24 - 27 August 2001
Fairest Isle — 300 Years of English Music
St Mary's Church, Stoke by Nayland Friday 24 August 2001
PURCELL IN THE CHAPEL ROYAL 8:15 pm
Philippa Hyde &, Claire Tomlin soprano, Timothy Kenworthy-Brown countertenor, Patrick McCarthy tenor, Adrian Peacock bass, Psalmody, The Parley of Instruments, directed by Peter Holman  
St Mary's Church, Boxford Saturday 25 August 2001
IN DARKNESS LET ME DWELL 12 noon
Philippa Hyde soprano, Fred Jacobs lute &, theorbo,  
Grand Hall in Hadleigh Town Hall  
LOVE’S LABYRINTH – A DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT DEVISED BY PETER HOLMAN 7:30 pm
Opera Restor'd, Rebecca Saunders soprano, Giles Davies baritone, Susannah Pell bass viol, Taro Takeuchi theorbo &, baroque guitar, directed from the harpsichord by Steven Devine, Production directed by Jack Edwards,  
St Mary's Church, Hadleigh Sunday 26 August 2001
THE CEREMONIAL HANDEL 7:30 pm
Essex Baroque Orchestra, directed by Peter Holman  
Boxford Village Hall Monday 27 August 2001
HOLBEIN THE FRENCH AMBASSADORS 11 am
Bridget Crowley  
St Mary's Church, Boxford  
THE FRENCH AMBASSADORS – MUSIC ASSOCIATED WITH THE PAINTING BY HANS HOLBEIN (1533) 12 noon
FROTTOLA, Jennie Cassidy voice, Philip Thorby recorder &, viol, Jacob Heringman lute, with Jack Edwards reader, devised by Jennie Cassidy  
St Mary's Church, Stoke by Nayland  
FAIREST ISLE – A NEW NATIONAL SONGBOOK 7:30 pm
Philippa Hyde &, Claire Tomlin soprano, Patrick McCarthy tenor, Psalmody, Essex Baroque Orchestra, directed by Peter Holman