrumental music by Carolan
SEPTEMBER
Sat 27 London, Holy Trinity, Sloane Sq. Platinum Consort. Howells: Requiem plus renaissance motets & modern choral works. PROMS CADOGAN HALL box office
NOVEMBER
Sat 15 London, Holy Trinity, Sloane Sq. Platinum Consort. Eternal mother. Tavener & Josquin PROMS CADOGAN HALL box office
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