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2011

The diary for 2011


The following SEMF events took place:

Saturday 22 January 2011

A Consort Day of Early Music for Voices and Instruments
The Old Grammar School, Lewes (Junior Department)
Organised by Michael Land, Ursula Fuller and David Shaw,
Contact: David Shaw, 61 Broad Oak Road Canterbury, Kent CT2 7PN
email David Shaw

Saturday 19 February 2011

Victoria – Jewel of the Spanish Golden Age
Renaissance Choral Day at Challock
Directed by David Allinson
Organised by Richard Whitehouse
31 Woodlands Avenue, Redhill, Surrey RH1 6EX
Tel: 01737 765725
e-mail Richard Whitehouse

Saturday 9 April 2011

Medieval and Renaissance Workshop
Directed by Michael Sargeant

Rider Hall Community Centre, St. Andrews Church, Burgess Hill
Organised by Stephen Penny, 2 Ruspers, Burgess Hill, RH15 0EB
Tel: 07788 857154. Email Steve Penny
Followed by SEMF's AGM.

Saturday 7 May 2011

Lassus at the Munich Court
Choral and instrumental workshop
Directed by Philip Thorby
Organised by Pat Stewart
Bosham Village Hall
Music composed by Lassus himself (including the wonderful 10-part Easter Hymn Aurora Lucis Rutillat) alongside polychoral works by Andrea Gabrieli (including Gloria a 16) and Ludwig Daser. Exact repertoire will depend on the balance of voices and instruments.
Further details :  Email Pat Stewart.

Saturday 2 July 2011

Workshop on the music of Thomas Ravenscroft
Directed by Graham O'Reilly, director of the Ensemble William Byrd.
Clapham & Patching Village Hall (near Worthing)
Both singers & players will be welcome.
Organised by Richard Bethell (email).

Saturday 8 October 2011

Consort Day in Dorking
for singers and instrumentalists
St Martin's Junior School,
Organised by Stephen Penny, 2 Ruspers, Burgess Hill, RH15 0EB
Tel: 07788 857154. Email Steve Penny
Non-members welcome

Saturday 19 November 2011

The Music of Ludwig Sennfl (c.1490–1543)
A workshop for voices and instruments
Directed by Kathleen Berg (author of The 'Swiss Orpheus' – Ludwig Sennfl)
The Refectory at Easebourne Priory, near Midhurst, West Sussex
Organised by Mary Knight (email)

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