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Professional; Presents atmospheric performances of 18th C music featuring period instruments, costume and candlelight. Perfs are enhanced by historically sourced readings from contemporary diarists. New for 2019 - 'Capability Brown' programme exploring the great landscape gardens and houses associated with the architect and garden designer to the gentry. Also, William Herschel Musician and Astronomer - Astrophysicist Professor Andy Newsam narrates the story of Herschel's early life as a professional musician and his rise from humble immigrant musician to Royal Astronomer.
1 Blakeley Brow, Raby Mere, Wirral, CH63 0PS, United Kingdom
Ens in which each member is featured as a soloist joined by equal partners in the true spirit of chmbr music. Cantatas and sonatas of the baroque era. Lynn Selwood, dir. also available for teaching, coaching and workshops.
Associated choir is Choir of the AAM. Also Academy of Ancient Music Chamber Ensemble. Historically informed perf on period insts.
11b King's Parade, Cambridge, CB2 1SJ, United Kingdom
4 Conegra Rd, High Wycombe, Bucks, HP13 6DY
Sacred and secular chmbr cantatas, arrangements of concerti, solo- and trio-sonatas. Period instruments.
Duo with lute, baroque gui, theorbo and rcdrs. Small scale renaissance and baroque rep. W/shops to support National Curriculum.
Austral Harmony takes its name from an early collection of Australian poetry, and is an ensemble of Australian musicians who specialise in playing music of the 18th century fostering a particular interest in the works of J S Bach. Using historical instruments they present innovatively designed programmes and promote less familiar repertoire.
10 Rochester Place, Charlbury, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX7 3SF, United Kingdom
Baroque ens based in Gent, Belgium.
Medieval and traditional. Each programme centred around a medieval theme with song and inst music.
74 Ellison Rd, London, SW16 5BY
Early br music on period insts. 8 tpts/sackbutts, timpani and org/hpd.
4 Hunter Rd, London, SW20 8NZ
Baroque Encounter was formed in 2004 by countertenor Glenn Kesby, harpsichordist Claire Williams and recorder player Lauren Brant. Though soloists in their own right, together they present chamber music recitals mixing ensemble pieces, virtuosic pieces for two (or more) instruments, and vocal and instrumental solos. Forces are enlarged for specific repertoire including theatrical works and dramatic cantatas. Sharing the enjoyment they experience with their music is an important element of their work. They conduct interactive workshops in schools, festivals and as part of some performances.
9 Queen Anne's Terrace, Leatherhead, KT22 7HR, United Kingdom
9 Queen Anne's Terrace, Leatherhead, KT22 7HR
The dynamic ensemble Brecon Baroque was founded in 2007 by violinist Rachel Podger as resident ensemble at her annual Brecon Baroque Festival. Brecon Baroque specialises in the music of J.S. Bach and his contemporaries, mostly as a one-to-a-part ensemble based on the Cafe Zimmerman ensemble which Bach himself directed. They also appear as a small baroque orchestra for Vivaldi, Telemann, Purcell and Handel.
Percius Artist and Project Management, AdviceHub, 66 Devonshire Rd, Cambridge, CB1 2BL
Period inst ens. All concerts informally introduced, explaining sociological background. Specialises in the music of the late 18th C, especially Haydn and his English contemporaries. Austria, Hungary.
64 Frances Rd, Windsor, SL4 3AJ
Performs in period costume for concerts and social functions. Andrew Challinger, baroque ob, rcdr; Hazel Todd, baroque ob; Veronica Thomas, baroque bsn; John Dunnett, hpd.
143 Aylesbury Rd, Wendover, HP22 6LJ
2-30 players in music from the 17th and 18th Cs.
6 Dane Drive, Cambridge, CB3 9LP