Royal Greenwich International Early Music Festival and Exhibition

2014 ROYAL GREENWICH INTERNATIONAL EARLY MUSIC FESTIVAL DATES:

Thursday 13th - Saturday 15th November



Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich, London SE10 9NN
Thursday 13th - Saturday 15th November 2014


Royal Greenwich International Early Music Festival and Exhibition 2014
Thursday 13th - Saturday 15th November 2014

We are delighted to announce the dates for this year's Greenwich International Early Music Festival and Exhibition. The festival will run from 13th to 15th November at Old Royal Naval College, again as a Thursday - Saturday event.  Jointly promoted by The Early Music Shop, the Greenwich Foundation and Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance this three day event is an essential fixture on the early music calendar, attended by an ever increasing number of exhibitors and visitors each year.

EXHIBITION - The world's largest early music exhibition with around 100 exhibitors from across the globe

CONCERTS - I Fagiolini directed by Robert Hollingworth • Brecon Baroque directed by Rachel Podger
Fretwork • Emma Murphy with Ibi Aziz • Philomel • Anne-Suse Enßle (Moeck/SRP Solo Recorder Competition Winners Recital) • Trinity Laban Soloists and Baroque Orchestra

Further artists to be confirmed.

MASTERCLASSES • WORKSHOPS • MAKERS DEMONSTRATION RECITALS


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Advance Ticket Sales

Available from June 1st. All enquiries to The Early Music Shop 01274 288100 or email sales@earlymusicshop.com Tickets are now available online, click here!

      
   

Thursday 13th November 10.30am - 6.00pm
Friday 14th November 10.00am - 6.00pm
Saturday 15th November 10.00am - 5.30pm

Admission to exhibition on the door (includes souvenir festival brochure):
Adults £8.00
2 day ticket £13.00
3 day ticket £17.00
Children under 14 free
Concessions: Senior Citizens, UB40 holders, Students. 

Trinity Laban staff and students free entry with Trinity Resource Card.

3 Day Advance Exhibition Ticket £10.00 available online, click here.

CONCERT ADMISSION AS PER PROGRAMME OF EVENTS


CONCERTS AND RECITALS

I Fagiolini directed by Robert Hollingworth
Brecon Baroque directed by Rachel Podger
Philomel
Emma Murphy with Ibi Aziz, Steven Devine & David Gould
Fretwork
Anne-Suse Enßle - Recorder
Trinity Laban Soloists & Baroque Orchestra directed by Adrian Butterfield
Pamela Thorby - Recorder Masterclass
Sir John Eliot Gardiner - Vocal Masterclass

 

TICKETS FOR CONCERTS AVAILABLE IN ADVANCE FROM THE EARLY MUSIC SHOP
TEL: 01274 288100 FOR FURTHER DETAILS. TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE HERE.

 


THE WORLD'S LARGEST EARLY MUSIC EXHIBITION!


The Greenwich Exhibition of Early Musical Instruments is the largest Early Music Exhibition of its kind! A wide cross-section of early instrument makers from around the globe, shops, music publishers, societies, recording companies and early music forums all gathered under one roof. This is the perfect opportunity to compare, contrast and hopefully buy the instrument you had always promised yourself! Exhibitors will be demonstrating, displaying and selling their products and providing advice on all aspects of these instruments from basic servicing, finishing and string replacement to decoration and troubleshooting.


 

An array of superb instruments will be on display and for sale including harpsichords, clavichords, spinets, organs, viols, baroque violins, mediaeval fiddles, lutes, harps, hurdy-gurdies, crumhorns, shawms, rebecs, pipes, sackbutts, trumpets, drums, tabors, and an incredible variety of recorders.


MAKERS' DEMONSTRATION RECITALS


In addition there will be makers' demonstration recitals throughout each day (on the hour) 
sponsored by the makers themselves.


DIRECTIONS TO OLD ROYAL NAVAL COLLEGE:



By River: Thames River Cruises from London Eye, Westminster, Tower and St Catherine's piers.
By Tube: The DLR (Docklands Light Railway) from 'Bank' or Tower Gateway to 'Cutty Sark for Maritime Greenwich' 
By Rail: from Charing Cross, Waterloo East, Cannon Street and London Bridge
By Car: from the M25 via the A2 or M11/A12 Blackwall Tunnel (car parking Park Row and Cutty Sark Gardens)
Visit: www.journeyplanner.org for up to date information
Disabled Access: Visitors requiring wheelchair access to the Painted Hall should call 01274 288100 in advance.

Directions to St Alfege Church:

St Alfege Church is highly visible in the centre of Royal Greenwich Village. From the Old Royal Naval College proceed through the West Gate and through, or round, the covered market.



OLD ROYAL NAVAL COLLEGE • GREENWICH • LONDON • SE10 9NN