Clare
Wilkinson

Mezzo-soprano

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26th April 2014

Schütz Easter Story

Trinity Baroque, director Julian Podger. In memory of Ernst Nickles.

Venue: 7pm, Maria Saal, Austria

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27th April 2014

Ah, dear heart

Songs by Dowland, Purcell and Gibbons, with Franco Pavan, theorbo. In memory of Ernst Nickles.

Venue: 5pm, Maria Saal, Austria

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10th May 2014

Monteverdi Madrigals of Love and War

Dunedin Consort/John Butt

Venue: University of Aberdeen Chapel, 7.30pm

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11th May 2014

Monteverdi Madrigals of Love and War

Dunedin Consort/John Butt

Venue: The Queen's Hall, Edinburgh, 3pm

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13th May 2014

Divine Madness (Souls in Exile)

Melancholy in English C17 lute song and Arab Sufi literature. With Sofie Vanden Eynde, lute, and Moneim Adwan, oud.

Venue: 9.15pm, Historische kelder De Clippel, Mechelen, Belgium

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23rd May 2014

Venetian Carnival

I Fagiolini's Carnevale Veneziano. From Monteverdi to Monty Python. Banchieri, Vecchi, Monteverdi and others.

Venue: Toll Gavel United Church, Beverley, 7.30pm

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20th June 2014

Death Actually

Spitalfields Festival. An irreverent celebration of death in all its humanity, including the first-ever staging of JS Bach’s tantalising motets. Director Tom Guthrie.

Venue: 6.30pm, Toynbee Studios, London

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21st June 2014

Death Actually

Spitalfields Festival. An irreverent celebration of death in all its humanity, including the first-ever staging of JS Bach’s tantalising motets. Director Tom Guthrie.

Venue: 6.30pm, Toynbee Studios, Commercial St, London

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22nd June 2014

Music Divine: Songs for Chapel and Chamber

With Alamire. Thomas Tomkins' music for 'these distracted times'.

Venue: 2.30pm, Montgomery Church, Gregynog, Wales

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25th June 2014

The pinnacle of the exotic madrigal

Monteverdi & Gesualdo. Entry exclusive to those on Martin Randall Travel's 'Music in the Veneto' tour.

Venue: Villa Pisani ‘La Rocca’, Lonigo, Italy

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28th June 2014

I Fagiolini’s Carnevale Veneziano

An infectious mix of masques, street songs, humour and Commedia dell‘Arte, balanced by erotic duets and music for special occasions.

Venue: 7.30pm, All Saints' Boughton Aluph, Stour

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11th July 2014

Mynstrelles with Straunge Sounds

Music from the Spanish songbook of Catherine of Aragon's parents, and Tudor works from her new home.

Venue: 2pm, St Olave's Church, York

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26th July 2014

Bach Magnificat

Dunedin Consort, director John Butt. Part of the Commonwealth Games 'Classics Marathon' day.

Venue: 2pm, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

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27th - 31st July 2014

Recording with the Dunedin Consort

Another exciting Bach disk in the offing!

Venue: Edinburgh

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5th August 2014

Dowland’s Sorrowful Steps

'Ever Dowland, ever doleful'? Or 'a cheerful person, passing his days in lawful merriment'? Songs, poetry and letters of Dowland and his contemporaries. With Linda Sayce (lute), Ibi Aziz (viol) and Stephen Wilkinson (reader).

Venue: 7.30pm, Fort Belan, Caernarfon, Wales

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9th August 2014

Remembering The Great War

Recital with John Turner (recorder), Thomas Verity (clarinet) and Ian Buckle (piano). Composers involved in World War 1 as combatants, victims or prisoners, along with composers who offer a modern day perspective on War and Peace.

Venue: 7.30pm, Bury Parish Church

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11th August 2014

Remembering The Great War

Recital with John Turner (recorder), Thomas Verity (clarinet) and Ian Buckle (piano). Composers involved in World War 1 as combatants, victims or prisoners, along with composers who offer a modern day perspective on War and Peace.

Venue: 1pm, The Atkinson Studio, Southport

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