23 - 26 August 2019
Festival 2019

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Thomas Linley%%%The Song of Moses!!!
%%%Storm Chorus from The Tempest!!!
%%%Cantata ‘Upon the mountain’s solitary height’!!!
%%%Violin Concerto in F!!!

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Thomas Linley (1756-1778) was a violin prodigy and England most promising young

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Thomas Linley%%%The Song of Moses!!!
%%%Storm Chorus from The Tempest!!!
%%%Cantata ‘Upon the mountain’s solitary height’!!!
%%%Violin Concerto in F!!!

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Thomas Linley (1756-1778) was a violin prodigy and England most promising young composer until his life was cruelly cu

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Thomas Linley%%%The Song of Moses!!!
%%%Storm Chorus from The Tempest!!!
%%%Cantata ‘Upon the mountain’s solitary height’!!!
%%%Violin Concerto in F!!!

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Thomas Linley (1756-1778) was a violin prodigy and England most promising young composer until his life was cruelly cut short by a boating accident at the a

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Thomas Linley%%%The Song of Moses!!!
%%%Storm Chorus from The Tempest!!!
%%%Cantata ‘Upon the mountain’s solitary height’!!!
%%%Violin Concerto in F!!!

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Thomas Linley (1756-1778) was a violin prodigy and England most promising young composer until his life was cruelly cut short by a boating accident at the age of 22. 

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Thomas Linley%%%The Song of Moses!!!
%%%Storm Chorus from The Tempest!!!
%%%Cantata ‘Upon the mountain’s solitary height’!!!
%%%Violin Concerto in F!!!

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Thomas Linley (1756-1778) was a violin prodigy and England most promising young composer until his life was cruelly cut short by a boating accident at the age of 22.  Mozart, his friend and exact co

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Thomas Linley%%%The Song of Moses!!!
%%%Storm Chorus from The Tempest!!!
%%%Cantata ‘Upon the mountain’s solitary height’!!!
%%%Violin Concerto in F!!!

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Thomas Linley (1756-1778) was a violin prodigy and England most promising young composer until his life was cruelly cut short by a boating accident at the age of 22.  Mozart, his friend and exact contemporary, thought him ‘a true genius’, who ‘had he lived, would have been one of the greatest ornaments of the musical world.’

We celebrate Linley with a cross se

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Thomas Linley%%%The Song of Moses!!!
%%%Storm Chorus from The Tempest!!!
%%%Cantata ‘Upon the mountain’s solitary height’!!!
%%%Violin Concerto in F!!!

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Thomas Linley (1756-1778) was a violin prodigy and England most promising young composer until his life was cruelly cut short by a boating accident at the age of 22.  Mozart, his friend and exact contemporary, thought him ‘a true genius’, who ‘had he lived, would have been one of the greatest ornaments of the musical world.’

We celebrate Linley with a cross section of his finest music.  The magnificent short oratorio The Song of Moses contrasts stirring contrapuntal choruses with up-to-the minute virtuoso solos written for his sisters. The dramatic storm chorus for The Tempest was written for Sheridan’s Drury Lane production in 1777, while the equally innovative solo cantata ‘Upon the mountain’s solitary height’ seems to be the first English setting of Goethe.

To play Linley’s fine Mozartian Violin Concerto in F (and to lead our orchestra this year) we welcome Simon Standage, one of B

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Thomas Linley%%%The Song of Moses!!!
%%%Storm Chorus from The Tempest!!!
%%%Cantata ‘Upon the mountain’s solitary height’!!!
%%%Violin Concerto in F!!!

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Thomas Linley (1756-1778) was a violin prodigy and England most promising young composer until his life was cruelly cut short by a boating accident at the age of 22.  Mozart, his friend and exact contemporary, thought him ‘a true genius’, who ‘had he lived, would have been one of the greatest ornaments of the musical world.’

We celebrate Linley with a cross section of his finest music.  The magnificent short oratorio The Song of Moses contrasts stirring contrapuntal choruses with up-to-the minute virtuoso solos written for his sisters. The dramatic storm chorus for The Tempest was written for Sheridan’s Drury Lane production in 1777, while the equally innovative solo cantata ‘Upon the mountain’s solitary height’ seems to be the first English setting of Goethe.

