24 - 27 August 2018
Festival 2018

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Purcell%%%Come, ye sons of arts!!!
Purcell%%%Te Deum & Jubilate in D major!!!
Handel%%%Eternal source of light divine!!!

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Two great court odes celebrating English female monarchs.  Henry Purcell wrote ‘Co

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Purcell%%%Come, ye sons of arts!!!
Purcell%%%Te Deum & Jubilate in D major!!!
Handel%%%Eternal source of light divine!!!

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Two great court odes celebrating English female monarchs.  Henry Purcell wrote ‘Come, ye sons of arts’ for Queen Mary’

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Purcell%%%Come, ye sons of arts!!!
Purcell%%%Te Deum & Jubilate in D major!!!
Handel%%%Eternal source of light divine!!!

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Two great court odes celebrating English female monarchs.  Henry Purcell wrote ‘Come, ye sons of arts’ for Queen Mary’s birthday, on 30 April 1694.  We perfor

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Purcell%%%Come, ye sons of arts!!!
Purcell%%%Te Deum & Jubilate in D major!!!
Handel%%%Eternal source of light divine!!!

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Two great court odes celebrating English female monarchs.  Henry Purcell wrote ‘Come, ye sons of arts’ for Queen Mary’s birthday, on 30 April 1694.  We perform it in Rebecca

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Purcell%%%Come, ye sons of arts!!!
Purcell%%%Te Deum & Jubilate in D major!!!
Handel%%%Eternal source of light divine!!!

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Two great court odes celebrating English female monarchs.  Henry Purcell wrote ‘Come, ye sons of arts’ for Queen Mary’s birthday, on 30 April 1694.  We perform it in Rebecca Herissone’s radical reconstru

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Purcell%%%Come, ye sons of arts!!!
Purcell%%%Te Deum & Jubilate in D major!!!
Handel%%%Eternal source of light divine!!!

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Two great court odes celebrating English female monarchs.  Henry Purcell wrote ‘Come, ye sons of arts’ for Queen Mary’s birthday, on 30 April 1694.  We perform it in Rebecca Herissone’s radical reconstruction of Purcell’s original score; it only survives in a later re-orchestration.  ‘Eternal source of light divine’, written for Queen Anne’s birthday on 6 February 1713,

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Purcell%%%Come, ye sons of arts!!!
Purcell%%%Te Deum & Jubilate in D major!!!
Handel%%%Eternal source of light divine!!!

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Two great court odes celebrating English female monarchs.  Henry Purcell wrote ‘Come, ye sons of arts’ for Queen Mary’s birthday, on 30 April 1694.  We perform it in Rebecca Herissone’s radical reconstruction of Purcell’s original score; it only survives in a later re-orchestration.  ‘Eternal source of light divine’, written for Queen Anne’s birthday on 6 February 1713, is Handel’s eloquent tribute to the English style, beginning with the beautiful countertenor solo with trumpet obbligato.  Purcell’s grand orchestral setting of the Te Deum and Jubilate was written for St Cecilia’s Day in 1694 and was regularly performed in St Paul’s for state occasions.

Peter Holman’s vivid performances of seventeenth- and eighteenth-century music have delighted SVF audiences for many years.  In this concert he is joined by our resident choir and orchestra, and by SVF favourites Philippa Hyde and Daniel Auchincloss. James Hall made a

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Purcell%%%Come, ye sons of arts!!!
Purcell%%%Te Deum & Jubilate in D major!!!
Handel%%%Eternal source of light divine!!!

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Two great court odes celebrating English female monarchs.  Henry Purcell wrote ‘Come, ye sons of arts’ for Queen Mary’s birthday, on 30 April 1694.  We perform it in Rebecca Herissone’s radical reconstruction of Purcell’s original score; it only survives in a later re-orchestration.  ‘Eternal source of light divine’, written for Queen Anne’s birthday on 6 February 1713, is Handel’s eloquent tribute to the English style, beginning with the beautiful countertenor solo with trumpet obbligato.  Purcell’s grand orchestral setting of the Te Deum and Jubilate was written for St Cecilia’s Day in 1694 and was regularly performed in St Paul’s for state occasions.

