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The Sixteen, Pierre Hantaï, The Hilliard Ensemble, Laurence Cummings, Rachel Podger, La Risonanza ... The 2014 Lufthansa Festival of Baroque Music presents superb artists and repertoire over eight momentous days.

All concerts are at St John's Smith Square, unless otherwise stated.

The King Shall Have Pleasure

7.30pm

 Friends drinks

 

The Sixteen
Harry Christophers conductor


 Buy a ticket for both concerts on 17 May and receive a voucher for a free glass of wine

St John's Smith Square

9.30am & 11.30am

Guided Walk and Tour

 

 

Dorothee Oberlinger recorder
Peter Kofler harpsichord

Tess Knighton

Rachel Podger violin
Arte dei Suonatori

Aureliusz Goliński
violin & director


 Buy a ticket for both concerts on 18 May and receive a voucher for a free glass of wine

Festival Tour

 

 

QuintEssential Sackbut and Cornett Ensemble
Daniel Auchincloss tenor
Richard Thomas cornett & director

Funerals for a Prince and a Queen

7.30pm

 Friends drinks

 

Vox Luminis
QuintEssential Sackbut and Cornett Ensemble

Lionel Meunier director


L'Avventura London
Mary Bevan
soprano
Anthony Gregory tenor
Žak Ozmo archlute & director


Key Relationship

7.30pm

 Friends drinks

 

Pierre Hantaï harpsichord
Aapo Häkkinen
harpshichord
Helsinki Baroque Orchestra


Eternal source of light divine

Westminster Abbey
7.00pm

 

Ruby Hughes soprano
Iestyn Davies counter-tenor
Matthew Brook bass
The Choir of Westminster Abbey
St James's Baroque
James O'Donnell conductor


 Buy a ticket for both concerts on 23 May and receive a voucher for a free glass of wine

María Hinojosa Montenegro soprano
Martin Oro counter-tenor
La Risonanza
Fabio Bonizzoni harpsichord & director

Morimur

Lufthansa Late
9.30pm

 

Kati Debretzeni violin

The Hilliard Ensemble
Monika Mauch soprano
David James
counter-tenor
Steven Harrold tenor
Gordon Jones baritone


 Buy a ticket for both concerts on 24 May and receive a voucher for a free glass of wine

St John's Smith Square

9.30am & 11.30am

Guided Walk and Tour

 

 

Like one inspired ...

St Peter's Eaton Square
4.00pm

 

Carole Cerasi harpsichord  & fortepiano

Handel Joshua

7.00pm

 Friends drinks

 

Anna Dennis* soprano
Renata Pokupić mezzo-sporano
Kenneth Tarver tenor
Tobias Berndt baritone
NDR Choir (Hamburg)
FestspielOrchester Göttingen
Laurence Cummings conductor

*Please note change of cast