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The Herdwick Consort have some concerts coming up.
The first is at Kirkby Stephen.
Then there is a pair at Scalesceugh Hall, on 15th and 16th December both at 2.30. They will be doing the same programme on both days. Booking online at www.scalesceughvillas.co.uk or tel 07888 896 902 or email email@example.com. The concerts feature Eden Baroque (Michael Sanderson, voice, baroque violin, and Katharine May, harpsichord) playing festive music from times past. Tickets £12 to include mince pies and mulled wine.
Our next day event is on the French Chanson and is with Deborah Catterall. The date is the 27th October. The place is Bethesda chapel in Mold. Do come the music is lovely and was used by Deborah in a recent series of concerts by “The Company of Voices” Application form and more details as usual HERE
ALTHOUGH IT DOES NOT SAY ON THE FORM THIS IS FOR VOICES AND INSTRUMENTS BUT NOT LOUD WIND!! SO RECORDERS FLUTES AND VIOLS ARE WELCOME.
The September newsletter is now on the web site and available for our members. Do think of joining as membership with access to the newsletter and reduced fees at workshops only costs £10 a year.
The closing date for a our day with David Allinson is fast approaching so do please get your application in soon.
Details and application forms for the later 2019 events are now on the workshop listings page
The day workshop with David Allinson is on the 22nd September. Do remember to apply in time for the workshop. We need to let David know the numbers coming in advance so he can prepare the music. Details as usual are on the workshops page
Do not forget to apply for our workshop with David Allinson on the 22nd September. David’s events are rightly very popular and it is lovely to welcome him back to the North West. The details and application forms as usual are on the workshop page.
The National Early Music Association and the Brighton Early Music Festival
are joining together to put on a Conference on Vocal Sound and Style 1450 to
1650 in Brighton on 20/21 October 2018. Papers will be given by a number of
distinguished contributors on topics such as style, ornamentation, vibrato,
pronunciation and rhetoric. There will be live vocal illustrations, a
masterclass with young professional singers, round-table discussions and a
singing workshop led by Deborah Roberts. There are links to the booking form
and programme from the NEMA web site www.earlymusic.info