Concerts 2019-20

2019-20 season

It gives us great pleasure to announce details of the 2019-20 concerts at the Workshop Series, Lewes. There are 5 concerts this season.

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7.30pm, Saturday 23rd November, 2019

Joglaresa

Joglareasa group

The Enchantress of Seville

PLEASE NOTE VENUE: 
St Michael’s Church, 158 High Street, Lewes BN7 1XU

Joglaresa explore the roots of Iberian song with a colourful and timeless kaleidoscope of music connecting the Occident to the Orient and the 11th to the 21st century.

Adult

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Under 18

£8.00Add to basket


7.30pm, Saturday 14th December, 2019

The Telling

The Telling on stage

Secret Life of Carols

Clare Norburn, soprano
Ariane Prüssner, mezzo and percussion
Kaisa Pulkkinen, medieval and baroque harps

Uplifting and intimate English medieval carols together with lesser-known traditional carols from around Europe, many of which have folk roots dating back to the Middle Ages, plus some old favourites including Stille Nacht.

SOLD OUT


4.00pm, Sunday 26th January, 2020

Aapo Häkkinen, harpsichord and clavichord

Aapo Häkkinen

The acclaimed Finnish keyboard artist presents a programme of Louis and François Couperin and JS Bach. A rare opportunity to hear both harpsichord and clavichord in the same concert.

SOLD OUT


7.30pm, Saturday 29th February, 2020

Gawain Glenton, cornetto
Silas Wollston, keyboards

Gawain Glenton and Silas Wollston

La Brillantina: Music for cornetto and keyboards from renaissance Italy.

Virtuoso duo Gawain Glenton and Silas Wollston bring the haunting sounds of cornetto and organ to The Workshop.

SOLD OUT


4.oopm, Sunday 26th April, 2020

Alison Bury, baroque violin
John Dornenburg, bass viol
Malcolm Proud, harpsichord

Bury, Dornenburg and Proud playing

Three distinguished baroque specialists, who first played together in the 1980’s, present a programme of music by Bach, Marais and Leclair.

SOLD OUT