Peter Holman’s vivid performances of seventeenth- and eighteenth-century music have delighted SVF audiences for many years.  In this concert he is joined by our resident choir and orchestra, and by SVF favourites Philippa Hyde and Daniel Auchincloss. James Hall made a great impression in Arne’s Alfred during last year’s Festival.

Tickets £20 (reserved), £14 (unreserved)
half-price for full-time students


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Patrick Rimes is an extraordinarily talented and versatile multi-instrumentalist, at home in Welsh traditional music, contemporary classical music and early music

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Patrick Rimes is an extraordinarily talented and versatile multi-instrumentalist, at home in Welsh traditional music, contemporary classical music and early music. In t

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Patrick Rimes is an extraordinarily talented and versatile multi-instrumentalist, at home in Welsh traditional music, contemporary classical music and early music. In this entertaining lecture recital Kannig introduce us to the fascinatin

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Patrick Rimes is an extraordinarily talented and versatile multi-instrumentalist, at home in Welsh traditional music, contemporary classical music and early music. In this entertaining lecture recital Kannig introduce us to the fascinating history of Wales’s music, from ancient three-part carols in the Montgomeryshire Ply

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Patrick Rimes is an extraordinarily talented and versatile multi-instrumentalist, at home in Welsh traditional music, contemporary classical music and early music. In this entertaining lecture recital Kannig introduce us to the fascinating history of Wales’s music, from ancient three-part carols in the Montgomeryshire Plygain tradition to airs and variations by Edward Jones and John Thomas, harpists to the Prince Regent and Queen Victoria.  Kannig (old Welsh for ‘they sing’) is a new venture exploring Welsh music through the lens of early music and period instruments – including the magnificent triple harp, a Welsh survival of the Italian Baroque harp.

Tickets £15, £10
half-pri

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Patrick Rimes is an extraordinarily talented and versatile multi-instrumentalist, at home in Welsh traditional music, contemporary classical music and early music. In this entertaining lecture recital Kannig introduce us to the fascinating history of Wales’s music, from ancient three-part carols in the Montgomeryshire Plygain tradition to airs and variations by Edward Jones and John Thomas, harpists to the Prince Regent and Queen Victoria.  Kannig (old Welsh for ‘they sing’) is a new venture exploring Welsh music through the lens of early music and period instruments – including the magnificent triple harp, a Welsh survival of the Italian Baroque harp.

Tickets £15, £10
half-price for

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Patrick Rimes is an extraordinarily talented and versatile multi-instrumentalist, at home in Welsh traditional music, contemporary classical music and early music. In this entertaining lecture recital Kannig introduce us to the fascinating history of Wales’s music, from ancient three-part carols in the Montgomeryshire Plygain tradition to airs and variations by Edward Jones and John Thomas, harpists to the Prince Regent and Queen Victoria.  Kannig (old Welsh for ‘they sing’) is a new venture exploring Welsh music through the lens of early music and period instruments – including the magnificent triple harp, a Welsh survival of the Italian Baroque harp.

Tickets £15, £10
half-price for full-time students
under-18s FREE (please contact the SVF box office on 01206 366603 or box@suffolkvillagesfestival.com to book tickets for under-18

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Patrick Rimes is an extraordinarily talented and versatile multi-instrumentalist, at home in Welsh traditional music, contemporary classical music and early music. In this entertaining lecture recital Kannig introduce us to the fascinating history of Wales’s music, from ancient three-part carols in the Montgomeryshire Plygain tradition to airs and variations by Edward Jones and John Thomas, harpists to the Prince Regent and Queen Victoria.  Kannig (old Welsh for ‘they sing’) is a new venture exploring Welsh music through the lens of early music and period instruments – including the magnificent triple harp, a Welsh survival of the Italian Baroque harp.

Tickets £15, £10
half-price for full-time students
under-18s FREE (please contact the SVF box office on 01206 366603 or box@suffolkvillagesfestival.com to book tickets for under-18s)


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An hour of Welsh traditional music as a prelude to Kannig’s lecture recital on Monday morning. The historic Guild Room at the Fleece in Boxford is renowned for its folk music gigs and is a wonderfully atmospheric venue.

