SUNDAY 27 JUNE, 2021
The Medieval Hall, Cathedral Close, Salisbury SP1 2EY
REBECCA PROSSER – recorders
JEAN PATERSON – baroque violin
URSULA LEVEAUX – baroque bassoon
SHARON GOULD – harpsichord
TARQUINIO MERULA Ballo detto Pollicio / Canzona La Loda / Canzona La Ghisa
KENDAL REEL AND CUMBRIAN HORNPIPES (arranged by Sharon Gould)
ISABELLA LEONARDA: Sonata op 16 no 10 in F major
A WANDER THROUGH WELSH WALTZES: Llwyn Onn / Glwysen / Dafydd y Garreg Wen
(arranged by Sharon Gould)
ISABELLA LEONARDA: Sonata op 16 no 9 in C major
ANTONIO VIVALDI: Concerto in F major
CONCERT TIME(S) to be confirmed. Numbers may need to be limited if Covid restrictions remain in place.
The concert programme will last about 1 hour.
Special price of £10 for adults.
Children under 16 free but they require tickets which must be booked in advance.
Contact details for buying tickets: firstname.lastname@example.org
When ordering, please state your preferred performance: afternoon / evening / don’t mind.
Your name will then be added to the Priority List and you will be contacted nearer the date to finalise times and payment.
No tickets will be available at the door, only by prior booking.
Please give us (The Medieval Hall) prior warning including contact details (if possible, at least 24 hours)
together with any specific instructions/requirements.
Please note that it is impossible to manoeuvre wheelchairs into the loos.
Safety measures will be drafted nearer the day when it is known what the rules will be.
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