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2017

The following events took place:

Saturday 4 February 2017
The secrets of our hearts 
Sacred and secular music from Restoration England
A workshop led by Kate Semmens and Stephen Devine
St Andrew's Church Hall, Paddock Wood
Download booking form and further details (pdf)


Saturday 18 March 2017
Motets and madrigals by Peerson and his contemporaries
Workshop for voices and viols tutored by Alison Kinder
Clapham near Worthing
Download booking form and further details (pdf)


Saturday 29 April 2017
Song of Songs – settings by Palestrina and others
Workshop for singers directed by Deborah Roberts 
Bosham Village Hall
Organiser Pat Stewart
Download booking form and further details (pdf)

Saturday 6 May 2017
Renaissance flute workshop
Directed by Clare Beesley
Bexleyheath
Organiser David Shaw

Saturday 27 May 2017
Oranges and Clemens
A view of the Habsburg empire through the eyes of Clemens non Papa, Morales, Cotes, Guerrero, Charles V, and Phillip II
Workshop for singers directed by Will Dawes
Challock Memorial Hall, near Ashford, Kent
Organiser Richard Whitehouse
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Saturday 24 June 2017
'O sing unto the Lord a new song' 
Sacred music by Schein
Workshop for voices and instruments directed by Peter Syrus
Scaynes Hill Village Centre, near Haywards Heath
Organiser Janet Gascoine
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Saturday 23 September 2017
Missa Ego flos campi by Padilla and other Mexican music
Workshop for voices and instruments directed by Patrick Craig
Clapham and Patching Village Hall, near Worthing, West Sussex
Organiser Richard Whitehouse
Download booking form and further details
This workshop is now full and waiting lists are in place for all voices and instruments

Saturday 21 October 2017Playing for Tudor dance:  a workshop for instrumentalists 
Tutor Lizzie Gutteridge
Woolston Community Centre, Woolston
CANCELLED

Saturday 25 November 2017
Charpentier, Messe de minuit
Workshop for voices and instruments directed by Andrew Griffiths
Bexleyheath
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