Amor vince ogni cosa information and tickets are available here. The venue is perfect for this repertoire – a clear resonant acoustic, which means also that it is relatively small. Please be sure to book soon if you would like to be there.
Tickets will be available soon for Amor vince ogni cosa on March 1st at 6.30 pm in Culmstock’s All Saints Church – a really good acoustic for this concert of intimate secular Renaissance music for voices and instruments. Music by Monteverdi, d’India and M-A Charpentier accompanied by violins, gamba and theorbo, with principal director JanJoost van Elburg
2014’s recipient of the York Early Music Festival Lifetime Achievement Award and BEMP’s guest director Andrew Parrott will be leading the programme in Wellington’s St. John the Baptist Church on Monday May 4th at 6.30 pm. He will introduce an influential teacher and composer, Johann Caspar Kerll, whose work was highly thought of – so good it was borrowed by Bach and Handel!
GRAND BAROQUE 2 is on Monday August 31st at 7.30 in Exeter Cathedral under principal director JanJoost van Elburg and will feature spectacular baroque works by Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber, Missa Allelujah a 24 and Vespers a 32 with a full supporting programme. Diary the date!
BEMP will be performing on
Sunday March 1st: Venue & programme tba, Principal Director JanJoost van Elburg
Monday May 4th Venue & Programme tba, Guest Director Andrew Parrott
Monday August 31st Grand Baroque 2 in Exeter Cathedral, programme tbs, Principal Director JanJoost van Elburg
Further details in due course.
Concert 6.30 pm May 5th 2014 in St John’s, Wellington, Somerset
BEMP is looking forward to its first event in 2014 – a programme of Iberian music, late renaissance through to early baroque. Concert in St John’s Wellington on Monday May 5 at 6.30 pm. More information and tickets available soon.