To play Linley’s fine Mozartian Violin Concerto in F (and to lead our orchestra this year) we welcome Simon Standage, one of Britain’s most distinguished violinists specialising in period instruments.

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


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2pm%%%Thomas Gainsborough: the Linley family and music at Gainsborough’s House!!!
%%%a talk by Mark Bills, Executive Director of Gainsborough’s House!!!

2.45pm%%%The Linley Family: New Discoveries!!!
%%%a talk by Dr William Davies of Southampton University!!!

3.30pm%%%a chance to view the Gainsborough’s House exhibition!!!
%%%Tea will be available!!!

4pm%%%The Linley Sisters and Eighteenth-century Vocal Culture!!!
%%%a talk by Stephen Varcoe, Suffolk Villages Festival Chairman!!!

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This afternoon of events is the latest instalment of our fruitful collaboration with Gainsborough’s House.  Thomas Gainsborough wa

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2pm%%%Thomas Gainsborough: the Linley family and music at Gainsborough’s House!!!
%%%a talk by Mark Bills, Executive Director of Gainsborough’s House!!!

2.45pm%%%The Linley Family: New Discoveries!!!
%%%a talk by Dr William Davies of Southampton University!!!

3.30pm%%%a chance to view the Gainsborough’s House exhibition!!!
%%%Tea will be available!!!

4pm%%%The Linley Sisters and Eighteenth-century Vocal Culture!!!
%%%a talk by Stephen Varcoe, Suffolk Villages Festival Chairman!!!

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This afternoon of events is the latest instalment of our fruitful collaboration with Gainsborough’s House.  Thomas Gainsborough was an accomplished musician; he painted many of the eminent musicians o

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2pm%%%Thomas Gainsborough: the Linley family and music at Gainsborough’s House!!!
%%%a talk by Mark Bills, Executive Director of Gainsborough’s House!!!

2.45pm%%%The Linley Family: New Discoveries!!!
%%%a talk by Dr William Davies of Southampton University!!!

3.30pm%%%a chance to view the Gainsborough’s House exhibition!!!
%%%Tea will be available!!!

4pm%%%The Linley Sisters and Eighteenth-century Vocal Culture!!!
%%%a talk by Stephen Varcoe, Suffolk Villages Festival Chairman!!!

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This afternoon of events is the latest instalment of our fruitful collaboration with Gainsborough’s House.  Thomas Gainsborough was an accomplished musician; he painted many of the eminent musicians of his day, and became close friends with some of them, including John Christian Bach, C

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2pm%%%Thomas Gainsborough: the Linley family and music at Gainsborough’s House!!!
%%%a talk by Mark Bills, Executive Director of Gainsborough’s House!!!

2.45pm%%%The Linley Family: New Discoveries!!!
%%%a talk by Dr William Davies of Southampton University!!!

3.30pm%%%a chance to view the Gainsborough’s House exhibition!!!
%%%Tea will be available!!!

4pm%%%The Linley Sisters and Eighteenth-century Vocal Culture!!!
%%%a talk by Stephen Varcoe, Suffolk Villages Festival Chairman!!!

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This afternoon of events is the latest instalment of our fruitful collaboration with Gainsborough’s House.  Thomas Gainsborough was an accomplished musician; he painted many of the eminent musicians of his day, and became close friends with some of them, including John Christian Bach, Charles Frederick Abel and the Linley family. He painted many of the Linleys, including Thomas senior, musical director at Drury Lane, his daughters Elizabeth and Mary, both leading sopranos of the day, and his son Thomas junior, violinist and composer, whose superb music i

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2pm%%%Thomas Gainsborough: the Linley family and music at Gainsborough’s House!!!
%%%a talk by Mark Bills, Executive Director of Gainsborough’s House!!!

2.45pm%%%The Linley Family: New Discoveries!!!
%%%a talk by Dr William Davies of Southampton University!!!

3.30pm%%%a chance to view the Gainsborough’s House exhibition!!!
%%%Tea will be available!!!

4pm%%%The Linley Sisters and Eighteenth-century Vocal Culture!!!
%%%a talk by Stephen Varcoe, Suffolk Villages Festival Chairman!!!

