Supported by generous help from the Turnovsky Endowment Trust

Moving performances of three Tudor composers by The Tudor Consort

By , 06/06/2015
The Tudor Consort returned to its origins with this concert at the Catholic Basilica (as we used to call it). Its focus was on 500 years ago, and two anniversaries. Robert Wylkynson died that year and John Sheppard was born – both approximatrions. Putting it in historic perspective, as Michael Stewart made short introductory remarks that set the scene, Henry VIII had just come to the throne, after his... read more

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