SATURDAY 19 OCTOBER 2019, 7.30pm, St Andrew's & St George's West
The Gonzaga BandVenice 1629
A celebration of the high-water mark of Venetian chamber music, before the plague of 1630/1 that was to wipe out the famed cornetti virtuosi of the city for a generation. Includes music by Monteverdi, Grandi and Marini.

SATURDAY 9 NOVEMBER 2019, 7.30pm, St Andrew's & St George's West
Boxwood & BrassMusic for an Enlightenment Salon
A revelatory exploration of the musical legacy of the influential but now-forgotten clarinettist Franz Tausch, with his 13 Pièces en Quatuor and music by Carl Stamitz and Charles Eler.

SATURDAY 14 DECEMBER 2019, 7.30pm, St Cecilia's Hall
Anne Marie Dragosits Le clavecin mythologique
A programme of music for harpsichord from the Baroque period in which each work recounts a tale from the world of mythology. Includes music by d'Anglebert/Lully, F. Couperin, Rameau, Forqueray and Royer.

SATURDAY 18 JANUARY 2020, 7.30pm, St Andrew's & St George's West
Ensemble StravaganzaAbendmusiken
Flamboyant Baroque music performed by this young French ensemble, including works by J.S. Bach, Dietrich Buxtehude and their contemporaries Philipp Erlebach and Johann Reinken.

SATURDAY 29 FEBRUARY 2020, 7.30pm, St Andrew's & St George's West
The CounterpointsIl musicista itinerante
A programme exploring the crossing of influences as musicians travelled between Italy and Britain during the Baroque. Includes music by Corelli, Vivaldi, Geminiani, Purcell, Handel and Oswald.

SATURDAY 28 MARCH 2020, 7.30pm, St Andrew's & St George's West
The Marian ConsortSinging in Secret
Music by the devout Catholic William Byrd, written for clandestine services held in the private houses of the Catholic nobility, interspersed with works by Tallis, Parsons and de Monte.

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