Events Diary

2017

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  • Fri
    21
    Jul
    2017

    Travels with Telemann

    7.30

    All Saints Church, King's Lynn (Part of the King's Lynn Festival)

    Annabel Knight - Recorders and Baroque Flute
    Robin Bigwood - Harpsichord

     In Telemann’s 250th anniversary year, we celebrate this charismatic and well-travelled composer who made a life’s work from publishing and transmitting music for the ‘pleasure of the people’.

     

  • Tue
    08
    Aug
    2017

    Travels with Telemann

    7.30pm

    The Cyder House, Owlpen Manor, Uley, Glos GL11 5BZ

    A Passacaglia Duo concert with Robin Bigwood, Harpsichord.

    In Telemann’s 250th anniversary year, we celebrate this charismatic and well-travelled composer who made a life’s work from publishing and transmitting music for the ‘pleasure of the people’.

    NB This concert is a double bill with JS Bach's Goldberg Variations at 9pm and is part of the Woodhouse Recorder Week at Owlpen Manor.

    Tickets available from owlpenbaroque.eventbrite.com or on the door, priced £10 for one concert or £15 for both. 

    Studio - Passacaglia Ensemble
    Robin Bigwood-White Background

  • Tue
    07
    Nov
    2017

    The Nightingale's Response

    18.30

    All Saints' Church, Limes Road, Kemble,
    Cirencester, Gloucestershire.
    GL7 6AE

    Fontanella will present a family-friendly preview of their CD release concert, The Nightingale's Response, ahead of their appearance at the Greenwich International Early Music Festival later in the week. 

    With music from the medieval and renaissance period up to the present day, including music by Machaut, Byrd, Purcell and Joseph Kosma, Fontanella's programme will be performed on an array of instruments including their magnificent 15-piece renaissance recorder consort.

    Tickets: £10 adults; Children free

    Tickets available from Eventbrite

  • Thu
    09
    Nov
    2017

    The Nightingale's Response

    17.30

    All Saint's Church, Blackheath

    Part of the Royal Greenwich International Early Music Festival

     

    Releasing their latest CD, The Nightingale's Response, Fontanella will perform music on the theme of nature and birdsong, including original and music by Machaut, Monteverdi, Byrd, Campion and Saint-Saens, plus Tim Coker's fantastic 'Wild Wood' for Paetzold recorders.

  • Fri
    10
    Nov
    2017

    Vivaldi Undercover

    17.30

    All Saints’ Church, Blackheath SE3 0TY (Part of the Royal Greenwich International Early Music Festival 2017).

    Tickets available here

     

    'Vivaldi Undercover’

    Passacaglia with guest artist Tobie Miller, hurdy-gurdy

    In this invigorating and colourful programme, Passacaglia explores Vivaldi’s music as it masquerades in various different guises, including music from Chedeville’s version of The Four Seasons with virtuoso hurdy gurdy, along with JS Bach’s wonderful keyboard transcriptions, and Passacaglia’s own take on Vivaldi’s virtuosic 'La Follia’ Sonata.

  • Thu
    23
    Nov
    2017

    Vivaldi Undercover

    19.30pm

    Cello Factory, 33-34 Cornwall Rd, Waterloo, London SE1 8TJ

     

    In this invigorating and colourful programme, Passacaglia explores Vivaldi’s music as it masquerades in various different guises, including music from The Four Seasons,  JS Bach’s wonderful keyboard transcriptions, and Passacaglia’s own take on Vivaldi’s virtuosic 'La Follia’ Sonata.

    Tickets £12/£6 Concessions
     
    Online tickets available; also available on the door.
    For more information, tel 01285 771155