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This afternoon of events is the latest instalment of our fruitful collaboration with Gainsborough’s House.  Thomas Gainsborough was an accomplished musician; he painted many of the eminent musicians of his day, and became close friends with some of them, including John Christian Bach, Charles Frederick Abel and the Linley family. He painted many of the Linleys, including Thomas senior, musical director at Drury Lane, his daughters Elizabeth and Mary, both leading sopranos of the day, and his son Thomas junior, violinist and composer, whose superb music is the subject of this evening’s concert.

Tickets £10 SOLD OUT
Please note that this event is NOT included in the Festival Season Ticket


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The clavichord’s unique mechanism, with a direct connection between finger and string, makes it the only truly expressive keyboard instrument, even allowing the player a subtle form of vibrato. Sudbury’s historic Quaker Meeting House is an atmospheric, quiet space for the favourite instrument of composers and connoisseurs for more than three centuries.

In this entertaining and informative lectu

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The clavichord’s unique mechanism, with a direct connection between finger and string, makes it the only truly expressive keyboard instrument, even allowing the player a subtle form of vibrato. Sudbury’s historic Quaker Meeting House is an atmospheric, quiet space for the favourite instrument of composers and connoisseurs for more than three centuries.

In this entertaining and informative lecture recital Terence Charlston, one of Britain’s leading early keyboard exponents, explores music by Byrd, Froberger, J.S. Bach and C.P.E. Bach on two contrasted clavichords. He is joined by Julian Perkins for the finale, Beethoven’s four-hand Sonata in D major, op. 6 (1797).

‘Clavichords are notoriously difficult to play well. Terence Charlston’s performance is miraculous, with everything perfectly in place; yet it does not sound cautious… one of th

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The clavichord’s unique mechanism, with a direct connection between finger and string, makes it the only truly expressive keyboard instrument, even allowing the player a subtle form of vibrato. Sudbury’s historic Quaker Meeting House is an atmospheric, quiet space for the favourite instrument of composers and connoisseurs for more than three centuries.

In this entertaining and informative lecture recital Terence Charlston, one of Britain’s leading early keyboard exponents, explores music by Byrd, Froberger, J.S. Bach and C.P.E. Bach on two contrasted clavichords. He is joined by Julian Perkins for the finale, Beethoven’s four-hand Sonata in D major, op. 6 (1797).

‘Clavichords are notoriously difficult to play well. Terence Charlston’s performance is miraculous, with everything perfectly in place; yet it does not sound cautious… one of the best clavichord albums I have ever heard.’
American Record Guide

Tickets £15 (SOLD OUT) & £10
half-price for full-time students



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Mozart%%%Grande Sonate for clarinet & piano!!!
%%%Fantasia in D minor K397!!!
Beethoven%%%Sonata Pathétique in C minor!!!
Danzi%%%Sonata in B flat for clarinet & piano!!!

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A superb programme of music for clarinet and piano from around 1800, played on period instruments. The B flat sonata by Franz Danzi, friend of Beethoven and Weber, is a large-scale virtuoso work, while Mozart’s Grande Sonate is a fascinating contemporary reimagining of the Clarinet Quintet in A major, played on the basset clarinet as the composer originally intended. John Irving and his fortepiano (after Anton Walter, who made an instrument for Mozart) breathe new life into Beethoven’s Sonata Pathétique in C minor and Mozart’s Fantasia in D minor K397.


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Mozart%%%Grande Sonate for clarinet & piano!!!
%%%Fantasia in D minor K397!!!
Beethoven%%%Sonata Pathétique in C minor!!!
Danzi%%%Sonata in B flat for clarinet & piano!!!

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A superb programme of music for clarinet and piano from around 1800, played on period instruments. The B flat sonata by Franz Danzi, friend of Beethoven and Weber, is a large-scale virtuoso work, while Mozart’s Grande Sonate is a fascinating contemporary reimagining of the Clarinet Quintet in A major, played on the basset clarinet as the composer originally intended. John Irving and his fortepiano (after Anton Walter, who made an instrument for Mozart) breathe new life into Beethoven’s Sonata Pathétique in C minor and Mozart’s Fantasia in D minor K397.