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An hour of Welsh traditional music as a prelude to Kannig’s lecture recital on Monday morning. The historic Guild Room at the Fleece in Boxford is renowned for its folk music gigs and is a wonderfully atmospheric venue. Space is limited, so book early. Food and drink will be available downstairs.

Tickets £10 (students £5)
NB: NOT included in the Festival Season Ticket



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SONGS OF LOVE FROM

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SONGS OF LOVE FROM MONTEVERDI TO PURCELL%%%!!!

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Charles Daniels is one of Britain’s greatest early music tenors, with more than 90 solo recordings to his credit

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SONGS OF LOVE FROM MONTEVERDI TO PURCELL%%%!!!

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Charles Daniels is one of Britain’s greatest early music tenors, with more than 90 solo recordings to his credit. A recent recording with Fred Jacobs was described as ‘an amazing display of musicianship and subtlety’. In this absorbing tour of seventeenth century song they take us from the Italy of Monteverdi and Giovanni Girolamo Kapsberger to Restoration England.  On the way they visit the French court and the beautiful airs of Michel Lambert, Lully’s father in law.  Crossing the Channel, they explore the Cavalier songs of Nicholas Lanier, John Jenkins and the brothers Henry and William Lawes, ending with Matthew Locke and Henry Purcell.

‘Charles Daniels contr

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SONGS OF LOVE FROM MONTEVERDI TO PURCELL%%%!!!

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Charles Daniels is one of Britain’s greatest early music tenors, with more than 90 solo recordings to his credit. A recent recording with Fred Jacobs was described as ‘an amazing display of musicianship and subtlety’. In this absorbing tour of seventeenth century song they take us from the Italy of Monteverdi and Giovanni Girolamo Kapsberger to Restoration England.  On the way they visit the French court and the beautiful airs of Michel Lambert, Lully’s father in law.  Crossing the Channel, they explore the Cavalier songs of Nicholas Lanier, John Jenkins and the brothers Henry and William Lawes, ending with Matthew Locke and Henry Purcell.

‘Charles Daniels contributes burning passion and utter conviction’
The Gramophone

Tickets £18 (reserved), £12 (unreserved)
half-price for full-time students



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JS Bach%%%Harpsichord Concerto no. 1 in D minor!!!
JS Bach%%%Concerto for Two Harpsichords no. 3 in C minor!!!
JS Bach%%%Brandenburg Concerto no. 3 in G major!!!
JS Ba

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JS Bach%%%Harpsichord Concerto no. 1 in D minor!!!
JS Bach%%%Concerto for Two Harpsichords no. 3 in C minor!!!
JS Bach%%%Brandenburg Concerto no. 3 in G major!!!
JS Bach%%%Suite no. 2 in A minor!!!

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JS Bach%%%Harpsichord Concerto no. 1 in D minor!!!
JS Bach%%%Concerto for Two Harpsichords no. 3 in C minor!!!
JS Bach%%%Brandenburg Concerto no. 3 in G major!!!
JS Bach%%%Suite no. 2 in A minor!!!

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Four of J.S. Bach

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JS Bach%%%Harpsichord Concerto no. 1 in D minor!!!
JS Bach%%%Concerto for Two Harpsichords no. 3 in C minor!!!
JS Bach%%%Brandenburg Concerto no. 3 in G major!!!
JS Bach%%%Suite no. 2 in A minor!!!

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Four of J.S. Bach’s greatest orchestral works – b

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JS Bach%%%Harpsichord Concerto no. 1 in D minor!!!
JS Bach%%%Concerto for Two Harpsichords no. 3 in C minor!!!
JS Bach%%%Brandenburg Concerto no. 3 in G major!!!
JS Bach%%%Suite no. 2 in A minor!!!

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Four of J.S. Bach’s greatest orchestral works – but two of them in unfamiliar guises. The famous ‘double violin concerto’ is played in the composer’s fascinating elaboration for two harpsichords and strings, while Tassilo E

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JS Bach%%%Harpsichord Concerto no. 1 in D minor!!!
JS Bach%%%Concerto for Two Harpsichords no. 3 in C minor!!!
JS Bach%%%Brandenburg Concerto no. 3 in G major!!!
JS Bach%%%Suite no. 2 in A minor!!!

