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  • Harp
    EVENTS 14.04.15

    Merchiston Castle School, Edinburgh

    Eleanor Turner/Clouds Harp Quartet

    It’s obvious when a musician connects with their music and Eleanor Turner certainly does. Celebrated internationally for the warmth and passion she brings to every performance, Eleanor has a refreshingly good-humoured approach to the pedal […]

  • Harp
    EVENTS 13.04.15

    Merchiston Castle School, Edinburgh

    Máire Ní Chathasaigh and Chris Newman/Siobhán Armstrong & Aodán Ó Ceallaigh/Michelle Mulcahy

    Máire Ní Chathasaigh and Chris Newman: This celebrated partnership has brought its special musical vision to venues large and small – from the tiniest of historic churches in England, Germany and Italy to palaces in […]

  • Harp
    EVENTS 13.04.15

    Merchiston Castle School, Edinburgh

    Towards an understanding of historical Gaelic music with Siobhán Armstrong and Aodán Ó Ceallaigh

    A look at the music played and sung by harpers and singers in the Gaelic world of Ireland and the Scottish Highlands and Islands in the 1600s. How can we access their world? Can we […]

  • St John
    EVENTS 11.04.15

    Grand Entrance Hall, Brunel Museum, Rotherhithe

    J.S. Bach – St. John Passion

    Join Hieronymus for their London debut, an exciting performance of J.S. Bach’s St. John Passion. Using a lean, eighteen-piece ensemble, this promises to be an intimate and intense account of Bach’s most dramatic passion setting, […]

  • EVENTS 11.04.15

    Queen Mother Theatre, Walsworth Rd, Hitchin, Hertfordshire SG4 9SP

    Acis and Galatea

    Our magnificent team headed by one of the principal directors of Baroque Stagings, Ian Caddy, who aims to present the production “as Handel would have seen it”. Our usual team of tutors is led by […]

  • Harp
    EVENTS 11.04.15

    Merchiston Castle School, Edinburgh

    Musicke of Sundrie Kindes with Siobhán Armstrong

    What does an ‘historical’ approach imply and in what ways can it inform our playing? In this 5-day harp course, we’ll study historical fingering, phrasing and early sources of tunes to see how they differ […]

  • EVENTS 03.04.15

    Barbican, London

    JS Bach’s St Matthew Passion

    Following a sold-out Barbican performance and acclaimed recording of the St John Passion, Richard Egarr and his brilliant team of soloists turn to the magisterial St Matthew Passion.