Coming soon…………

Dancers Kath Waters and Anne Deller will teach Baroque dances during the workshop, and this will be followed by a European Tour of theatres, ballrooms, salons and concert halls of the early 18th century in music and dance performed by Apollo’s Revels. They will entertain with music and dance from the Opera House of Paris; from the sophisticated homes of the English aristocracy; and from the feisty salons of Spain. 
There will be rustic shepherdesses, elegant courtiers and footstamping Follia with music by Corrette, de la Barre and Marais.

What’s not to like? So blow away the January blues and come and join us! 
Tickets from Eventbrite (booking fee applies) 

http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/apollos-revels-a-european-tour-in-music-and-dance-tickets-202073375907

     

             



 
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Passacaglia Concert and workshop

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Annabel Knight (flute), Robin Bigwood (harpsichord) and Reiko Ichise (viola da gamba) will lead an afternoon workshop, before performing in a concert of works from the Prusssian Court of Frederick the Great.

Saturday March 12th 2022

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Autumn News

 Our next concert (the final of the three postponed 2020 festival events) will be in January on Sunday 16th and features Apollo’s Revels. Alison Kinder (viol) and Linda Sayce (flute /lute) will perform music by Corrette, de la Barre and Marais, with dancers Kath Waters and Anne Deller.

We will be taken on an early 18th century European tour through theatres, ballrooms, salons and concert halls, with dances for shepherdesses, elegant courtly dances and a footstamping Follia. 
Tickets for the workshop will be £10, for the concert £20 and a combined ticket of £25 for both events from barbara.wem@gmail or 
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/apollos-revels-a-european-tour-in-music-and-dance-tickets-202073375907  (booking fee applies)

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Worcester Concert Club

A new season of concerts begins this week end with a programme including some early music to be played on the 1840 Nicholson Organ in Huntingdon Hall.

Christopher Allsop, previously organist at Worcester Cathedral, will present a lecture recital on the Huntingdon Hall 1840 Nicholson organ including works by Bach, Mendelssohn and Guillant.

All are welcome at 3pm on Sunday 10th October

Tickets from box office 01905 611427

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