SATURDAY 11 OCTOBER 2014, 7.45pm, St Andrew's & St George's West
The Society of Strange and Ancient Instruments Nine Daies Wonder
A celebration in music and dance of the Shakespearean actor Will Kemp's journey in 1600, when he danced from London to Norwich in nine days.

SATURDAY 15 NOVEMBER 2014, 7.45pm, St Andrew's & St George's West
The Flautadors Recorder Quartet Flauti di camera
A programme of virtuosic music from the 18th century, featuring music by Telemann, Vivaldi, JS Bach, Handel, Loeillet and Schickhardt.

SATURDAY 13 DECEMBER 2014, 7.45pm, Canongate Kirk
Alamire directed by David Skinner There is no Rose
A concert of carols by William Byrd interspersed with works from the Trinity Carol Roll, the earliest source of the English polyphonic carol.

SATURDAY 31 JANUARY 2015, 7.45pm, St Andrew's & St George's West
Rachel Podger (violin) and Kristian Bezuidenhout (fortepiano) Mozart and Beethoven Violin Sonatas
A programme exploring two major exponents of the sonata, the main form for experimentation in the Classical period.

SATURDAY 28 FEBRUARY 2015, 7.45pm, St Andrew's & St George's West
Ensemble Marsyas From the Dresden Court
A selection of the extraordinarily virtuosic wind music from the private cabinet of the Crown Princess, featuring works by Handel, Fasch, Zelenka and Weiss.

SATURDAY 21 MARCH 2015, 7.45pm, St Andrew's & St George's West
Baroque Ensemble LUX The City of Light
A snapshot of the bustling city of Paris in the 17th and 18th centuries, including music by Rameau, Couperin, Sainte-Colombe and Royer.

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