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12/05/2017 17:04
We're just finalizing Cambridge Renaissance Ensemble's next three or four concert dates, having brought on board a couple of extra players. Venues are Ely Cathedral, Waltham Abbey and Christ's College, and the programmes will include a survey of the In Nomine, music by Biber and Schmelzer, and some...
08/05/2017 12:23
Now that the Spanish programme is done (Soler, Blanco, Boccherini), we have an extra one at Wolfson in two weeks to look forward too (see francis-knights.webnode.com/future-concerts/), then an Italian Concertos programme at Jesus and the Telemann Anniversary at Sidney Sussex...
30/04/2017 12:34
The website for the Louis Marchand 350th Anniversary is now up at marchard-2018.webnode.com/
29/04/2017 12:46
We're very pleased to announce that Adrian Lenthall (clavichord) will be joining us for the all-keyboard Telemann anniversary day on 25 June telemann2017.webnode.com/
29/03/2017 12:14
A special LED lighting system has now arrived, so I can experiment with video recording; one project may be a complete version of the 48.
22/03/2017 11:15
We still have vacancies for one or two more consort players - see francis-knights.webnode.com/cambridge-renaissance-ensemble/
22/03/2017 11:12
The website for September's keyboard event is up and running at nema-conference-2017.webnode.com/, and for 2018 NEMA is planning a conference on Renaissance singing, with a Christopher Hogwood memorial conference in 2019.
17/03/2017 12:11
The FMM project website formal-methods-in-musicology.webnode.com/ has now been updated with better images, and we've drafted two more research Abstracts (Bach's early keyboard music, and changing styles in Haydn's string quartets) to go online shortly.
16/03/2017 12:13
The first Bach installment, coming in April, is twelve of the Preludes & Fugues from Book 2, on clavichord (which means these are the ones in 'easy' keys, rather than C# major etc...). The second concert, hopefully later this year, will be from Book 1, followed by the remainder of the works,...
16/03/2017 10:43
We now have a basic website up for the 'Couperin' project (which is rapidly expanding into Taverner, Bach, Haydn and all sorts of other interesting areas of stylistic analysis) at formal-methods-in-musicology.webnode.com/
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