The Telling in Retreat

Early music group The Telling’s singer Ariane Prüssner will guide participants through a beautiful medieval song. All welcome, no experience necessary. Link to join via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86828580343 (Meeting ID: 868 2858 0343) You don’t need a webcam and all participants … Read MoreRead More

Music Theory: Grade 6

Develop your understanding of musical language by learning to write four-part harmony, harmonise and write diatonic melodies, modulate, and analyse scores (harmony, melodic decoration, phrase structure, performance instructions, stylistic implications). … Read More

Handel London Operas 1

Study the cultural history, plots and structure of Handel’s Italian operas written for London audiences between 1720 and 1728. Learn about recitative, aria-types and discover the stories behind these great works. … Read More

Music Theory: Grade 4

Study more complex musical language including duplets, double-dotted rhythms, alto clef, double sharps/flats, the concept of enharmonic equivalence, and recognising and writing common triads. Learn the technical names for scale degrees, and standard ornaments and instruments.… Read More

Music Theory: Grade 7

Learn more complex elements of music: figured bass, melodic and harmonic decoration, writing for instrument or voice with given accompaniment, and score analysis of harmonic and phrase structure, style, performance and directions. … Read More

The Telling in Retreat

Join one of the singers of The Telling Ariane Prüssner as she guides participants through traditional Irish lullaby, Hush, the waves and Georgian lullaby, Naninai. Link to join via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87317700297 (Meeting ID: 873 1770 0297) You don’t need a … Read MoreRead More

The Septenary Foundation

The inaugural Septenary Foundation Historical Performance Research Seminars. These sessions aim to provide a platform for independent performer-researchers to present their work in return for a modest concert-type fee, and are supported by the Septenary Foundation and Music & Letters.… Read More

The Telling #HomeTour

The Telling singers Clare Norburn (soprano) and Ariane Prüssner (mezzo and medieval harp) present timeless songs of love and longing from the Sephardic tradition from the Jewish diaspora after their expulsion from Spain in 1492 to a small audience in … Read MoreRead More

The Telling #HomeTour

Join The Telling’s singer Ariane Prüssner as she guides participants through Sephardic song Morena me llaman so you can singalong during the Sephardic Song Concert screening at 8pm. Link to join via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85144187048 (Meeting ID: 851 4418 7048) You … Read MoreRead More

Variazioni Stravaganti

Violinist Maxim Del Mar presents a free concert of music by two of the greatest Austrian composers of the 17th Century, H.I.F. Biber and J.H Schmelzer, whose adoption and transformation of the new Italian style left us with some of … Read MoreRead More

The Telling in Retreat

One of The Telling’s singers Ariane Prüssner will guide participants through a beautiful Sephardic song to be confirmed. Practice video and lyrics coming soon. Check the website closer to the time. Link to join via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81262055111(Meeting ID: 812 6205 … Read MoreRead More

The Telling #HomeTour

Watch on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thetellingmusic/videos Watch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/thetellingmusic The premiere of a brand new story with music from harpist Joy Smith who is also a wonderful storyteller. The Tiller Girl is a beautifully re-imagined folk tale from medieval Italy. A … Read MoreRead More

The Telling in Retreat

Early music group The Telling’s singer Ariane Prüssner will guide participants through another song from the Llibre Vermell de Montserrat, Stella Splendens. All welcome, no experience necessary. Link to join via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84074312068(Meeting ID: 840 7431 2068) You don’t need … Read MoreRead More

Ensemble Hesperi

Mary-Jannet Leith – RecordersThomas Allery – Harpsichord This week it’s Part 2 of our exploration of Thomas Britton, 18th-century London’s extraordinary musical coal merchant! You don’t need to have a Facebook account to watch: just head to our Facebook Page … Read MoreRead More

Ensemble Hesperi

Mary-Jannet Leith – RecordersThomas Allery – Harpsichord, Organ You don’t need to have a Facebook account to watch: just head to our Facebook Page at 1pm, and, as soon as we start to stream, the video should pop up in … Read MoreRead More

On the Wings of a Dove

In this live session, David will look at two wonderful motets of longing — Vigilate by Elizabethan composer William Byrd, whose text speaks powerfully of watching and waiting at a time of great turbulence, and Sitivit anima mea by Portuguese composer Manuel Cardoso, which … Read MoreRead More

SingTheScore Extra

We are singing two relatively unknown English madrigals this week – both quite a handful: you’ll enjoy getting to know them! Wilbye – Cruel, behold my heavy ending(There’s a recording of The Consort of Musicke on Youtube) Tomkins – Oft … Read MoreRead More

Ensemble Hesperi

This week, we’re exploring the music of the French Loeillet family of composers, and there’s plenty of it to choose from! You don’t need to have a Facebook account to watch: just head to our Facebook Page at 1pm, and, … Read MoreRead More

“This is Your Life”

Patrick Craig is a countertenor, harpist, teacher, lecturer and conductor who is a longstanding member of both St Paul’s Cathedral Choir and The Cardinall’s Musick. For twenty years he also sang over a thousand concerts with the Tallis Scholars. He … Read MoreRead More

Ensemble Hesperi

So this week, we’re going to be playing “Galant” music – what’s this? Well, the term “galant”, unlike our modern terms “Baroque” and “Classical”, was actually used during from around 1720 to 1770 to describe a style of music that … Read MoreRead More

Mary Mohan

As promised, I shall be performing my next livestream lunchtime recital on my Baroque cello. I’ve found some wonderful unaccompanied works, including of course a good dose of JS Bach. To find the event please head to my main Facebook … Read MoreRead More

Ensemble Hesperi

This week, we’re returning “home” to Scottish Early Music, so get ready to tap your toes and be whisked away to the mountains and heather! You don’t need to have a Facebook account to watch: just head to our Facebook … Read MoreRead More

Bach Flute Sonatas

Explore the Bach Sonatas and gain confidence in practising, interpreting and performing them. The six Bach flute sonatas are a cornerstone of the repertoire, but they can be daunting. This class will provides hints and tips on style, ornamentation, articulation … Read MoreRead More

SingTheScore Extra

We will be singing John Wilbye’s ‘Oft have I vowed’ (missed last time) and George Marson’s ‘The nymphs and shepherds’ from The Triumphs of Oriana. There will be a mystery guest and, as always, lots of fun.… Read More

Ensemble Hesperi

This week, we’re exploring composers who were associated with hospitals and charities in the 18th century! You don’t need to have a Facebook account to watch: just head to our Facebook Page at 1pm, and, as soon as we start … Read MoreRead More

Gramophone Charity Gala

To support all the musicians whose work has dried up due to the Covid-19 crisis, and who are finding themselves in severe financial difficulty, Gramophone has organised an online gala featuring former Gramophone Classical Music Awards winners. Each artist will introduce and perform a … Read MoreRead More

Ensemble Hesperi

Tom and Mary-Jannet from Ensemble Hesperi will be live from their living room – performing for around half an hour, and chatting with you too! You don’t need to have a Facebook account to watch: just head to their Facebook … Read MoreRead More

Ensemble Hesperi

Tom and Mary-Jannet from Ensemble Hesperi will be live from their living room – performing for around half an hour, and chatting with you too! You don’t need to have a Facebook account to watch: just head to their Facebook … Read MoreRead More