York Early Music Christmas Festival

The Society of Strange & Ancient Instruments

Saturday 16 December Event 12
7.30pm Venue NCEM, St Margaret’s Church
Tickets £21.00 (concessions £19.00 Under 35s £5.00) including mince pies.
When booking for a wheelchair/carer space, if you have specific access requirements or if you need the hearing loop, please contact the Box Office on 01904 65 8338 in advance so we can meet your requirements.
U35 and full time students £5 (More Info, how to book & T&Cs at www.ncem.co.uk/U35)

THE SOCIETY OF STRANGE AND ANCIENT INSTRUMENTS
Jean Kelly bray harp, triple harp, Celtic harp
Benedicte Maurseth Hardanger fiddle, voice
Clare Salaman nyckelharpa, hurdy gurdy, trumpet marine

The Longest Night

In Norway the festival of Lussinatten celebrates the longest night of the year. Legend has it that on this night, Lussi, a feared enchantress, punishes anyone who dares to work, and from Lussinatten until Christmas, spirits, gnomes and trolls roam the Earth. Join us to celebrate with devilish tunes, ancient Irish, Norwegian and English folk carols and other festive musical treats.

their vibrant, carefree virtuosity was as enthralling as ever.” Early Music Today

www.strangeandancientinstruments.com
Supported by Music Norway

Please note there is a £1.50 administration charge per transaction

When & Where

National Centre for Early Music
Plenty of tickets
Sat, Dec 16
19:30

More Info

  • Event 12: The Longest Night