Over the three day festival, attendees will be able to meet over 100 instrument makers from around the globe, visit shops, music publishers, recording companies, early music societies and take in a diverse range of activities and events. It’s sure to be a fantastic spectacle for both curious newcomers and seasoned early music enthusiasts alike.
A wide array of early and historical Instruments will be on display and available for sale including recorders, flutes, crumhorns, shawms, racketts, lutes, viols, fiddles, sackbutts, trumpets, rebecs, harps, hurdy-gurdies, drums, harpsichords, and a superb collection of sheet music, CDs and books. The festival will also feature concert performance by The Sixteen, The European Union Baroque Orchestra, His Majestys Sagbutts and Cornetts.
Click here to view the festival’s pdf flyer for full details on the performances and exhibitions taking place over the three-day event.
The Early Music Shop are one of the festival’s organisers, and are offering 3 day, advance purchase exhibition tickets for £10 before November 1. Concert tickets are also now on sale from both Early Music Shops.
For more information, or to book your tickets by phone, call the Early Music Shop’s outlets in Leeds on 01274 288100 or London on 0207 632 3960.
The annual Royal Greenwich International Early Music Festival and Exhibition is organised by the Early Music Ship, Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, and the Greenwich Foundation.
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