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STROUD GREEN FESTIVAL

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STROUD GREEN FESTIVAL

Time: June 18, 2016 at 8pm to June 26, 2016 at 6:30pm
Location: Holy Trinity Church, Stroud Green; Holy Trinity Church Hall; The Earl Haig Pub, Crouch End
Street: Holy Trinity Church, Granville Road
City/Town: London N4 4EL
Website or Map: http://www.stroudgreenfestiva…
Phone: 020 7281 6864
Event Tag: 'classical', 'early, music', 'local, music, festival'
Posted By: Tamara Romanyk
Latest Activity: Jun 16, 2016

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Event Description

The third annual Stroud Green Festival presents a series of concerts featuring internationally acclaimed artists as well as brilliant up-and-coming young musicians, many of whom live locally. Most concerts cost £12 (£8 concs), apart from Sat the 18th (£20/£14), and 2 Pay What You Can events

Sat 18 June, 8pm - Emma Kirkby (soprano), Jacob Heringman (lute) & Dowland Works Lute songs by John Dowland, John Danyel and from the court of Charles I, performed by Emma Kirkby, one of the UK's favourite sopranos, with acclaimed lutenist Jacob Heringman and the next generation of voice and lute performers (Holy Trinity Church)

Sun 19 June, 8pm - Summer Jazz in London: Winnie Greer & Friends (Church Hall) PAY WHAT YOU CAN

Mon 20 June, 8pm - Nancy Ruffer (flute)/Jean Kelly (Harp)  - Music by Faure, Bach, Donizetti and others (HT Church)

Wed 22 June, 8pm - The Telling: Lily & the Rose - Haunting medieval music (HT Church)

Thu 23 June, 6-10pm - Music on Tap - 4-hour celebration of English & European music from the Middle Ages to the 19th century by a host of festival musicians (PAY WHAT YOU CAN)

Fri 24 June, 8pm - K'antu Ensemble - Celebrating Shakespeare! (Elizabethan songs and dances associated with Shakespeare's plays)

Sat 25 June, 8pm - Spiritato! - A Taste of this Nation (Exploring the sounds of London at the beginning of the 18th century)

Sun 26 June, 6.30pm [note earlier time!] - The Telling: Unsung Heroine - Songs and dances from 12th century Provence (an intimate half concert/half play presenting the imagined  history of female troubadour, Countess Beatriz de Dia)

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