The Old Church, Stoke Newington

The Old Church, Stoke Newington
Stoke Newington Church Street, London, N16 9ES
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Catherine Mackintosh And Friends Present An Hourglass Programme Of Vivaldi, Purcell & Bach

Stoke Newington Early Music Festival Catherine Mackintosh and Friends: The Hourglass. Happily for friendly music-making, baroque chamber music comes in all shapes and sizes. Our programme begins with music for all five of us, wanes one by one to a single player at the centre and then waxes one by one till we all play…

Fri 14 Jul

£13.20 some concessions

Chelys Viol Consort: Bass Delights; A Sumptuous Hour Of Music For Three 7-string Bass Viols

Stoke Newington Early Music Festival Chelys Viol Consort: Ibi Aziz, Jenny Bullock & Alison Kinder Now in their 10 th year as an ensemble, Chelys Consort of Viols are passionate about exploring the world of music for multiple viols. Their debut recording of works by Christopher Simpson received a four-star review…

Wed 5 Jul

£13.20 some concessions

Consone Quartet In Vienna: A Celebration Of Haydn, Mozart & Schubert

Stoke Newington Early Music Festival Consone Quartet: Vienna in the late 1700s and early 1800s was a hive of musical creativity; Haydn Mozart and Schubert all lived and worked there with the former, the so-called father of the string quartet proving to be a great inspiration to both of the younger composers. Haydn and…

Wed 12 Jul

£13.20 some concessions

Consortium 5 Recorder Quintet: Europe's Musical Migrants; Victoria, Dowland, Bassano & Handel

Stoke Newington Early Music Festival Europe's Musical Migrants: Musicians have long moved between, beyond and despite borders. Consortium5 celebrate composers of Renaissance and Baroque Europe who struck out in search of study, support, expertise and inspiration. Including works by Victoria, Dowland, Bassano and…

Fri 7 Jul

£13.20 some concessions

John Crockatt: Masterpieces For Solo Violin By Tartini, Bach & Telemann

Stoke Newington Early Music Festival John Crockatt - baroque violin A programme of masterpieces for violin solo from the eighteenth century. Tartini, perhaps the greatest violinists of his era, composed hundreds of works for his instrument including a fascinating set of ?little?, improvisatory sonatas for violin…

Sun 9 Jul

£13.20 some concessions

Jonathan Rees: Darkness & Light- J.s. Bach's C Minor & D Major Suites On 4 And 5 String Cellos

Stoke Newington Early Music Festival Jonathan Rees: baroque cello Darkness & Light, Crucifixion & Resurrection, Despair & Joy: Jonathan Rees plays J.S. Bach's C minor and D major suites on four-string and five-string cellos The last two suites in his set of six for solo cello, J.S. Bach explores the…

Sun 16 Jul

£13.20 some concessions

Kruger Quartet: A Landscape Of Haydn

Stoke Newington Early Music Festival 2017 The Kruger Quartet present: A Landscape of Haydn; his first, middle and final quartets,performed on instruments from the 18th century. This Programme follows the development of Haydn's quartet writing from his first quartet written at the age of 29 to his last, written at…

Wed 28 Jun

£13.20 some concessions

Samantha Whates

Tea + A Gig is SoundsCreative Project's monthly morning series of acoustic gigs for parents with babies in tow, and anyone else who wants to see a great daytime gig. Presenting an eclectic mix of talented and emerging musicians from the London world, jazz and folk music scene, these are gigs to be enjoyed by listening…

Tue 4 Jul


  • 11:00 – 12:00

The Telling: Unsung Heroine. The Imagined History Of Troubadour Beatriz De Dia.

Stoke Newington Early Music Festival The Telling: Unsung Heroine. The imagined history of troubadour Beatriz de Dia. A blending of history and fiction, this intimate concert/play takes you back to the heady atmosphere 12th century Provence with plaintive songs and foot-stomping medieval dances. Jan Chappell plays…

Sat 15 Jul

£13.20 some concessions

Tyburnia: Dead Rat Orchestra

The Dead Rat Orchestra take the concept of the live film score to a new level as they tour their acclaimed score to James Holcombe's Tyburnia around the country. They will be joined by groundbreaking singer Lisa Knapp, one of the UK's finest interpreters of song, and Holcombe, who will perform the film live using multiple…

Thu 13 Jul

£13.33 (£11.21)

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