York Early Music Festival

Young Artists Showcase 2

INTERNATIONAL YOUNG ARTISTS SHOWCASE

Friday 14 July Event IYAC2
10.30am – c.4.00pm
NCEM, St Margaret’s Church
Reserved seating Tickets Tickets £30.00 (U35 £5.00)

The Festival is delighted to welcome 10 emerging professional early music ensembles to York as they prepare for the 2017 Competition. To help them settle in, and to ensure that you get to know them in advance of the judges, we are presenting two days of informal concerts introduced by performer and musicologist John Bryan.


Thursday 13th morning 
 Il Botto Forte (Switzerland)
Les enemis confus
National styles jostle in trio sonatas for oboe/recorder, violin, cello and harpsichord by Handel and Fux

Duo Seneca (Spain)
Minuet, Rondeau, Siciliana
Music for two cellos by Cervetto, dall’Abaco and Kraft

Les Contre-Sujets (France)
The Viola’s no joke!
Chamber music by Handel and Telemann for recorder, violin, viola da gamba, harpsichord – and viola    

Thursday 13th afternoon
            
Ensemble Agamemnon (France)
Kunstkammer – Italian influence in Vienna
Italian Viennese music for violin, cornett, sackbut, bassoon and continuo by Ferro, Bertali, and Selma y Salaverde


Le Palais des Songes (France)
At Bluebeard’s Court
Music from the Tudor courts for soprano, counter-tenor, recorder, viola da gamba and harpsichord
               
Friday 14th morning                     
BarrocoTout (Belgium)
From Paris to the Lowlands
Music for flute, violin, cello and harpsichord by Telemann, van Maldere and Delange

Rumorum (Switzerland)
Welawey, Weilawei, Weylawey
Music from multilingual Medieval Britain with voice, harp, fiddle, gittern and flute

Ensemble Molière (UK)
Le bourgeois gentilhomme
Dances from Lully’s famous comédie-ballet, arranged for flute, violin, viola da gamba, bassoon and harpsichord
      
Friday 14th afternoon                 
Fieri Consort (UK)
Tears of a Lover
Lachrimose madrigals by Ingegneri, Marenzio and Monteverdi


The Counterpoints (Netherlands)
Handel’s Grand Tour – Part 1
Music for recorders, violin and harpsichord by Handel, Bach, Scarlatti and Geminiani


Le Palais des Songes (France)
At Bluebeard’s Court
Music from the Tudor courts for soprano, counter-tenor, recorder, viola da gamba and harpsichord

Please note there is a £1.50 administration fee per transaction

When & Where

National Centre for Early Music
Enough tickets
Fri, Jul 14
10:30

More Info

  • 101171
  • Mala Punica Friday 14 July 7.30pm The Quire York Minster
  • https://tickets.ncem.co.uk/en-GB/shows/mala%20punica/events
  • Event IYAC 2