DIARY OF EVENTS
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7 Cifras Imaginarias; Swaledale Festival vihuela duo recital (Ariel Abramovich, Jacob Heringman); Aske Hall Chapel, Richmond, N. Yorks, 4pm.
8 Summer Music by Candlelight sung by Ex Cathedra, 2000, St Mary’s Church, Shrewsbury. www.excathedra.co.uk
8 Pérotin: the Scottish source. Medieval polyphony, University of Glasgow Memorial Chapel. https://yokermusic.scot/?iuchair
10 3.00 pm, Purcell’s The Fairy Queen, Leeds Baroque Choir and Orchestra, conductor Peter Holman. Leeds University School of Music. https://www.leedsbaroque.org/
14-16 Monteverdi: Madrigals of War and Love; vocalists from Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, conductor Jeffrey Skidmore. 1900 all nights + 1400 Saturday, Crescent Theatre, Birmingham. www.bcu.ac.uk/conservatoire
16 Company of Voices with Hugh Cherry (lutes); Chanson d’amour; French love songs, 1500 to 1625; Crecqillon, de la Barre, Lambert. Cilcain Village Hall, N Wales, 1930.
17 Liverpool Renaissance Singers. Glories of the Italian Renaissance. 3.00pm, Holy Trinity Church, Southport.
17 Liverpool Bach Collective. 6:30pm, Mossley Hill Parish Church, L18 8DB. Cantata 29: Wir danken dir, Gott, wir danken dir: We thank you, God, we thank you.
19,20 Summer Music by Candlelight sung by Ex Cathedra, 2030, Birmingham Cathedral. www.excathedra.co.uk
21 K’antu at Commandery, Worcester, various times through the day.
22 Early Music concert, Birmingham Royal Conservatoire students, Old St. Martin’s Church, Worcester, 1300. www.earlymusicworcs.org
23 1900, Quaker Meeting House, Rawdon, Le Plaisirs de Versailles, music (Couperin, 1668 -1733, and contemporaries) from the court of Louis XIV, with ARIOSO.
23 Evening, Leeds Waits, White Rose Ball at Clayhouse, Greetland. Alan Radford firstname.lastname@example.org
28 1300, Sheppard Room, University, Leeds. Le Plaisirs de Versailles, music (Couperin, 1668 -1733, and contemporaries) from the court of Louis XIV, with ARIOSO.
29 Ode to Syria with Jordi Savall and Hespèrion XXI. Birmingham Town Hall, 1930. www.thsh.co.uk
30 Liverpool Renaissance Singers. Glories of the Italian Renaissance. St. Hildeburgh’s Church, Hoylake, Wirral.
30 Espressivo! Italian sacred and secular choral music: Monteverdi, Gesualdo, Lotti, Gabrieli, Rossini, Pizzetti; Birmingham Bach Choir; St. Alban the Martyr Church, Highgate, Birmingham, 1930. www.birmingham.bachchoir.com or 07901 798442.
1 Music to Delight the Ear – C17th and C18th English on period instruments. www.musicadonumdei.com HolmePierrepont Hall nr. Nottingham, 1500.
4 Evening, Leeds Waits, Incidental music for a medieval morality play, International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds. Alan Radford email@example.com
6-14 York Early Music Festival: Brecon Baroque with Rachel Podger, The Sixteen, Gallicantus, Rose Consort of Viols and Paolo Pandolfo. www.ncem.co.uk
7 Daytime, Leeds Waits, Tudor music and dance with White Rose, for history weekend at Temple Newsam, Leeds. Alan Radford firstname.lastname@example.org
7 Handel’s Dixit Dominus, Bach’s Singet dem Herrn; Derwent Singers and period orchestra. Derby Cathedral, 1930. www.derwentsingers.org.uk
10 St George’s Parish Church, Jesmond, 7.30 pm; William Shield’s Opera, The Farmer. Rocket Opera (dir. Austin Gunn) and William Shield Chamber Orchestra (conductor John Treherne). Tickets from Eventbright or at the door. https://www.newcastlegateshead.com/whats-on/william-shield-festival-p822791
11 St Mary’s Heritage Centre, Gateshead Quays, 7.30 pm; William Shield’s Opera, The Farmer. See July 10th.
20 Ebor Singers, York Minster, 7.30pm. www.eborsingers.org.
28 3.00 pm, Music of the Enlightenment, Leeds Baroque Choir and Orchestra, conductor Peter Holman, Leeds College of Music. https://www.leedsbaroque.org/
Contacts for concerts
Birmingham Barber Institute. http://barber.org.uk/ 0121 414 7333
Birmingham Town Hall. www.thsh.co.uk 0121 345 0600.
The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester. 0161 907 9000, 0161 950 0015, www.bridgewater-hall.co.uk
Buxton Festival. 0845 1272190, http://www.buxtonfestival.co.uk
Chandos Choir. www.solihullchandoschoir.org
Chetham‘s School of Music, Long Millgate, Manchester, M3 1SB, 0161 838 7200,
Early Dance Circle Festival, Ann Kent tel. 01484 663842, email email@example.com http://www.earlydancecircle.co.uk/
Fiori Musicali http://fiori-musicali.com
Gregynog Festival. www.gregynogfestival.org
Higham Hall Bassenthwaite Lake, Cockermouth, CA13 9HS, 017687 76276, firstname.lastname@example.org
Kempley Village Hall, http://www.kempleyvillagehall.org.uk/, 07891 254372.
Leeds University, http://concerts.leeds.ac.uk
Leeds Waits. email@example.com
Leicester, Castle House. www.earlymusicleicester.co.uk
Leominster. Tourist Information Centre, firstname.lastname@example.org 01568 616460.
Lichfield Festival. www.lichfieldfestival.org
Liverpool Bach Collective, https://www.liverpoolbach.com/future-events
Liverpool Renaissance Singers. www.liverpoolrenaissancesingers.org
London Festival of Baroque Music, www.lfbm.org.uk
The Magic of Medieval Music https://www.ipmusic.org.uk/medievalmusic
Music in New Radnor. Box office 01544 350268.
Recorders Scotland, Lynne Hope at Recorder Players, 19 West Burnside, Dollar, FK14 7DP, Scotland, UK
Ripon. 01765 605508, www.riponinternationalfestival.com
St Andrew’s & West Church, Edinburgh. Queen’s Hall Box Office, http://www.thequeenshall.net/elsewhere/shows/, 0131-668 2019
St. George’s Singers. www.st-georges-singers.org.uk, 01663 764012.
St Martin’s Church, Worcester. www.stmartinsworcester.org.uk
The Sixteen, www.thesixteen.com
William Byrd Singers. http://www.williambyrdsingers.org.uk/concerts.shtml
Worcester Cathedral. Worcester Live Box Office, 01905 611427
Worcester Huntingdon Hall. Worcester Concert Club, 01905 611427
Worcester Early Music Festival. www.earlymusicworcs.org
Wordsworth Singers www.wordsworthsingers.org.uk , 01900 829622.
York, Sir Jack Lyons Concert Hall, www.york.ac.uk/concerts
York Waits, http://theyorkwaits.org.uk