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Tamsin Lewis
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Christmas Concerts

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Following a successful tour in the Spring, Passamezzo will be taking
their new concert programme, 'Music for a Renaissance Christmas' to
10 venues in December.
They will perform a festive programme of carols, broadside ballads,
dance tunes, lutesongs and consort music.

Performed by candlelight in Elizabethan costume.

Tamsin Lewis: Renaissance Violin, Lute, Viols, Harp
Peter Luke Kenny: Countertenor, Actor
Alison Kinder: Bass Viol, Recorders

8 December 7.30pm Exeter College Chapel, Oxford 07980 516054
9 December 7.30pm St Edith's Church, Monks Kirby, Warwickshire 01788
833265
10 December 7.30pm Rose Theatre, Southwark 07980 516054
11 December 4pm Underground Theatre, Eastbourne 01788 814 882
12 December 7.30pm Bridewell Hall, Bride Lane, London EC4Y 8EQ 0207
353 4660
mailto:nigel@stbrideinstitute.org
15 December 1pm King of Hearts Centre, Norwich 01603 766129
15 December 8pm St Mary's Church, Halesworth 01986 872602
16 December 7.30pm All Saint's Church, Tibenham, Norfolk 01379 674353

17 December 7.30pm All Saint's Church, Ashdon, Essex 01799 584234 or
01799 584726
22 December 7.30pm Lord Leycester Hospital, Warwick 01926 496277

More details from
http://livinghistory.co.uk/homepages/pa ... music.html

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Nice to see some Tudor music being performed, most a bit of a distance from us, but Warwick looks promising. Is the program likely to be from the tracks on the link?
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Hi Helen
The music won't include the tracks on the link as those are from our cd (from our tour in April), but will be similar in style. (English and Scottish music, mainly Elizabethan and Jacobean, including a couple of songs newly transcribed from manuscript sources...)
Do hope you can come to the Warwick concert!
Tamsin

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