Events Diary

2021

  • Sat
    04
    Sep
    2021

    Fontanella: The Delightful Companion

    7.30pm

    St Michael’s Church, 158 High Street, Lewes BN7 1XU

    Tickets £12 available from The Workshop Series 

     

    Drawing on a vast array of recorders from the tiny garklein to the great sub-contra bass (including a 15-piece renaissance consort), the recorder quartet Fontanella present a programme aptly named after Robert Carr’s popular music book, published in London in the 1680s.

    From a virtuosic concerto by John Baston, to divisions on the famous Greensleeves, Henry Purcell’s Chaconne 3 Parts Upon a Ground and hits from The Catch Club, this concert promises to paint a colourful musical landscape of a country regaining its rich musical identity after the austerity years of Cromwell’s rule, the great plague and fire of London.

    With additional repertoire by Locke, Campion, Banister, tunes from the Division Flute and Playford’s Dancing Master.

    Kindly supported by the Continuo Foundation

     

  • Fri
    10
    Sep
    2021

    Fontanella: The Delightful Companion

    7.30pm

    Tickets £15 (£5 students)

    See MAMS Website for more information, or buy on the door

     

    Drawing on a vast array of recorders from the tiny garklein to the great sub-contra bass (including a 15-piece renaissance consort), the recorder quartet Fontanella present a programme aptly named after Robert Carr’s popular music book, published in London in the 1680s.

    From a virtuosic concerto by John Baston, to divisions on the famous Greensleeves, Henry Purcell’s Chaconne 3 Parts Upon a Ground and hits from The Catch Club, this concert promises to paint a colourful musical landscape of a country regaining its rich musical identity after the austerity years of Cromwell’s rule, the great plague and fire of London.

    With additional repertoire by Locke, Campion, Banister, tunes from the Division Flute and Playford’s Dancing Master.

    Kindly supported by the Continuo Foundation

     

     

  • Sun
    19
    Sep
    2021

    Fontanella: The Delightful Companion

    4.30 and 7pm

    The Causeway, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 1HE

    Tickets £13/£3

    Full details

    Drawing on a vast array of recorders from the tiny garklein to the great sub-contra bass (including a 15-piece renaissance consort), the recorder quartet Fontanella present a programme aptly named after Robert Carr’s popular music book, published in London in the 1680s.

    From a virtuosic concerto by John Baston, to divisions on the famous Greensleeves, Henry Purcell’s Chaconne 3 Parts Upon a Ground and hits from The Catch Club, this concert promises to paint a colourful musical landscape of a country regaining its rich musical identity after the austerity years of Cromwell’s rule, the great plague and fire of London.

    With additional repertoire by Locke, Campion, Banister, tunes from the Division Flute and Playford’s Dancing Master.

    Kindly supported by the Continuo Foundation

     

     

     

  • Wed
    20
    Oct
    2021

    Preludes and Moogs

    7.30pm

    Music in the Village, Walthamstow, UK
    St Michael & All Angels, Northcote Road, London E17 6PQ
    Details and ticket info

    Bach on Synths 

    More information at www.artofmoog.com

  • Thu
    04
    Nov
    2021

    CBSO Baroque Ensemble: Centre Stage

    2pm

    CBSO Centre, Birmingham

    Music by JS Bach, Handel and Telemann

    Tickets and more information

     

  • Thu
    25
    Nov
    2021

    Fontanella: The Delightful Companion

    7.30pm

    The Lights Theatre, West Street, Andover  SP10 1AH

     

    Drawing on a vast array of recorders from the tiny garklein to the great sub-contra bass (including a 15-piece renaissance consort), the recorder quartet Fontanella present a programme aptly named after Robert Carr’s popular music book, published in London in the 1680s.

    From a virtuosic concerto by John Baston, to divisions on the famous Greensleeves, Henry Purcell’s Chaconne 3 Parts Upon a Ground and hits from The Catch Club, this concert promises to paint a colourful musical landscape of a country regaining its rich musical identity after the austerity years of Cromwell’s rule, the great plague and fire of London.

    With additional repertoire by Locke, Campion, Banister, tunes from the Division Flute and Playford’s Dancing Master.

    Kindly supported by the Continuo Foundation

     

     

  • Sat
    11
    Dec
    2021

    The Workshop Ensemble

    7.30pm

    Cliffe Hall, Cliffe Square, Cliffe High Street, Lewes BN7 2AT

     

    Annabel Knight, flute and recorder
    Alison Bury, violin
    Richard Earle, oboe
    Robin Bigwood, harpsichord

    The Workshop Series directors, past and present, offer a programme of baroque favourites by Telemann, Bach and Handel

    Tickets and more details