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Four of J.S. Bach’s greatest orchestral works – but two of them in unfamiliar guises. The famous ‘double violin concerto’ is played in the composer’s fascinating elaboration for two harpsichords and strings, while Tassilo Erhardt plays his reconstruction of the lost original version of the popular Suite in B minor, for solo violin rather than flute. The D minor is Bach’s finest and most extended harpsichord concerto, a favourite with virtuosi from his time to the present. Brandenburg Concerto no. 3 is a radical reinvention of the concerto, in which the nine solo strings engage in complex and joyful interplay.

Steven Devine is one of Britain’s brilliant and authoritative harpsichordists, working with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and many other groups here and abroa

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JS Bach%%%Harpsichord Concerto no. 1 in D minor!!!
JS Bach%%%Concerto for Two Harpsichords no. 3 in C minor!!!
JS Bach%%%Brandenburg Concerto no. 3 in G major!!!
JS Bach%%%Suite no. 2 in A minor!!!

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Four of J.S. Bach’s greatest orchestral works – but two of them in unfamiliar guises. The famous ‘double violin concerto’ is played in the composer’s fascinating elaboration for two harpsichords and strings, while Tassilo Erhardt plays his reconstruction of the lost original version of the popular Suite in B minor, for solo violin rather than flute. The D minor is Bach’s finest and most extended harpsichord concerto, a favourite with virtuosi from his time to the present. Brandenburg Concerto no. 3 is a radical reinvention of the concerto, in which the nine solo strings engage in complex and joyful interplay.

Steven Devine is one of Britain’s brilliant and authoritative harpsichordists, working with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and many other groups here and abroad. In the double concerto he is joined Claire Williams, another SVF regular.

Tickets £18 (reserved), £12 (unreserved)
half-price for full-time students




Festival Season Ticket




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Monteverdi%%%Il ballo delle ingrate!!!
Monteverdi%%%Balletto ‘Del la bellezza le dovute lodi!!!
Monteverdi%%% Tirsi e Clori!!!
Monteverdi%%%Ballo ‘Movete al mio bel suon’!!!

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Our Monteverdi Project continues with four superb works marrying musical drama and cour


Festival Season Ticket




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Monteverdi%%%Il ballo delle ingrate!!!
Monteverdi%%%Balletto ‘Del la bellezza le dovute lodi!!!
Monteverdi%%% Tirsi e Clori!!!
Monteverdi%%%Ballo ‘Movete al mio bel suon’!!!

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Our Monteverdi Project continues with four superb works marrying musical drama and courtly dance. In the main work, ll ballo dell


Festival Season Ticket




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Monteverdi%%%Il ballo delle ingrate!!!
Monteverdi%%%Balletto ‘Del la bellezza le dovute lodi!!!
Monteverdi%%% Tirsi e Clori!!!
Monteverdi%%%Ballo ‘Movete al mio bel suon’!!!

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Our Monteverdi Project continues with four superb works marrying musical drama and courtly dance. In the main work, ll ballo delle ingrate, written for Mantua in 160


Festival Season Ticket




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Monteverdi%%%Il ballo delle ingrate!!!
Monteverdi%%%Balletto ‘Del la bellezza le dovute lodi!!!
Monteverdi%%% Tirsi e Clori!!!
Monteverdi%%%Ballo ‘Movete al mio bel suon’!!!

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Our Monteverdi Project continues with four superb works marrying musical drama and courtly dance. In the main work, ll ballo delle ingrate, written for Mantua in 1608 and revised for Vienna in 163


Festival Season Ticket




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Monteverdi%%%Il ballo delle ingrate!!!
Monteverdi%%%Balletto ‘Del la bellezza le dovute lodi!!!
Monteverdi%%% Tirsi e Clori!!!
Monteverdi%%%Ballo ‘Movete al mio bel suon’!!!

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Our Monteverdi Project continues with four superb works marrying musical drama and courtly dance. In the main work, ll ballo delle ingrate, written for Mantua in 1608 and revised for Vienna in 1636, Cupid and his


Festival Season Ticket




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Monteverdi%%%Il ballo delle ingrate!!!
Monteverdi%%%Balletto ‘Del la bellezza le dovute lodi!!!
Monteverdi%%% Tirsi e Clori!!!
Monteverdi%%%Ballo ‘Movete al mio bel suon’!!!

