Date(s) - 01/03/2020
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Harpsichordists Steven Devine and Colin Booth are joined by soprano Kate Semmens in a journey through the music of 17th century England.
Keyboard pieces, duos, and songs from the court of Elizabeth I, form a startling contrast with the new style espoused by Purcell and his contemporaries after the Restoration of Charles II in 1660.
By the time of the reign of Queen Anne, an even more modern style was forming, sowing the seeds of a further evolution in music in the early part of the new 18th century.
Our concert will feature stunning highlights of English music, from the Renaissance to the Baroque.
Tickets £16 (under 18s £8)
Includes tea or coffee during the interval
Pre-booked carvery lunch available at £18