Early Music York Early Music Festival

Alamire

 

 

Saturday 6 July 7.30pm
Alamire
Reserved seating central nave: £30.00
Unreserved side aisles & balcony: £25.00 (Concessions £23.00 | *Under 35s £6.00)
St Michael le Belfrey Church, High Petergate

directed by David Skinner
Camilla Harris, Laura Oldfield sopranos
Helen Charlston, Martha McLorinan altos
William Balkwill, Steven Harrold, Nick Todd, Simon Wall tenors
Richard Bannan, Damian O’Keeffe baritones
William Gaunt, Robert Macdonald basses

Songs of the Reformation by Thomas Tallis

For centuries England enjoyed an unbroken church music tradition deeply rooted in the long-established Catholic rituals, but the mid-16th century Reformation replaced that complex Catholic rite with the slimline volume that was the Book of Common Prayer. Thomas Tallis was among the composers who forged a path forward amid this ‘shock of the new’ to produce the earliest liturgical music in English. Alamire’s concert presents the finest examples of his craft across the changing liturgical demands of four Tudor monarchs: Henry VIII, Edward VI, Mary and Elizabeth I.

Performances from David Skinner’s choir Alamire, are a joy; flawless intonation and clear diction.’ The Arts Desk

alamire.co.uk

Supported by The Queens Hotel

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When & Where

St Michael le Belfrey Church
Enough tickets
Sat, Jul 6
19:30

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  • Event 6: Songs of the Reformation

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