Early Baroque music from Rome and Paris for up to 3 sopranos with Musicke in the Ayre
Musicke in the Ayre bring their 2020 summer season in the Chapel to a contrasting close with their latest look at music for up to 3 sopranos, this time from 17th century Rome and Paris. Din Ghani will use his archlute and baroque guitar (both made by him) to accompany Bath-based team of sopranos (Maria Danishvar, Jane Hunt and Philippa Neaverson) in a happy hour of amazing arias, delightful duets and thrilling trios by composers such as Luigi Rossi, Girolamo Frescobaldi and Stefano Landi in Rome, and Michel Lambert in Paris.
Musicke in the Ayre’s previous forays into 3-soprano territory have proved highly popular, and this one certainly promises to do so again.
Doors open 6.00pm, concert from 6.30 – 7.30pm.
Tickets (£9) can be bought in advance here (or £10 on the door):
Musicke in the Ayre was formed by lutenist/luthier Din Ghani with a group of friends to explore and perform the lute song repertoire and other 16th/17th century music with a flexible line-up of voices, lutes and allied instruments.