“We had a wonderful time. We loved the music and it was fun dancing all those amazing dances for the first time. We were really impressed with Brian Stanton (the dancing master) and his kindness and thoughtfulness!”
“As a newcomer to dancing I was impressed with how you welcome all comers to the Pride and Prejudice Ball.”
“Old Saint Martin’s Church suitably complemented the music.”
“Old Saint Martin’s Church is a very good venue in terms of size and acoustic.”
“I enjoyed the friendly atmosphere.”
“It was lovely to find out how experts bring Renaissance Music alive with voices and instruments.”
“I enjoyed this local and live classical music of a very high standard including some unusual repertoire. The performers were enthusiastic and engaging.”
“These local events with an informal atmosphere, and friendly people were most enjoyable. The standard of performance was excellent and there was plenty of variety across the three programmes.”
“There were excellent performances by Duo Dorado and the Musical and Amicable Society.”
“K’antu brought a refreshing approach to Renaissance music with a lively and varied programme.”
“We ran a very successful, if small scale project, setting up the Worcestershire Waits, initially for two years.
“From the very start, Cathy Dew and Micaela Schmitz were the two principal musical leaders. Thanks to their drive and commitment the project was very successful.
“One of our tutors, Andy Watts, helped us to establish a very useful connection with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, where he is a bassoonist.”
Alan Smith, former advisor for Music at Worcestershire County Council
“Before the initial workshop, I’d never had an experience of playing renaissance and baroque music and I was keen to give it a try.”
Alexis Hutchinson, Worcester Waits member 2007