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Mi Luna performs on rarely heard and seen instruments and specializes in unique versatile programmes, suitable for all ages, backgrounds and venues. Presenting a musical journey through ethnic influences and improvisation Mi Luna creates an exciting fusion between early & contemporary, traditional & modern music and dance. Programmes include: Spanish Spice Revisited - a fusion of Spanish Baroque dance music with the rich culture of Flamenco music and dance, Tropical Baroque – a fusion of Baroque & Caribbean music and dance. A visit to the hidden culture of the Jamaican Maroons.
11 Boleyn Close, Walthamstow, 11 Boleyn Close, E17 6QZ, United Kingdom
Early Years music experts Sound Children make Music Kits specially designed to enable any enthusiastic Early Years practitioner to lead effective and enjoyable music sessions with babies and young children - no prior musical training is needed. The whole basis of the approach is that musical learning happens only by doing and especially by doing together and so everything is designed to make it as easy as possible for the children (and the teachers) to make music together. It’s an innovative and accessible approach and it works - the Music Kits have already won a host of Early Years awards.
21 Shaftesbury Avenue, Nottingham, NG14 5GL, United Kingdom
Baroque period ensemble. Specialises in rare, early 18th century English music. Also performs well-known composers of the period along with modern works for virtuoso recorders, 'cello and harpsichord. Music of Mystery, Mirth & Madness: educational concert presentation designed for children. Group also offers m/classes, coaching sessions, w/shops and lecture recitals. 'excellently played recital…alluringly sweet-toned.' (The Sunday Times) 'performances are equally elegant and polished…perfectly co-ordinated ensemble' (The Telegraph) 'style and intelligence' (Gramophone)
The Ranch House, Cherry Lane, Birdham, West Sussex, PO20 7AR, United Kingdom
The next York Early Music International Young Artists Competition takes place on 13 July 2019. Eligibility: average age of members must be 32 on day of competition; minimum of 2 members; playing repertory from the Middle Ages to 19th c on period insts. Prizes: £1000 plus opportunities for performing, recording and broadcasting; special prizes. Entry fees: £100 per ens. Location: NCEM, York. Frequency: Biennial.
York Early Music Festival, National Centre for Early Music, Walmgate, York, YO1 9TL, United Kingdom