Jane Booth is a leading exponent of

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Mozart%%%Grande Sonate for clarinet & piano!!!
%%%Fantasia in D minor K397!!!
Beethoven%%%Sonata Pathétique in C minor!!!
Danzi%%%Sonata in B flat for clarinet & piano!!!

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A superb programme of music for clarinet and piano from around 1800, played on period instruments. The B flat sonata by Franz Danzi, friend of Beethoven and Weber, is a large-scale virtuoso work, while Mozart’s Grande Sonate is a fascinating contemporary reimagining of the Clarinet Quintet in A major, played on the basset clarinet as the composer originally intended. John Irving and his fortepiano (after Anton Walter, who made an instrument for Mozart) breathe new life into Beethoven’s Sonata Pathétique in C minor and Mozart’s Fantasia in D minor K397.

Jane Booth is a leading exponent of early clarinets, playing all over the world with period-instrument ensembles. She now concentrates on solo and chamber music performance with Ensemble DeNOTE. She is also an Exe

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Mozart%%%Grande Sonate for clarinet & piano!!!
%%%Fantasia in D minor K397!!!
Beethoven%%%Sonata Pathétique in C minor!!!
Danzi%%%Sonata in B flat for clarinet & piano!!!

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A superb programme of music for clarinet and piano from around 1800, played on period instruments. The B flat sonata by Franz Danzi, friend of Beethoven and Weber, is a large-scale virtuoso work, while Mozart’s Grande Sonate is a fascinating contemporary reimagining of the Clarinet Quintet in A major, played on the basset clarinet as the composer originally intended. John Irving and his fortepiano (after Anton Walter, who made an instrument for Mozart) breathe new life into Beethoven’s Sonata Pathétique in C minor and Mozart’s Fantasia in D minor K397.

Jane Booth is a leading exponent of early clarinets, playing all over the world with period-instrument ensembles. She now concentrates on solo and chamber music performance with Ensemble DeNOTE. She is also an Executive Coach, leading the Coaching Associates at Guildhall Innovation. John Irving specialises in playing eighteenth-century music on contemporary keyboard instruments. He teaches at The Guildhall School of Music & Drama.

‘Superbly inflected performances…gorgeously subtle colouring’
Sir Nicholas Kenyon, The Observer

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

Festival Season Ticket £84: top-price tickets for all five concerts



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William Boyce%%%Solomon!!!
Handel%%%Zadok the Priest!!!
%%%Let thy hand be strengthened!!!

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Solomon, with words largely drawn from the Song of Songs, was lastingly popular in the eighteenth century for its rapturous depictions of love through the seasons. Boyce’s delightful score is full of English melodious charm, as in ‘Softly rise, O southern breeze’,

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William Boyce%%%Solomon!!!
Handel%%%Zadok the Priest!!!
%%%Let thy hand be strengthened!!!

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Solomon, with words largely drawn from the Song of Songs, was lastingly popular in the eighteenth century for its rapturous depictions of love through the seasons. Boyce’s delightful score is full of English melodious charm, as in ‘Softly rise, O southern breeze’, an exquisite sound picture of a summer

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William Boyce%%%Solomon!!!
Handel%%%Zadok the Priest!!!
%%%Let thy hand be strengthened!!!

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Solomon, with words largely drawn from the Song of Songs, was lastingly popular in the eighteenth century for its rapturous depictions of love through the seasons. Boyce’s delightful score is full of English melodious charm, as in ‘Softly rise, O southern breeze’, an exquisite sound picture of a summer’s day, painte

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William Boyce%%%Solomon!!!
Handel%%%Zadok the Priest!!!
%%%Let thy hand be strengthened!!!

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Solomon, with words largely drawn from the Song of Songs, was lastingly popular in the eighteenth century for its rapturous depictions of love through the seasons. Boyce’s delightful score is full of English melodious charm, as in ‘Softly rise, O southern breeze’, an exquisite sound picture of a summer’s day, painted with a bassoon solo and shimm

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William Boyce%%%Solomon!!!
Handel%%%Zadok the Priest!!!
%%%Let thy hand be strengthened!!!

