• EVENTS 23.07.14

    Garrick's Temple, Garrick's Lawn, Hampton Court Road, Hampton on Thames, TW12 2EN


    To commemorate the 250th anniversary of the death of Jean-Philippe Rameau, a concert of harpsichord music by Rameau, Francois Couperin, Pancrace Royer and Jean-Baptiste Antoine Forqueray in the elegant historic surroundings of Garrick’s Temple to [...]

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    EVENTS 22.07.14

    The Old Librray, West Dean College

    Chilingirian Quartet in Concert

    The Chilingirian Quartet in Concert. Schubert Quartettsatz in C Minor Beethoven Op59 No3 Schubert G Major

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    EVENTS 22.07.14

    All Saints Church, King's Lynn

    Eternal Summer

    Renaissance wind band Blondel invite you to a celebration of the joys of summer as seen through the eyes of renaissance lovers, from the humblest goat-herd to the noblest of kings. Hear songs and dances [...]

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    EVENTS 18.07.14

    St Olave's Church, Mary gate

    Thalia Ensemble

    Bohemian-born Anton Reicha was a prolific and wide-ranging composer, a theorist and a friend of Haydn and Beethoven, but it is for his attractive and skilfully wrought chamber music for winds that he is known [...]

  • EVENTS 17.07.14

    The Quire, York Minster

    The Cardinall’s Musick

    Spain, Defender of the Faith: Masterpieces from the greatest Empire of the 16th century At its height Spain was the most powerful, the most influential and the richest country in 16th-century Europe, the primary defenders [...]

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    EVENTS 16.07.14

    NCEM, St Margaret's Church

    University of York Baroque Ensemble

    Baroque Celebrations The ever-popular University of York Baroque Ensemble appears once more at the Festival to celebrate the anniversaries of three Baroque composers. Carl Philip Emanuel, born 300 years ago, is represented by one of [...]

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    EVENTS 16.07.14

    NCEM, St Margaret's Church

    Maria Kiehr and Ariel Abromovich

    Andad pasiones, andad Although it is known that songs were sung to the accompaniment of the vihuela, or Spanish lute, in 15th-century Spain, no written examples survive. Ariel Abramovich’s painstakingly made reconstructions peel back the [...]