The 2012 programme has joined the list of past concerts. The not yet fully formed thoughts for 2013 include: Scarlatti (still barely formed at all), Brühns - duets for soprano and bass and Bach - Lutheran Masses.
All concerts begin at 8pm. Wine and fruit juice after each concert.
Tickets £10, Season tickets £45, Children free,
will be sold through Bridgewood and Neitzert and on the door.
Begun on a shoestring in 1995, the Stoke Newington Early Music Festival has grown and flourished through the years. Generously supported by local businesses — but always independent of public funding — it is now an indispensable feature of the Stoke Newington summer, enjoyed by local residents and by lovers of early music from everywhere.
The setting is perfect — the beautiful Tudor church by Clissold Park.
The acoustic is perfect.
The size of venue is perfect — ideal for Renaissance and Baroque music.
The musicians are world-leaders.
The programmes are imaginative.
It is a perfectly formed, intimate festival of great charm and the highest standards.
And after every concert the wine flows and the musicians and audience mingle.
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