Early Music York Early Music Festival

Noble and Masterly Turns

Wednesday 10 July 1.00pm
Noble and Masterly Turns
£20.00 (concessions £18.00 | under 35 £6.00)

Bethany Seymour soprano
Helen Charlston mezzo-soprano
Peter Seymour harpsichord

Baroque Italy was the birthplace of opera and oratorio, as well as their smaller partner-form the cantata. In the early 1700s figures such as Stradella, Bononcini and Alessandro Scarlatti influenced composers all over Europe to produce technically-demanding secular cantatas in a rich, free and varied melodic style that was masterful in its writing for the voice. The wonderfully inventive Italian cantatas of Handel – who himself visited Italy as a young man – provide the focus of this celebration of the genre.

Helen Charlston: Winner of the 2018 Handel Singing Competition

‘An exceptional interpreter’ Classical Source

helencharlston.com

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When & Where

Unitarian Chapel, St Saviourgate
Enough tickets
Wed, Jul 10
13:00

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