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Angell's Musick in Mortall's dresse

English music from the 17th Century by John Wilson (1595 – 1674) and his contemporaries

Lewis Spring, Catherine Chapman, Chris Murphy, Chalemie and Friends
Angell's Musick in Mortall's dresse

Supported by a grant from Continuo Foundation

Supported by Continuo Foundation

Wilson was one of the most famous and prominent musicians and singers of the Stuart age; a man who was well known and well liked in the theatre, court, university, and the chapel royal. A prolific composer of over 300 songs, some of them from famous staged productions by Shakespeare and Fletcher that resulted from his long service to the King’s Men Company, for which he started his London career as a boy singer at the Blackfriars Theatre.

All to be preceded by a selection of music for sackbuts, cornetts and curtals by the Chalemie Renaissance Wind Band.

  • 📅Sun 2 June 2024
  • 📍Church of St Andrew's, Thornhill Square
  • 🕑5:30pm
  • 🎫Suggested donation £10
  • 2 other performances

Church of St Andrew's, Thornhill Square
Thornhill Square, London, N1 1BQ, United Kingdom

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