Thursday 23 November | 7.30pm (IN CONVERSATION 7.00pm - 7.15pm)
Leah Stuttard and Agnethe Christensen
£16.00 (£14.00 concs; £5.00 under 35)
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U35 and full time students £5 (More Info, how to book & T&Cs at www.ncem.co.uk/U35)
Leah Stuttard Gothic harp, voice, bells
Agnethe Christensen Voice, Nordic lyres, bells
The Secret Life of Lutheran Chorales
Martin Luther’s chorale melodies are familiar to many people. They are still sung in churches and concert halls, absorbed into living traditions and the classical canon. Now in this 500th anniversary year of the beginning of the Reformation we are searching for their origins and developments… Latin plainsongs, polyphony by composers include Dufay and Scandinavian folk hymns with beautiful and unexpected chromatics. You will see the humble hymn in a different light!
‘dazzling fingerwork’ Early Music Today
Please note there is a £1.50 administration charge per transaction
Monday 11 July 1.00pm – c.2.00pm, NCEM, St Margaret’s Church, York