Friday 21 March 7:30pm c.1 hour
NCEM, YorkN Adults £5.00 | Concessions £3.00
Live stream connection here

Bethany Seymour soprano
Jennifer Cohen flute
Ian Hoggart recorders
Peter Seymour  harpsichord

 

In den angenehmen Büschen HWV 209   GF Handel (1685-1759)

Aria Sopra la Bergamasca   Marco Uccellini (c.1603 – 1680)

Bess of Bedlam   Henry Purcell (1659-1695)
Sweeter than roses   Purcell

Sonata Seconda Op. 3 No 2   Michel Blavet
Andante e Spicato Allegro Minoetto    (1700 – 1768)

Alpestre monte HWV 81  Handel

Ei! Wie schmeckt der Coffee süße BWV 211   JS Bach (1685-1750)
Seufzer, Tränen, Kummer, Not BWV 21   Bach

Sonata in G minor La Lumague Op. 2 No 4   Blavet
Adagio – Allemanda: Allegro – Ciciliana – Presto – Allegro ‘Le Lutin’

Meine Seele hört im Sehen HWV 207   Handel

Join us for a pan-European celebration of JS Bach’s birthday with music by Handel, Purcell, Castello and Bach in the company of early music specialists across Europe. This, the second European Day of Early Music, is organised in association with the University of York, the European Early Music Network – REMA – and supported by UNESCO. The European Day of Early Music will be live-streamed by clicking here.

The European Day of Early Music programme of events can be found here

25 Jul 2014 Friday 08:00 pm
Kloster Eberbach, Basilika

Veronika Winter Soprano
Markus Schäfer Tenor
Matthias Vieweg Bass
Rheinische Kantorei
Das Kleine Konzert
Hermann Max Conductor

Johann Sebastian Bach
Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen BWV 51

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
Die Auferstehung und Himmelfahrt Jesu Oratorio Wq 240

Celebrating 300th Birthday anniversary of CPE Bach. The Rheingau festival is a very popular festival and this evenings concert is held in the impressive Basilika of Kloster Eberbach. These concerts are very well attended and it is encouraged to purchase tickets early.

Vox Musica
Director Michael Berman

Southbank Sinfonia
Conductor Simon Over

This summer, join Southbank Sinfonia for an unforgettable experience in the exquisite Tuscan hill-town of Anghiari. For many friends and supporters, our annual residency at the Anghiari Festival is the highlight of the year where orchestral, choral and chamber music abounds from every piazza, church and cloister.

Highlights from the Festival programme will include Schubert’s lyrical fifth symphony, Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto and the ever-popular Coro Maratona where singers from Britain and Italy come together with the orchestra to perform Mendelssohn’s Song of Praise.

We are joined by friends old and new, as Vox Musica return for a baroque concert this year taking place in Anghiari’s central Propositura church, the Parliament Choir joins forces with the Coro Maratona and special guests the Allegri Quartet perform side-by-side with Southbank Sinfonia players for Mendelssohn’s impassioned Octet. Alongside all our evening concerts are a whole host of lunchtime and early evening chamber concerts where you can enjoy works by Gershwin, Piazzolla and Mussorgsky among others.

Southbank Sinfonia

Bethany Seymour soprano
Catrin Woodruff soprano
Nancy Cole alto
James Gilchrist tenor
Matthew Brook bass
Peter Seymour conductor 

Yorkshire Baroque Soloists

CPE Bach is known today mainly for his symphonies, concertos and keyboard works, but he was also a prolific composer of choral music. His final twenty years in particular were distinguished by a series of elevating oratorios on sacred subjects that are among the most important Protestant vocal works of the second half of the 18th century, and an important link between the oratorios of Handel and Haydn. The Passion cantata

Du Göttlicher – also known as Die letzten Leiden des Erlösers, and heard here in a rare performance – is one of the best and most individual of them, a dramatic and expressive sharing of Christ’s last sufferings in which Bach’s original and characterful genius shines out in every bar.

Yorkshire Baroque Soloists
York Early Music Festival 2014

Saturday 28th June 2014 7.30pm in St Mary’s Church, Woburn

Goodall Eternal Light
Lauridson Sure on this Shining night and Lux Aeterna
Britten Simple Symphony

Conductor Howard Goodall
Soprano Bethany Seymour
Baritone Jonathan Gunthorpe

Danesborough Chorus

For tickets click here. Woburn Parish church is a wonderful venue and this concert has a long interval to allow people to enjoy a picnic in the grounds (picnic not provided).