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Our Monteverdi Project continues with four superb works marrying musical drama and courtly dance. In the main work, ll ballo delle ingrate, written for Mantua in 1608 and revised for Vienna in 1636, Cupid and his mother Venus visit the Underwor


Festival Season Ticket




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Monteverdi%%%Il ballo delle ingrate!!!
Monteverdi%%%Balletto ‘Del la bellezza le dovute lodi!!!
Monteverdi%%% Tirsi e Clori!!!
Monteverdi%%%Ballo ‘Movete al mio bel suon’!!!

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Our Monteverdi Project continues with four superb works marrying musical drama and courtly dance. In the main work, ll ballo delle ingrate, written for Mantua in 1608 and revised for Vienna in 1636, Cupid and his mother Venus visit the Underworld, persuading Pluto to release the spirits of hard-hearted women as a warning to the audience. They dance out their grief until Pluto commands them to return, whereupon one of th


Festival Season Ticket




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Monteverdi%%%Il ballo delle ingrate!!!
Monteverdi%%%Balletto ‘Del la bellezza le dovute lodi!!!
Monteverdi%%% Tirsi e Clori!!!
Monteverdi%%%Ballo ‘Movete al mio bel suon’!!!

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Our Monteverdi Project continues with four superb works marrying musical drama and courtly dance. In the main work, ll ballo delle ingrate, written for Mantua in 1608 and revised for Vienna in 1636, Cupid and his mother Venus visit the Underworld, persuading Pluto to release the spirits of hard-hearted women as a warning to the audience. They dance out their grief until Pluto commands them to return, whereupon one of them turns and sings a heartrending lament. The shorter ballets celebrate various aspects of love in irresistible song and dance.

Regular SVF soloists are joined by Helen Charlston (as Venus in Il ballo delle ingrate), who starred in our performance of Eccles’s Semele in May and recently won the prestigious Handel Singing Competition. The John Jenkins Consort is amplified by a sumptuous continuo group of lutenists and keyboard players drawn from conservatoire students led and mentored by Fred Jacobs and Peter Holman.

Concert supported by


Festival Season Ticket




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Monteverdi%%%Il ballo delle ingrate!!!
Monteverdi%%%Balletto ‘Del la bellezza le dovute lodi!!!
Monteverdi%%% Tirsi e Clori!!!
Monteverdi%%%Ballo ‘Movete al mio bel suon’!!!

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Our Monteverdi Project continues with four superb works marrying musical drama and courtly dance. In the main work, ll ballo delle ingrate, written for Mantua in 1608 and revised for Vienna in 1636, Cupid and his mother Venus visit the Underworld, persuading Pluto to release the spirits of hard-hearted women as a warning to the audience. They dance out their grief until Pluto commands them to return, whereupon one of them turns and sings a heartrending lament. The shorter ballets celebrate various aspects of love in irresistible song and dance.

Regular SVF soloists are joined by Helen Charlston (as Venus in Il ballo delle ingrate), who starred in our performance of Eccles’s Semele in May and recently won the prestigious Handel Singing Competition. The John Jenkins Consort is amplified by a sumptuous continuo group of lutenists and keyboard players drawn from conservatoire students led and mentored by Fred Jacobs and Peter Holman.

Concert supported by Mistley Thorn & Lucca Enoteca and donors to The Monteverdi Project Fund

Tickets £20 (reserved), £14 (unreserved)
half-price for full-time students



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Monteverdi%%%Il ballo delle ingrate!!!
Monteverdi%%%Balletto ‘Del la bellezza le dovute lodi!!!
Monteverdi%%% Tirsi e Clori!!!
Monteverdi%%%Ballo ‘Movete al mio bel suon’!!!

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Our Monteverdi Project continues with four superb works marrying musical drama and courtly dance. In the main work, ll ballo delle ingrate, written for Mantua in 1608 and revised for Vienna in 1636, Cupid and his mother Venus visit the Underworld, persuading Pluto to release the spirits of hard-hearted women as a warning to the audience. They dance out their grief until Pluto commands them to return, whereupon one of them turns and sings a heartrending lament. The shorter ballets celebrate various aspects of love in irresistible song and dance.

