We are thrilled to announce we are presenting the FIRST EVER Liverpool Early Music Festival, set for 20-27 September 2019. About time, right?
The Festival will take place at three venues across Liverpool (Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral, Nordic Church and Cultural Centre, Ullet Road Unitarian Church) with a focus on combining different music genres with theatre.
If you like folk, jazz, classical, world music or theatre, this is the festival for you.
The line up includes renowned choir The Sixteen who will bring their acclaimed Choral Pilgrimage to Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral (20 September) in which Renaissance polyphony rubs shoulders with new music by James Macmillan and Eric Whitacre.
We're presenting three events (21-22 Sept) including Into the Melting Pot (22 Sept) in which earthy Spanish medieval and Jewish Sephardic music is combined with a fully staged play.
The Festival will also introduce vibrant young recorder quartet Palisander who will take us on a Renaissance journey Into the New World (24 Sept) and up and coming early music group Lux Musicae London whose Secrets of Andalusia show (27 Sept) is an exciting coming together of flamenco, Arabic and early music.
Find out more here: https://www.thetelling.co.uk/lemf