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Solomon, with words largely drawn from the Song of Songs, was lastingly popular in the eighteenth century for its rapturous depictions of love through the seasons. Boyce’s delightful score is full of English melodious charm, as in ‘Softly rise, O southern breeze’, an exquisite sound picture of a summer’s day, painted with a bassoon solo and shimmering strings. In 1762 John Potter exclaimed that Solomon ‘stares the Italians in the face, and asks them, with what justice they can claim the art of beautiful modulati

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William Boyce%%%Solomon!!!
Handel%%%Zadok the Priest!!!
%%%Let thy hand be strengthened!!!

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Solomon, with words largely drawn from the Song of Songs, was lastingly popular in the eighteenth century for its rapturous depictions of love through the seasons. Boyce’s delightful score is full of English melodious charm, as in ‘Softly rise, O southern breeze’, an exquisite sound picture of a summer’s day, painted with a bassoon solo and shimmering strings. In 1762 John Potter exclaimed that Solomon ‘stares the Italians in the face, and asks them, with what justice they can claim the art of beautiful modulation alone?’

We complement Solomon with two of Handel’s famous coronation anthems. ‘Zadok the priest’ has been used at every coronation since 1727 and its text, the Biblical account of Zadok anointing Solomon king, was first used for King Edgar in 973.

SVF favourite Philippa Hyde is joined by the exciting young tenor William Wallace, winner of the 2016 Handel Singing Competition. Steven Devine is a passionate advocate for Solomon and has conducted it in London and Germany.

Concert supported by donors to the Anthony King Memorial Fund

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William Boyce%%%Solomon!!!
Handel%%%Zadok the Priest!!!
%%%Let thy hand be strengthened!!!

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Solomon, with words largely drawn from the Song of Songs, was lastingly popular in the eighteenth century for its rapturous depictions of love through the seasons. Boyce’s delightful score is full of English melodious charm, as in ‘Softly rise, O southern breeze’, an exquisite sound picture of a summer’s day, painted with a bassoon solo and shimmering strings. In 1762 John Potter exclaimed that Solomon ‘stares the Italians in the face, and asks them, with what justice they can claim the art of beautiful modulation alone?’

We complement Solomon with two of Handel’s famous coronation anthems. ‘Zadok the priest’ has been used at every coronation since 1727 and its text, the Biblical account of Zadok anointing Solomon king, was first used for King Edgar in 973.

SVF favourite Philippa Hyde is joined by the exciting young tenor William Wallace, winner of the 2016 Handel Singing Competition. Steven Devine is a passionate advocate for Solomon and has conducted it in London and Germany.

Concert supported by donors to the Anthony King Memorial Fund

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

Festival Season Ticket £84: top-price tickets for all five concerts


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After ten-ye

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After ten-years’ wandering from Troy, Ulysses

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After ten-years’ wandering from Troy, Ulysses comes home to Ithaca to find his wife

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After ten-years’ wandering from Troy, Ulysses comes home to Ithaca to find his wife Penelope besieged by a trio of villa

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After ten-years’ wandering from Troy, Ulysses comes home to Ithaca to find his wife Penelope besieged by a trio of villainous suitors. Vanquishing the

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After ten-years’ wandering from Troy, Ulysses comes home to Ithaca to find his wife Penelope besieged by a trio of villainous suitors. Vanquishing them with assistance from the goddess Minerva, he recovers his kingdom and is reconciled to Penelope. Monteverdi clothes this epic Homeric tale of virtue and constancy rewarded

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After ten-years’ wandering from Troy, Ulysses comes home to Ithaca to find his wife Penelope besieged by a trio of villainous suitors. Vanquishing them with assistance from the goddess Minerva, he recovers his kingdom and is reconciled to Penelope. Monteverdi clothes this epic Homeric tale of virtue and constancy rewarded with music of extraordinary eloquence, tender, heroic and passionate

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After ten-years’ wandering from Troy, Ulysses comes home to Ithaca to find his wife Penelope besieged by a trio of villainous suitors. Vanquishing them with assistance from the goddess Minerva, he recovers his kingdom and is reconciled to Penelope. Monteverdi clothes this epic Homeric tale of virtue and constancy rewarded with music of extraordinary eloquence, tender, heroic and passionate by turns.

