Awake Thou Wintry Earth: Flauti D’Echo

Venue United Free Church, Totnes

Running time 120

Prices

Advance tickets £13 and Under 18s £5





On the door tickets £14 and Under 18s £5





Suggested age guidance 10+ years

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Next date 18th Jan 2019 7:30 pm

About this event

This concert is part of the Totnes Early Music Society Season 2018/19. This exciting recorder duo play music from Monteverdi to Handel, with theorbo player Toby Carr.

A programme to inspire thoughts of spring from deep in the winter! Tabea Debus and Olwen Foulkes are joined by theorbo player Toby Carr in a programme which takes music from Montiverdi and Purcell to Vivaldi and Handel arranged for recorders. The duo won the Nancy Nuttal Early Music Prize for Chamber music at RAM in 2016, are participants on the BREMF Live! Scheme 2017-18, and have already performed in venues including Wigmore Hall, Handel & Hendrix House London, St. John’s Smith Square, and Somerset House. They regularly perform as soloists and have each released solo albums. Here are two young players who are definitely going places!

This is the fourth concert in the new season from Totnes Early Music Society (TEMS) – see below for further concerts in this series. TEMS Members save at least one third on ticket prices: for more information see totnesearlymusic.org.uk.

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