Regular SVF soloists

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Monteverdi%%%Il ballo delle ingrate!!!
Monteverdi%%%Balletto ‘Del la bellezza le dovute lodi!!!
Monteverdi%%% Tirsi e Clori!!!
Monteverdi%%%Ballo ‘Movete al mio bel suon’!!!

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Our Monteverdi Project continues with four superb works marrying musical drama and courtly dance. In the main work, ll ballo delle ingrate, written for Mantua in 1608 and revised for Vienna in 1636, Cupid and his mother Venus visit the Underworld, persuading Pluto to release the spirits of hard-hearted women as a warning to the audience. They dance out their grief until Pluto commands them to return, whereupon one of them turns and sings a heartrending lament. The shorter ballets celebrate various aspects of love in irresistible song and dance.

Regular SVF soloists are joined by Helen Charlston (as Venus in Il ballo delle ingrate), who starred in our performance of Eccles’s Semele in May and recently won the prestigious Handel Singing Competition. The John Jenkins Consort is amplified by a sumptuous continuo group of lutenists and keyboard players drawn from conservatoire students led and mentored by Fred Jacobs and Peter Holman.

Concert supported by

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Monteverdi%%%Il ballo delle ingrate!!!
Monteverdi%%%Balletto ‘Del la bellezza le dovute lodi!!!
Monteverdi%%% Tirsi e Clori!!!
Monteverdi%%%Ballo ‘Movete al mio bel suon’!!!

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Our Monteverdi Project continues with four superb works marrying musical drama and courtly dance. In the main work, ll ballo delle ingrate, written for Mantua in 1608 and revised for Vienna in 1636, Cupid and his mother Venus visit the Underworld, persuading Pluto to release the spirits of hard-hearted women as a warning to the audience. They dance out their grief until Pluto commands them to return, whereupon one of them turns and sings a heartrending lament. The shorter ballets celebrate various aspects of love in irresistible song and dance.

Regular SVF soloists are joined by Helen Charlston (as Venus in Il ballo delle ingrate), who starred in our performance of Eccles’s Semele in May and recently won the prestigious Handel Singing Competition. The John Jenkins Consort is amplified by a sumptuous continuo group of lutenists and keyboard players drawn from conservatoire students led and mentored by Fred Jacobs and Peter Holman.

Concert supported by Mistley Thorn & Lucca Enoteca and donors to The Monteverdi Project Fund

Tickets £20 (reserved), £14 (unreserved)
half-price for full-time students


St Peter's, Sudbury Friday 24 August 2018
MONTEVERDI: THE COURTLY BALLETS 6:30 pm
Claire Coleman soprano, Helen Charlston mezzo-soprano, Daniel Auchincloss tenor, Nick Webb bass, Psalmody, The John Jenkins Consort, directed by Peter Holman
Ticket options
Festival Season Ticket
 
St Mary's Church, Stoke by Nayland Saturday 25 August 2018
JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH AND THE CONCERTO 5:15 pm
Peter Holman Artistic Director  
St Mary's Church, Stoke by Nayland  
JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH 6:30 pm
Steven Devine harpsichord, Claire Williams harpsichord, Tassilo Erhardt violin, Essex Baroque Orchestra, directed by Steven Devine
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Boxford Village Hall Sunday 26 August 2018
ENGLISH MUSICIANS PORTRAYED 5:15 pm
Tassilo Erhardt  
St Mary's Church, Boxford  
GATHER YE ROSEBUDS 6:30 pm
Charles Daniels tenor, Fred Jacobs theorbo
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PATRICK RIMES & KANNIG 9:45 pm
Kannig
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St Peter's, Sudbury Monday 27 August 2018
THE ROOTS OF WELSH TRADITIONAL MUSIC 11 am
Kannig:, Patrick Rimes violin &, voice, Sioned Webb Welsh triple harp &, voice, Arfon Gwilym voice
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Gainsborough's House  
AFTERNOON OF EVENTS AT GAINSBOROUGH’S HOUSE 2 pm
St Peter's, Sudbury  
COURTLY PLEASURES: PURCELL & HANDEL 6:30 pm
Philippa Hyde soprano, James Hall countertenor, Daniel Auchincloss tenor, Psalmody, Essex Baroque Orchestra, directed by Peter Holman
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