Early Wind Music Performance

. . . with a great noyse of mistralsye, trumpets, cornets and shawmes, and great plenty of waxe torches lighted" - masque for Richard II

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Posted by Bill Jamieson on March 16, 2010 at 1:11 PM

We are excited about our new website. It has some pictures of the crew, some samples of our music and member/guest sections.

 

Feel free to join as a member. We would love to have you as part of our modest online community, whether you are a friend, afficionado or critic (!) We'll make sure you hear the "buzz" about our upcoming concerts and events. We would be very happy to promote your events on our website as well - particularly if it is early-music related.

 

Or just sign on as a guest to tell us what's on your mind.

 

Our next concert

 

We are putting together a concert for the evening of Wednesday, April 21, venue to be announced.

 

We have always thought we'd like to tour Europe, so we're going on a whirlwind tour - without leaving Vancouver Island. We'll take you around Renaissance Europe with stops in England, the Low Countries, France, Spain, Italy and Germany. An opportunity to hear the different - and similar styles of music being played on wind instruments in 16th Century Europe.

 

 

Join up as a member and we will let you know the particulars as soon as they are available.

 

Or, as they say . . .  Watch this space!

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