Saturday 29th March
A feast of glorious music for voices and instruments from the “Golden Age” of Spain and Portugal and the cathedrals of Latin America.
acompanied by members of the Amphion Consort on
theorbo and lute/guitar
bass viol and baroque violin
and baroque percussion
Dazzle your ears with extraordinary music from Latin America – a rich fusion of native styles, Spanish dance rhythms and European baroque techniques creating a unique and beguiling sound world
Featuring sumptuous and colourful Spanish and Portuguese music by Tomás Luis de Victoria, his contemporaries and successors; Hanacpachap from Lima - the earliest printed polyphony from S. America plus an extraordinary mass setting by the musical director of Puebla Cathedral: Missa Ego flos campi ~ Juan Gutiérrez de Padilla.
Tickets £11, £4 for full time students,
Under 16s Free
£2 supplement on tickets bought on the door.
Phone 01277 658183 for tickets
Read what Michael Gray had to say about our most recent concert