York Early Music Festival

Images of Virtue and War


10.00am – c.11.00am
Venue NCEM, St Margaret’s Church, Walmgate

Tickets Reserved seating £10.00 including coffee & biscuits on arrival

The reign of Charles I is often characterised as one of political chaos and decline, with wars against Spain leading to the disastrous Civil War that culminated in the King’s execution. But Charles’s cultural achievements were many, not least in his establishment of an active and progressive musical culture at court. Join us for the first of the 2018 Festival Lectures in the company of Jonathan Wainwright, Professor of Music at the University of York, who has written extensively about English and Italian music in the 16th and 17th centuries.

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When & Where

National Centre for Early Music
Enough tickets
Sat, Jul 7

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  • Music at the Court of Charles I

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