Venus & Adonis Performance on Monday 8 July, 8.00 pm, Umberleigh Village Hall

Winkleigh Singers & South West Baroque Players

As well as the first ever English opera, Venus & Adonis by John Blow (in concert performance), we will have a first half starting with a birthday ode to King Charles II, Smile, smile again Happy Morn composed by Pelham Humfrey and  Henry Purcell’s incidental music to William Congreve’s comedy The Double Dealer. We will be joined by the superb South West Baroque Players playing correct to period instruments with John Marston at the harpsichord.
This is a feast of English Restoration music not to be missed!
Early Bird tickets at just £10.00 are still available until 15th June. Booking is strongly advised as space is limited in Umberleigh Village Hall. 
Tickets booked after 15th June and on the door will be full price at £15.00
We look forward to greeting you on Monday 8th July at Umberleigh Village Hall (next to Umberleigh Station). Doors open at 7:30pm for an 8:00pm-9:30pm performance.



SWBO Afternoon Tea Summer Concert, 13 July 2024, 4 pm

Tea with Telemann

All Saints’ Church,

68 Pembroke Road, Bristol BS8 3ED

The South West Baroque Orchestra is delighted to be giving its first concert in Bristol at All Saints’ Church, Clifton with a programme that consists of 2 Baroque String Classics (Albinoni Concerto in G and Handel Concerto Grosso Op 6 No 7) which will sandwich 2 beautiful and intriguing Concerti by Telemann: the Concerto for 2 Violins & Bassoon TWV 53:D4 (violins Katie McConochie & Martin White; Frances Eustace bassoon) and the Konzertsuite in D for Viola da Gamba and Orchestra, in which the Viola da Gamba is played by Jacqui Robertson-Wade.


Admission Free Retiring Collection with donation to Ukraine





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