28.04.13 6.00pm, St Mary's Church, Boxford, Suffolk; £17, £13, £11 (half-price to anyone in full-time education)


Fred Jacobs (lute) plays early seventeenth-century music by John Dowland and his contemporaries, including Dowland’s famous Lachrimae pavan; an expressive pavan by Robert Johnson, who wrote music for Shakespeare’s late plays; a virtuoso suite by the eccentric German-Italian lutenist Johann Hieronymous Kapsberger, and dances by the French composers Robert Ballard, Jacques Gaultier and René Mesangeau – the last from a recently discovered autograph manuscript.


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