The information about our next two workshops including application forms is now available.
The first Ecce… Peter Philips! is being tutored by Peter Syrus. Peter hardly needs any introduction as one of our resident gurus.
The second In nominees Domini: Early Tudor sacred Music is being tutored by David Allinson. David makes a very welcome return to the North West to take this day for us.
The choir has a concert on the 19th of May which sounds of interest. It is to celebrate the anniversaries of composers from de la Rue to Parry.
7.30 pm Christ Church, West Didsbury, Manchester. M20 2ZD
The flier is here
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The details of the workshop with Peter Syrus in June have just been added. 2018-06 Peter Philips
This recording is available on YouTube Ascendit Deus in jubilatione there is another by the Monteverdi choir of the 8 part Ecce, vicit leo which is astonishingly fast.
The Other events and concerts pages have been updated today.
The Leominster Festival which was due to happen this weekend has been postponed because of the weather.
The details and application form for the workshop with Don Greig are now available. See NWEMF Workshops
The events and concerts pages of the web site have been updated today.
I Fagiolini are performing in Liverpool on the 1st of February.
The details are here
We have had this information through about the Birmingham International Recorder and Early Music Festival, at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire this coming February from Martin Perkins, Head of Early Music & Instrument Curator, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire.
There’s a huge range of events spread over 4 days: concerts, recitals, masterclasses, films, workshops, exhibitions and talks, and a Young Recorder Soloists’ Competition. We have international soloists visiting, well-known groups from the world of early music, and some innovative projects presenting old music in new ways.
There will also be an Early Music Market between 16th and 18th Feb, with many instrument makers, organisations and shops present in the building.
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