The large cast is headed by the distinguished tenor Charles Daniel

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After ten-years’ wandering from Troy, Ulysses comes home to Ithaca to find his wife Penelope besieged by a trio of villainous suitors. Vanquishing them with assistance from the goddess Minerva, he recovers his kingdom and is reconciled to Penelope. Monteverdi clothes this epic Homeric tale of virtue and constancy rewarded with music of extraordinary eloquence, tender, heroic and passionate by turns.

The large cast is headed by the distinguished tenor Charles Daniels, who gave a superb recital with Fred Jacobs at the 2018 Festival, and rising star Helen Charlston, who appears regularly at SVF. It also includes advanced singing students from UK conservatoires and universities, mentored in the specialist techniques required for Monteverdi by our chairman Stephen Varcoe with Fred Jacobs and Peter Holman.

Concert supported by donors to The Monteverdi Project Fund

Tickets £20 (reserve

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After ten-years’ wandering from Troy, Ulysses comes home to Ithaca to find his wife Penelope besieged by a trio of villainous suitors. Vanquishing them with assistance from the goddess Minerva, he recovers his kingdom and is reconciled to Penelope. Monteverdi clothes this epic Homeric tale of virtue and constancy rewarded with music of extraordinary eloquence, tender, heroic and passionate by turns.

The large cast is headed by the distinguished tenor Charles Daniels, who gave a superb recital with Fred Jacobs at the 2018 Festival, and rising star Helen Charlston, who appears regularly at SVF. It also includes advanced singing students from UK conservatoires and universities, mentored in the specialist techniques required for Monteverdi by our chairman Stephen Varcoe with Fred Jacobs and Peter Holman.

Concert supported by donors to The Monteverdi Project Fund

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

Festival Season Ticket £84: top-price tickets for all five concerts


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After ten-years’ wandering from Troy, Ulysses comes home to Ithaca to find his wife Penelope besieged by a trio of villainous suitors. Vanquishing them with assistance from the goddess Minerva, he recovers his kingdom and is reconciled to Penelope. Monteverdi clothes this epic Homeric tale of virtue and constancy rewarded with music of extraordinary eloquence, tender, heroic and passionate by turns.

The large cast is headed by the distinguished tenor Charles Daniels, who gave a superb recital with Fred Jacobs at the 2018 Festival, and rising star Helen Charlston, who appears regularly at SVF. It also includes advanced singing students from UK conservatoires and universities, mentored in the specialist techniques required for Monteverdi by our chairman Stephen Varcoe with Fred Jacobs and Peter Holman.

Concert supported by donors to The Monteverdi Project Fund

Tickets £20 (reserved), £14 (unreserved)

United Reformed Church, Hadleigh Friday 23 August 2019
PRE-CONCERT TALK 1 5:45 pm
Professor Richard Andrews  
St Mary's Church, Hadleigh  
MONTEVERDI: THE RETURN OF ULYSSES 7 pm

Claire Coleman soprano
Helen Charlston mezzo-soprano
Charles Daniels tenor
Daniel Auchincloss tenor
William Wallace tenor
The John Jenkins Consort
directed by Peter Holman

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St Mary's Church, Stoke by Nayland Saturday 24 August 2019
PRE-CONCERT TALK 2 5:15 pm
Peter Holman  
St Mary's Church, Stoke by Nayland  
BOYCE & HANDEL 6:30 pm
Philippa Hyde soprano, William Wallace tenor, Psalmody, Essex Baroque Orchestra, directed by Steven Devine
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St Mary's Church, Boxford Sunday 25 August 2019
THE CLASSICAL CLARINET 6:30 pm
Ensemble DeNOTE, Jane Booth clarinet, John Irving fortepiano
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The Quaker Meeting House, Sudbury Monday 26 August 2019
A STILL SMALL VOICE: The natural history of the clavichord 11 am
Terence Charlston clavichord
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Gainsborough's House  
GAINSBOROUGH & AND THE LINLEY FAMILY: an afternoon of events 2 pm
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St Peter's, Sudbury  
THE ENGLISH MOZART: A PORTRAIT OF THOMAS LINLEY 6:30 pm
Philippa Hyde soprano, Claire Coleman soprano, Simon Standage violin, Psalmody, Essex Baroque Orchestra, directed by Peter Holman
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