Cambridge-based Choral Group — Ensemble Pro Victoria
present: Christmas Through the Ages
Bramhope Methodist Church, Sunday 9th December at 7.30pm
Bramhope Methodist Church are proud to welcome back Ensemble Pro Victoria after last year's sell-out concert.
Founded at Cambridge University for the performance of early music, they return by popular demand with a seasonal programme of Christmas music from 500 years ago to the present day.
EPV have enjoyed biannual concerts in the Cambridge University lunchtime concert series since their inception, with an extraordinary highlight being Monteverdi's Vespers of 1610 in King's College Chapel with Cambridge University Collegium Musicum, conducted by Adam Hickox.
Recent concerts include Spanish and English pre/post reformation polyphony in York and Trinity College Cambridge and in September this year a hugely successful recital in Bolton Priory.
If you missed their concert in Bramhope last December here is another chance to experience some truly sublime music.
Tickets £15.00 — Please send an SAE to 21 The Rowans, Leeds LS16 9DZ. Cheques made payable to Bramhope Methodist Church. Tel 0113 267 2906 for more details.
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